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Justin Moon (문공평) is an Industrial Design Ph.D. candidate at KAIST, advised by Prof. Andrea Bianchi. His research focuses on creating interactive, functional and information embedded objects through digital fabrication techniques, examining material properties and integrating computational interfaces.

His works have been published in top tier Human-Computer Interaction venues such as ACM CHI and UIST, and exhibited at Ars Electronica, Tate Britain and Barbican Centre. 

He earned his master's degree (with Distinction) in architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London (UCL) and bachelor's (with Honors) in architecture at Middle East Technical University (METU) in Turkey.

jkpmoon (at) kaist.ac.kr 

Digital fabrication
Interactive/Functional Materials - Additive Manufacturing - Computational Interface
VR Haptic Illusion
visuo-haptic illusion, user perception, dynamic terrain
Physical Computing
Hardware and software tools
Architecture
Interactive modular robots, multi-sensory environment, architectural design
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