UVR Lab. was formed in Feb. 2001 at GIST to study and develop “Virtual Reality in Smart computing environments” that process multimodal input, perceive user’s intention and emotion, and respond to user’s request through Augmented Reality. Since 2012, UVR Lab moved to KAIST GSCT and restarted with a theme of “FUN in Ubiquitous VR.”
작성일 : 17-05-22
[ARRC] 제9회 KAIST 증강현실연구센터(ARRC) 콜로키움
 글쓴이 : UVR
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KAIST KI-ITC 증강현실연구센터(ARRC)에서 제9회 증강현실연구센터 콜로키움을 다음과 같이 개최하였습니다. 

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■ 주제: Remote Collaboration System with Empathic Interface


■ 연사이영호 | Mokpo National University

(Visiting Researcher, Empathic Computing Lab, University of South Australia)


■ 일시: 2017년 5월 17일 (오후 3


■ 장소: KAIST KI 빌딩 교수회의실(3층 D304)


■ 주관: KAIST KI-ITC 증강현실연구센터(ARRC)


■ 후원대한전자공학회 컴퓨터소사이어티 증강휴먼연구회


■ 요약 :

Nowadays VR/AR HMDs are beginning to be integrated with eye-tracking technology.

In this talk, I introduce a remote collaboration system using Empathy interface and

a gaze depth estimation for remote collaboration.

Using the system, a local worker can share a view of their workspace with a remote expert,

as well as their gaze, facial expressions, and physiological signals.

The remote expert can send visual cues via a see-through head mounted display to help them

perform better on a real world task.

Our gaze depth estimation used a binocular gaze tracker with two eye cameras,

and the gaze vector was input to an MLP neural network for training and estimation






■ 주제Human Perceptions and Social Influence in HumanSurrogate Interactions


■ 연사김강수 | University of Central Florida

(Synthetic Reality Lab, Institute for Simulation and Training)


■ 일시: 2017년 5월 17일 (오후 3


■ 장소: KAIST KI 빌딩 교수회의실(3층 D304)


■ 주관: KAIST KI-ITC 증강현실연구센터(ARRC)


■ 후원대한전자공학회 컴퓨터소사이어티 증강휴먼연구회


■ 요약 :

Technological human surrogates, including robotic humans and virtual humans (e.g., avatars and agents),

continue to be used in a variety of applications including training, education, and entertainment.

This talk focuses on how differently human users perceive or

behave with the technological human surrogates with respect to different characteristics of the surrogates.

Mr. Kim introduces the recent research works from the Synthetic Reality Lab,

Institute for Simulation and Training (IST) in the University of Central Florida (UCF).

He emphasizes the potential of human surrogate systems and

the importance of human perception studies in physicalvirtual shared spaces.

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■ 현장사진

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