As a Design Engineer at Tellart, Kuan-Ju is engaged in research and development to create new ubiquitous interfaces. His focus is on creation of intuitive human computer interactions and discovering the affordances of tangible objects. With his prototyping specialities in physical computing and digital fabrication, Kuan-Ju is involved with many of Tellart’s client and internal prototyping projects.
Kuan-Ju has a BS in Electronic Engineering from National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, and received his graduate degree, M.A. in Tangible Interaction Design, from the Carnegie Mellon University Computational Design Lab. Much of his research time at CMU was concentrated on providing playful learning experiences for young children; in his time there, he created a user-friendly robotic construction kit, and explored dance related interactions.