Han-Jong Kim

Ph.D Candidate, ID KAIST
Co.design:Inter.action Design Research Lab.
Designer + Developer
jong2jong2 at kaist.ac.kr
I am design researcher interested in development of design prototyping tools with general understanding of both design and human-computer interaction. My Ph.D research applied research-through-design and research product approach with building and evaluating new prototyping tools, and specific support area is future smart environment design.


Fabrication machine for liquid injection in jelly


Gelatin art, or jelly art is a traditional edible artwork to build 3-dimensional objects into gelatin. We demonstrated a 3D printing machine to apply this handcrafted gelatin art as digital fabrication technique. The fabrication machine, named Jelly’in, enable to print 3D object through injecting colored liquid into transparent jelly. The basic technique for printing is to drive a syringe needle forward and backward, and extrude liquid in the syringe for the injection in jelly.

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Digital Design Fabrication, ID KAIST