Sheng Kai TangAlumni

Sheng Kai Tang
Sheng Kai Tang (Tony) is currently the research assistant of Tangible Media Group at the MIT Media Lab. He is interested in discovering and developing artifacts with adaptive abilities.

He was a user experience design specialist in ASUS Design Center and an adjunct lecturer in National Chiao Tung University. He focused on the development of innovative user experiences from both design (artifact design) and science (human computer interaction) perspectives. Tony's design productions were demonstrated in CES, Computex, and CeBIT. Research findings were published in CHI, TEI, and HCI International. Interactive art installations were exhibited at Taiwan Designer's Week and the 2011 International Taipei Flora Expo.
Prior to joining the ASUS Design Center, Tony worked at the Computational Design Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, the Center for Design Informatics of Harvard, and the Graduate School of Architecture at National Chiao Tung University. He has a master's in computation design from Carnegie Mellon University, a master's in applied art from National Chiao Tung University, and a bachelor's degree in architecture from Fung Chia University.

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AnnoScape: Remote Collaborative Review Using Live Video Overlay in Shared 3D Virtual WorkspaceSUI 2014
synchroLight: Three-dimensional Pointing System for Remote Video CommunicationCHI 2013