Wearable and Interactive Technology Lab

School of Electrical Engineering, KAIST

The Wearable and Interactive Technology Lab in the School of Electrical Engineering at KAIST focuses on the design, development, and evaluation of wearable, physical, and tangible interactive computing systems. Bringing together design perspectives, computer science skills, and psychological methods, the WIT lab conceives, creates, and studies the next generation of human-computer interfaces. 

We are hiring! We are actively recruiting new MSc and PhD students. If you are interested in joining WIT Lab, contact Ian Oakley (ianoakley@kaist.ac.kr / ian.r.oakley@gmail.com). Please include your CV, transcript, and a brief cover letter

WIT lab moved to KAIST EE in fall 2023, after 10 productive years as the Interactions Lab at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology. See the videos below for some examples of the lab's work while at UNIST. 

SonarID: Sensing fingers around a smartwatch


FingerText: Typing on fingernails for AR


Gestures passwords for device lock