Monkey Business - |
Monkey business is my Master's thesis project. I created a network of
animatronic monkeys who act as audio-enabled agents. Through movement and sound, the
monkey agents keep members of a distributed group of people informed about each other's
current state and level of availability in an informal and light-hearted manner.
is a large version of the poster. You can also find a more detailed Monkey Business webpage
My first project at the Media Lab is called EMotoPhone, which enables users to send their
emotions over a cell phone, using animated emoticons. The recipient of an animated emoticon can
decide whether to accept a phone call from the sender, depending on the sender's current mood.
you can see the poster I made for the sponsor week demos in October, 2004.
GalvaPhone - |
GalvaPhone is the expansion of EMotoPhone, which in addition to sending a self-selected
emotion over a cell phone, also sends a user's electrodermal activity (also known as the galvanic skin
This measure is determined by a galvactivator
- a glove that measures skin conductivity. More detailed information about the GalvaPhone project
can be found here.
Translation Assistant -
For Henry Lieberman's class on Common Sense Reasoning, my officemate,
and I built a topic spotting common sense Translation Assistant that
can translate in real-time from English to Korean. We wrote a
paper about our research,
which was accepted to the CHI 2005 conference in Portland,
Oregon. Here you can see the
poster we exhibited
at the conference.