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Master’s Student at CNU Presented Paper at a Conference Hosted by the American Computer Society

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A master’s student at CNU will present a paper introducing a new virtual reality navigation methodology at an international academic conference based on research conducted during his fourth year of undergraduate studies.

Master’s student Kang Se-yi (Department of Artificial Intelligence Convergence, advisors: Professors Kim Seung-won, Yang Hyung-jeong, and Kim Soo-hyung) of CNU’s Empathy Computing Research Team created “ray connecting the user’s eyebrows and the viewpoint” using the user’s eye viewpoint information, and used the relative position values of the ray and the user’s hand to create a line connecting the user’s eyebrows and the viewpoint. A research paper on technology that implements the virtual reality movement will be presented at the international academic conference of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) to be held in Hawaii, USA, in May.
 
CHI is the most prestigious international academic conference in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) hosted by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) of America and the paper of the CNU research team is scheduled to be published in ACM CHI, an international journal published by the American Computer Society.

The research team was recognized for implementing “Navigation,” the basic interaction technology of virtual reality, in a unique way and for being the first in the world to use the interaction data modality of eye and hand.

This study was conducted by Kang as the first author, Jeong Jae-jun as the second author, and Professor Lee Gun A. of the Empathic Computing Lab (ECL) at the University of South Australia, a renowned research institute in the field of virtual/augmented reality, as a co-author.