Today’s mobile devices surpass desktop PCs in terms of portability and pervasivity. However, the way we use and what we understood these miniaturization devices are no superior to WIMP of old times. My research is to dig out new interaction vocabularies by developing novel mobile devices. My tools include hardware prototyping, and computer vision. Recently, my thoughts are around nail-mounted devices, short depth sensors, and digital fabrication.
2015.05 -- Joining KMD, Keio University, as an
2013.09 -- Joining Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center, as an Assistant Researcher.
2012.09 -- Joining CITI, Academia Sinica, as a PostDoc researcher in Taiwan.
2011.09 -- Entering Compulsory Military Service in Taiwan.
2010.10 -- Working with Patrick Baudisch as a PostDoc researcher, in Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany.
Paper reviewer for CHI 2013.
Program committee member for MobileHCI 2011.
Paper reviewer for CHI 2011.
Paper reviewer for IJCAI 2011.
Liwei Chan (詹力韋) recieved his PhD. in 2010 and Master degree in 2004 from Image and Vision Lab & iAgent Lab at Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia, National Taiwan University, and his bachelor degree from Fu Jen Catholic University in 2002.
Cyclops: Wearable and Single-Piece Full-Body Gesture Input Devices
In Proceedings of CHI 2015, 10 pages. [ paper ] [ video ]
WonderLens: Optical Lenses and Mirrors for Tangible Interactions on Printed Paper
In Proceedings of CHI 2015, 4 pages. [ paper ] [ video ]
GaussStones: shielded magnetic tangibles for multi-token interactions on portable displays
In Proceedings of UIST 2014, 10 pages. [ paper ] [ video ]