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Oakley, Ian (OakleyIan)

Department
School of Design and Human Engineering(디자인 및 인간공학부)
Research Interests
Interaction Design, Tangible Computing, Social Computing, Multi-modal Interfaces
Lab
Interactions Lab
Website
http://interactions.unist.ac.kr/
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2020-04Visual Guidance for a Spatial Discrepancy Problem of in Encountered-Type Haptic DisplayLee, Chang-Gyu; Dunn, Gregory Lynn; Oakley, Ian, et alARTICLE325 Visual Guidance for a Spatial Discrepancy Problem of in Encountered-Type Haptic Display
2019-11Altruistic and selfish communication on social media: the moderating effects of tie strength and interpersonal trustSpiliotopoulos, Tasos; Oakley, IanARTICLE107 Altruistic and selfish communication on social media: the moderating effects of tie strength and interpersonal trust
2018-12Fingers and Angles: Exploring the Comfort of Touch Input on Smartwatches.Gil, Hyunjae; Kim, Hongmin; Oakley, IanARTICLE247 Fingers and Angles: Exploring the Comfort of Touch Input on Smartwatches.
2018-08A Wearable Wrist Band-Type System for Multimodal Biometrics Integrated with Multispectral Skin Photomatrix and Electrocardiogram SensorsKim, Hanvit; Kim, Haena; Chun, Se Young, et alARTICLE556 A Wearable Wrist Band-Type System for Multimodal Biometrics Integrated with Multispectral Skin Photomatrix and Electrocardiogram Sensors
2016-10Wearable authentication: Trends and opportunitiesBianchi, Andrea; Oakley, IanARTICLE410 Wearable authentication: Trends and opportunities
2016-08Impact of Visual-Haptic Spatial Discrepancy on Targeting PerformanceLee, Chang-Gyu; Oakley, Ian; Kim, Eun-Soo, et alARTICLE662 Impact of Visual-Haptic Spatial Discrepancy on Targeting Performance
2016-06PassBYOP: Bring Your Own Picture for Securing Graphical PasswordsBianchi, Andrea; Oakley, Ian; Kim, HyoungshickARTICLE647 PassBYOP: Bring Your Own Picture for Securing Graphical Passwords
2015-12Design and evaluation of a head-mounted display for immersive 3D teleoperation of field robotsMartins, Henrique; Oakley, Ian; Ventura, RodrigoARTICLE1006 Design and evaluation of a head-mounted display for immersive 3D teleoperation of field robots
2015-07Show Me or Tell Me: Designing Avatars for FeedbackScott, Michelle; Pereira, Lucas; Oakley, IanARTICLE875 Show Me or Tell Me: Designing Avatars for Feedback
2014-08Keeping Secrets from Friends: Design Guidelines for Multiplexed Graphical PasswordsOakley, Ian; Bianchi, AndreaARTICLE523 Keeping Secrets from Friends: Design Guidelines for Multiplexed Graphical Passwords
2012-12Auditory display design for exploration in mobile audio-augmented realityVazquez-Alvarez, Yolanda; Oakley, Ian; Brewster, Stephen A.ARTICLE675 Auditory display design for exploration in mobile audio-augmented reality
2012-09Counting clicks and beeps: Exploring numerosity based haptic and audio PIN entryBianchi, Andrea; Oakley, Ian; Kwon, Dong SooARTICLE795 Counting clicks and beeps: Exploring numerosity based haptic and audio PIN entry
2012-04Open Sesame: Design Guidelines for Invisible PasswordsBianchi, Andrea; Oakley, Ian; Kwon, Dong-SooARTICLE619 Open Sesame: Design Guidelines for Invisible Passwords
2010-07A Tactile Glove Design and Authoring System for Immersive MultimediaKim, Yeongmi; Cha, Jongeun; Ryu, Jeha, et alARTICLE740 A Tactile Glove Design and Authoring System for Immersive Multimedia
2009-07A Framework for Haptic BroadcastingCha, Jongeun; Ho, Yo-Sung; Kim, Yeongmi, et alARTICLE736 A Framework for Haptic Broadcasting
2009-06Motion marking menus: An eyes-free approach to motion input for handheld devicesOakley, Ian; Park, JunseokARTICLE715 Motion marking menus: An eyes-free approach to motion input for handheld devices
2008-08Human perception of pneumatic tactile cuesKim, Yeongmi; Oakley, Ian; Ryu, JehaARTICLE700 Human perception of pneumatic tactile cues
2008-05Did you feel something? Distracter tasks and the recognition of vibrotactile cuesOakley, Ian; Park, JunseokARTICLE766 Did you feel something? Distracter tasks and the recognition of vibrotactile cues

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