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Yu-Hsiang Chen

Yu-Hsiang Chen
UI/UX designer and Creative Technologist, UC Berkeley

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Sean (Yu-Hsiang) Chen is a UI/UX designer and creative technologist. He recently acquired a Master’s degree in School of Information, UC Berkeley, where he focused in UI/UX design, Human-Computer Interaction, and product design. After graduation, he worked as a part-time HCI research assistant under Professor Bjoern Hartmann. Prior to joining Berkeley, he worked in IBM Taiwan as a software engineer for 3 years and focused on mobile technology.

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Location: C260
Yu-Hsiang Chen (UC Berkeley), Ben Zhang (UC Berkeley), Claire Tuna (UC Berkeley)
We describe a novel way to select and control smart appliances in physical spaces through a head-worn computing device. Users can express their interest of interaction by looking in a general direction to an appliance. The device communicates with the targeted appliance and displays relevant contexts for users in the near-eye display. It is intuitive since “what you see is what you get”. Read more.