Hey whassup ;)
I'm an Engineer and a Researcher. I’ve been working on engineering projects and Human Computer Interaction research, which involve Robotic, Sensor, Wearable and Fabrication. As an engineer, I solve all kinds of problems. As a researcher, I'm exploring application-driven and visionary ideas. Not constrained by disciplinaries. XD
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April 2017 - Present
Advised by Yoshihiro Kawahara
May 2016 - October 2016 (5 months)
Potsdam, Berlin, Germany
Advised by Patrick Baudisch
RubFinger is a novel wearble device that can recognize rubbing and tapping gestures of thumb and index finger from the wrist position. It collects the audio data generated by rubbing and tapping fingers, which transferred from fingers to wrist through bone, and classifies them on the fly. This work was REJECTED by CHI2015View Project
This is a novel music interaction device composed of 4 pushing-up magnetic levitation devices and each of them stands for Drum, Bass, Guitar and Vocal tracks respectively. It plays a music composed of these four tracks and the user can interact with each of them to switch the tracks.View Project
The drone here is a commercial drone bought by the lab of my university. We hacked this drone to control it by hand gesture instead of a remoter and built a mixed reality game based on it.
The smart car can run on a marked track automatically. It uses linear CCD sensor to recognize the track and PID algorithm to control the servo and motor speed.
We made this plug-in device to enable all the “smart” functions for the old-style fixed telephone, such as blocking the black phone call, setting tasks on specified time, pulling contacts information from the cloud and etc.View Project
This device helps on the pain points in the astronomy observation by using a virtual star map, which is projected on the semi-transparent board in the front, that can move and zoom automatically when the users moving their head. The start at the center of the virtual star map can overlap with the same actual star in the sky automatically.View Project