is an interdisciplinary research group based in Cognitive and Learning Sciences and Computer Science at Michigan Tech. Under the direction of Prof. Myounghoon "Philart" Jeon, research of the tri-M Lab focuses on auditory displays, affective computing, assistive technologies, and automotive user interface design. The primary research goal of the lab is directed toward understanding of the mechanisms of human mind (both affective and cognitive aspects) and designing better interactions between people and technology. The tri-M Lab uses various instruments, such as computer vision technologies (vicon trackers, kinect), display wall (24 multi-visions), sound booth (whisper room) and digital audio workstation (protools, cubase), driving simulators (NADS miniSim, OpenDS, LCT), physiological devices (ECG, EMG, Respiration belt), neuroergonomic equipment (fNIRS, EEG), robots (i-Robot, Romo), and many more toys. The current research projects in the lab include Interactive Sonification in the Immersive Virtual Environment, Emotion Detection and Regulation Interfaces for Drivers, Auditory Display Design for Electronic Devices, Assistive Technologies for the Blind and Older Adults, Social Robot for Children with Autism, Brain-Computer Interfaces, and Grade Crossing Warning Designs.