The Social Emotional Technology Laboratory (SET Lab) is an interdisciplinary team with researchers from Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Psychology, and Digital Arts and New Media. The mission of the lab is to design, implement and study human computer interaction technologies that enhance physical, social, and emotional experiences.
Katherine Isbister recognized as a distinguished scientist by ACM Katherine Isbister is among the 45 scientists, educators, and engineers that the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) has recognized this year as distinguished members for their contributions to the field of computing. “The contributions of our Distinguished Members lead to breakthroughs that improve our lives, advance the… Continue Reading Katherine Isbister recognized as a distinguished scientist by ACM
Check out Elena’s article of Bodystorming for movement-based interaction design Published in the journal of Human Technologies and accessible here.
Katherine Isbister invited to the PARC Forum talk series: On December the 15th, Katherine was an invited speaker at PARC Forum. She presented research games created in her lab that explore how to enhance social connection through technological augmentation during a talk titled: “Connecting through Play: Tech to Augment In-Person Interaction.” More information about this event… Continue Reading Katherine Isbister invited to the PARC Forum talk series
Raquel presented her work in progress at CHI Play’16 This past October, Raquel attended CHI Play 2016 where she presented a work in progress called “All the Feels: Introducing Biometric Data to Online Gameplay Streams” which can be found in the ACM library here. Her research focuses on seeing how exposing gameplay streamers’ emotions can enhance the spectator… Continue Reading Raquel presented her work in progress at CHI Play’16