DCRC - Digital Contents Research Center

Welcome! DCRC at the Konkuk University consists of three Labs which are HCI(Human Computer Interaction), VR(Virtual Reality) and CCS(Collaborative Computing System). Its focused research areas cover interactive geometric modeling, visualization, computer animation, human computer interaction, wearable computing, augmented reality, believable interaction in VR and collaborative computing. In collaboration with research labs in University of Geneva, NTU(Nanyang Technological University), Stanford University, Purdue University as well as other collaborators across the nation, we conduct a broad range of interdisciplinary research.


1. "Spherical Layout with Proximity-based Multimodal Feedback for Eyes-free Target Acquisition in Virtual Reality" is accepted in HCI International 2019, Orlando, USA, 26-31 July, 2019

2. "Display Resolution and Human Factors for Presence and Motion Sickness in HMD Experiences" is accepted in SID international symposium 2019, San Jose, USA, May 12-17, 2019.

3. One article entitled "Amphitheater Layout with Egocentric Distance-based Item Sizing and Landmarks for Browsing in Virtual Reality" was accepted in the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (SCI/IF: 1.259), July 06, 2018. 

4. One article entitled "Effects of Continuous Auditory Feedback on Drawing Trajectory-based Finger Gestures" was accepted in the IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems (SCI/IF: 2.563), June 09, 2018. 

5. One full paper entitled "Sensory and Perceptual Consistency for Believable Response in Action Feedback Loop" was accepted in Computer Graphics International (CGI) 2018, Bintan, Indonesia, June. 11-14, 2018. 

6. One article entitled "Procedural Restoration of Texture and Restructuring Geometry from Facade Image" was accepted in IEEE Access, (SCIE/IF: 3.244). 

7. One regular paper entitled "Artificial Landmarks to Facilitate Spatial Learning and Recalling for Curved Visual Wall Layout in Virtual Reality" was accepted in IEEE BigComp 2018, Shanghai, China, Jan. 15-18, 2018. 

8. One regular paper entitled "Analysis of Video Image Based Element for Motion Sickness" was accepted in Electronic Imaging 2018, Burlingame, CA, USA, Jan. 28-Feb. 01, 2018. 

9. Virtual Reality Laboratory Ph.D. student Won Jun, Sung received the Best Paper Award at 2019 KCC(Korea Computer Congress) Society