The Hi! (Human Interaction) Lab is researching the connection between humans and computers in the broadest possible sense. From augmenting the human body using computers to developing new ways computers can help and guide people -- we are interested in it.

Research Interests

  • Human-Computer Collaboration / Integration
  • Computer Vision, Image and Video Analysis
  • Augmented Human Senses / Computer-Human Senses
  • Assistive Augmentation / Assisted Creativity
  • Art + Culture + Tech
  • Augmented Tools
  • DIY Digital Fabrication, Rapid Prototyping
  • Augmented Narratives / Storytelling
  • Augmented Manufacturing
  • Responsive Computer Graphics

See our running projects

Schedule Office Hours Appointment

Office hours: Thursdays 1-4pm, Room 145.

Use the Google Calendar scheduler to reserve a 30-minute spot. If you need more than 30 minutes - make multiple consecutive reservations.


Roy Shilkrot
Principal Investigator
Assistant Professor
Sagnik Das
PhD Student
Shahira Abousamra
PhD Student
Ali Selman Aydin
PhD Student
Fan Wang
PhD Student

Call for Articles

Consider sending your best work to an MDPI special issue on Assistive Augmentation: crossing Assistive Technology and Human Augmentation.

Information: MDPI MTI