Shan-Yuan Teng
鄧善元

Taipei, Taiwan

Shan-Yuan is a Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher who explores future interactions by inventing novel hardware. He believes that seamless integration of haptic sensation and digital information will bring us total harmony between humans and technologies. He has been experimenting with wearable airbags, robotic arms on tablets, and electrical muscle stimulation.

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.

He is also interested in graphic design and new media art. He has created artworks and co-curated a tech art exhibition for university art festivals.

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tanyuan [at] cmlab.csie.ntu.edu.tw