Karon MacLean

Professor
location_on ICCS X641

Department

About

With a background in mechatronics, robotics, physiology, and sensory psychophysics, Karon MacLean’s current research interests are in restoring physicality to computer interaction, taking it away from the desktop and embedding it into the world at the best point of use, using haptic (touch) force feedback as part of a multimodal HCI design toolbox, and applying design techniques to real problems and contexts to better understand its ideal users and deployment.

Karon currently teaches CPSC 344: Introduction to Human Computer Interaction Methods with the BMS program.


Karon MacLean

Professor
location_on ICCS X641

With a background in mechatronics, robotics, physiology, and sensory psychophysics, Karon MacLean’s current research interests are in restoring physicality to computer interaction, taking it away from the desktop and embedding it into the world at the best point of use, using haptic (touch) force feedback as part of a multimodal HCI design toolbox, and applying design techniques to real problems and contexts to better understand its ideal users and deployment.

Karon currently teaches CPSC 344: Introduction to Human Computer Interaction Methods with the BMS program.

Karon MacLean

Professor
location_on ICCS X641

With a background in mechatronics, robotics, physiology, and sensory psychophysics, Karon MacLean’s current research interests are in restoring physicality to computer interaction, taking it away from the desktop and embedding it into the world at the best point of use, using haptic (touch) force feedback as part of a multimodal HCI design toolbox, and applying design techniques to real problems and contexts to better understand its ideal users and deployment.

Karon currently teaches CPSC 344: Introduction to Human Computer Interaction Methods with the BMS program.