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Human-Machine Interface

The MNSBL researchers are developing human-machine interface (i.e., machine that can communicate with human). HMI aims to improve the interactions between human and machine by making the machine more usable and receptive to human' needs. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of HMI, researchers with different backgrounds are interested in developing new design methodologies, experimenting with new devices, prototyping new systems, and exploring new interaction paradigms.
 Current Projects
1. Artificial skin based on sprayable sensors for human-machine interface (HMI)