He is a human-computer interaction researcher focusing on novel interfaces. He likes to experiment new ways of physical interactions with the virtual world, such as using spatial sensors, robotic arms, electrical muscle stimulation and pneumatic actuation. He believes interfaces that integrate digital information with body movement and haptic sensation will bring us total harmony between humans and technology.
He received his M.S. from the Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia (2018), National Taiwan University, and B.S. in Electrical Engineering (2016), National Taiwan University. He currently works as a research assistant at NTU IoX Center.
tengshanyuan [at] ntu.edu.tw