Outreaches

Brain! The Realm of the Senses: A study of Sense-Think interaction

 

 



Background

People perform the functions of thinking and judgment by using the five senses to obtain information of the outside world.
In this project, we learn about overall uderstanding of the interaction of the senses and thinking and brain science by observing cortical activity for sensory stimulation.

Objectives

The purpose of this project is to creative problem solving skills of high school student through experience of science research methods and procedures. And students understand the neuro-physiological changes and learn how to take advantage of the brain.


Contents

  • Anatomy of the nervous system and Basic of physiology
  • study on brain science and engineering
  • Sensory stimulation experimental design
  • Analysis of brain activities in sensory stimulus

Outcomes

  • HCIK 2015 : ‘A study of five senses activities during sleep using SPSS analysis’, Y.J. Lee, S.M. Kim, M.J. Lee, S.Y. Lee, J.H. Lee, J.E. Han, S.H. Lee, and J. An.








This R&E program is the student-led hands-on project by the Posan High School in 2014.


Contact: Seung Hyun Lee, aksska82@dgist.ac.kr, +82-53-785-4661

 

 


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Bio-similar Hand Rehabilitation Robot

 

 




Background

Principle of Bio-similar is came from understanding fundamental behavior and mechanism of human, animal and plant. In robotics field, there are many studies about technology of biomimetic similar to human and animal behavior in shape and functional aspect. For example, Humanoid and lizard robot. Furthermore the technology which imitate animal’s intelligence and behavior is being spotlighted as a new biomimetic robot technology.

Objectives

We cultivate student’s problem solving ability by experiencing research procedure outside of the classroom as understanding the technology for hand rehabilitation and realizing it.


Contents

  • Understanding human anatomy and neuro-transmission system
  • Practice basic robot design technology
  • Gathering creative idea about Bio-similar Hand Rehabilitation Robot
  • Producing and experiment Bio-similar Hand Rehabilitation Robot

Outcomes

  • KRoC2015 : "Bio-similar Hand Rehabilitation Robot", S.S. Kim, J.H. Byeon, W.S. Jeong, T.Y. Jeong






This R&E program is the student-led hands-on project by the Daegu Science High School in 2014.

 


Contact: Sang-Hyeon Jin, jinjinsh@dgist.ac.kr, 785-4660

 

 

 


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EEG based Realtime Sleep-Check Device for Sleeping Disorder People

 

 


Background

As many people exposed harmful environment such as overly demanding job, academic pressure and complicated relationship, somnipathy is emerging as a major issue in our society lately. Especially, long-term somnipathy cause nerve disorder, regression of neuron, regression of neuron, transition of neurotransmitter and obstacle of brain electrolyte.

Objectives

We develop the real-time sleep-check interface device to sleep effectively by checking the hypnoidal in real-time to people who scare darkness.


Contents

  • Suggesting sleep-inducing procedure using brain wave
  • Producing sleep-inducing procedure using brain wave for treatment somnipathy

Outcomes

  • DGIF 2013
  • HCI 2014 : "A Study on the Development and application of EEG based real-time sleep-check interface device for sleep disorder therapy", G.H. Jang, T.Y. Jeong, J.G. Joo, J.H. Lee, S.H. Jin, S.H. Lee, J. An.


This R&E program was the student-led hands-on project by the Gyeongsan Science High School in 2013.

 


Contact: Sang-Hyeon Jin, jinjinsh@dgist.ac.kr, 785-4660


 


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Effect of Music on Distraction during Learning : fNIRS Study

 



Background

Listening music is one of the way to relive stress but not all of the music is.
Some music help to sleep and some music help to cultivate concentration.
In the case of classic music, some study revealed that it raise learning effect by stimulating brain nerves like 'Mozart effect'.

Objectives

We compared the brain activity by measuring blood change between the student do their homework while listening to music or not.


Contents

  • We measured oxyhemoglobin cerebral blood flow at the frontal lobe of subjects then transfer it to neuroimaging using fNIRS
  • Comparing the brain activity between the student do their given task while listening music and without listening music

Outcomes

  • DGIF 2013
  • HCI 2014 : ‘A study of effect of classical music on learning : A fNIRS pilot Study’, S.H. Lee, G.T. Kim, S.B. B, S.H. Jin, G.H. Jang, J.H. Lee, and J. An.
 This R&E program was the student-led hands-on project by the Gyeongsan Science High School in 2013.


 

Contact: Seung Hyun Lee, aksska82@dgist.ac.kr, +82-53-785-4661