Kun-Pyo Lee, Tek-Jin Nam
"Please design the icons of our microwave." This was the first HCI-related project brief that one of us (Lee) received from a company 20 years ago. Recently the brief has changed to "Please suggest new application scenarios for the new deformable transparent display technology to enhance user experience." These changes in the research focus hint at how the state of HCI has developed in Korea over the past two decades. During this time, the motivation of Korean HCI research has been driven by the rapid growth of Korea's industries and its information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure. In 2013…
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