About The Human Media Lab
The Human Media Lab (HML) at Queen's University is one of Canada's premier multidisciplinary media laboratories. With facilities designed by Karim Rashid, inventions from our lab include the ubiquitous eye input sensor, eye input for smartphones, Attentive User Interfaces (AUI), the first foldable paper computer, the first flexible smartphone, the first flexible Tablet PC, the first multitouch sphere, the first pseudo holographic 3D cylindrical telepresence display, and computer vision based metrics for digital signage. We are currently working on the design of Organic User Interfaces (OUI), computers in any shape or form (see www.organicui.org for a special report).
HML is directed by Dr. Roel Vertegaal, Professor of Human-Computer Interaction at Queen's University's School of Computing. Working with him is a number of graduate and undergraduate students with Computing, Design, Psychology and Engineering backgrounds.
Location: The Human Media Lab is located on the 3rd floor of Jackson Hall at Queen's University campus in Kingston, Ontario.
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Physical Mail: School of Computing, Goodwin Hall, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario K7L3N6
Phone: +1 613 533 6000 x75595