This is an Ajax interactive portfolio gallery using
google Picasa data api. It is access to a public
albums of administrator’s Picasa account and
organize menu, thumbnails and views automatically
and comprise of thumbnails view and photo view. It is
and never use any images for design. Most of all,
there are dynamic motion effect and transition which
are interact with user’s action, and using History.js to
make proper HTML5 History feature without reload a
web page. It is compatible with most mayor browsers
such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox and IE 10 except old
IE because developed based on W3C standard.
Naturally, iPad and Android tablet are also good to
browse this portfolio gallery.
Private portfolio gallery websites using Google Picasa API
Ajax Portfolio Gallery site
Samsung Gumi Complex is the centre of the
manufacture of various electronic products and
mobile devices, such as the Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab
and digital cameras in Korea. There is a pavilion
called the ‘Smart Gallery’ which shows product
information and history of Samsung’s Gumi Complex.
It’s composed of several zones and I was in charge of
the ‘Welcome Zone’ in the entrance of the Smart
Gallery. There are two parts that welcome visitors.
One is an interactive wall that comprises a 6 by 3 LFD
TV and one camera. The camera detects people and
shows a pixilated shape image on an LFD TV. I
developed a server module and client content for LFD
TV. The Server module made use of UDP Socket
protocol. The detection camera module was made by
Sogang University in Seoul.
The other work is also an interactive wall that shows
a greeting message with a greeting video of staff in
Samsung’s Gumi complex on a 3 by 3 LFD screen. It
is composed of an admin application and client
content. The admin application made use of TCP/IP
Socket protocol and it could change a message,
queue, video and image ﬁles. All of these works used
>Video1, >Video2, >Video3, >Photos
Multi-Screen Interactive wall and Management Applications
for Smart Gallery, Samsung Gumi Complex, Korea
Interactive wall 1 (3X3 LFD TV, 3 client pc & 1 server)
Interactive wall 2 (6X3 LFD TV, 6 client pc & 1 server)
01. 2011, Gumi, Korea
This interactive work is made for Samsung Pavilion at
Guangzhou Asian Games, 2010. It consists of a
media table and an interactive wall. When visitors
draw a shape on the media table the shape moves to
an object on the interactive wall. The meaning of this
work is convergence that syncs among various
Samsung electronic products like TVs, appliances,
mobile phones etc.
I developed the interactive wall but the media table
was built by my colleague (Eeung Design). The
Interactive wall sync data and event was possible
using socket network (TCP/IP, UDP) with media table.
This project was made with Flash AS3 and Air.
Interactive wall Projection for Samsung Pavilion
Guangzhou Asian Game 2010
10. 2010, Ghangzhou, China
Samsung conducted a Smart TV promotion in
European countries, such as the UK, France,
Germany, Italy, Switzerland and Austria. Promotion
aimed to understand the strength of Samsung Smart
TVs and experience them. There was touch kiosk
that provided information and a usage guide about
several features of Samsung Smart TVs, such as
Internet, Apps Store and wireless sync. I developed
that kiosk content using Flash AS3.
My major role in the project was motion design and
development, and I also discussed project schedule
and design style with client as PL.
>Video, >Photos, >Samsung Blog(Korean)
Interactive Touch Kiosk Content
for Samsung Smart TV promotion tour in Europe
09. 2010, Europe
This project was developed for Leeum Museum in
Seoul. Leeum museum held an exhibition on
'Memories of Future' from Sep. 2010 to Feb. 2011.
This interactive wall's goal is to feel the vibe of the
exhibition by interacting with the audience.
TSANG Kin-Wah is one of the artists of the exhibition.
His text drawing work covered an outer wall of the
museum and this interactive wall project idea was
taken from his work. The ﬁrst idea was an interactive
text textile made by the audience, but ﬁnal design
was inspired from TSANG Kin-Wah's work.
Appraisal of this interactive work was great from both
the audience and the museum. Many of the museum
staff enjoyed this work with pleasure.
This project was made by Flash AS3
(LocalConnection and SharedObject) without
complex DB and Server technology.
>Video, >Photos, >Samsung Blog(Korean)
Interactive Textile Wall Projection
for exhibition in the Leeum museum ‘Memories of Future’
08. 2010, Seoul, Korea
‘LiveSquare’ is a brand of LG social UI theme for
featured mobile phones. My colleague, GUI designer,
had the primitive idea and TF team for the LiveSquare
project included me project. I was the leader of the
TF team and I also conducted the development.
When the user received or sent any call or message,
an avatar of people appeared on the homescreen so
user can see recent communication log. Avatar has
various features and cute graphics. L04-A and L06-
A, a Japanese model, were the ﬁrst model that
applied LiveSquare UI in LG. And it spread out in
models in Europe, America etc. Therefore LiveSquare
was being a representative social UI of LGE.
I led the whole process for ﬁrst model of LiveSquare
from concept building to development.
Flash Social UI ‘LiveSquare’
for LG feature phone
Flash mobile touch UI
2009, Seoul, Korea
LG Prada phone, the worlds ﬁrst touch mobile phone,
applied Flash touch UI technology. The Prada phone
has pressure-sensitive touch. I developed many parts
of UI such as idle, top/sub menu, widgets, mp3
player, calendar, dial pad, keypad etc. They were
made by Flash Lite and I was involved in the whole
process from prototype to optimization, as well as
During the develop of Flash mobile UI, I considered
not only the build up required features, but also
protocol between OS layer and Flash player.
Moreover, I had to ﬁne tune the touch control of ﬂash
UI alongside the performance of touch LCD.
I won a LG R&D Award and iF Communication Design
Award Digital Media Interface for the Prada project.
Flash Touch UI
for LG PRADA phone
Flash mobile touch UI
2006, Seoul, Korea
Samsung SCH-Z107 mobile phone project in 2005
launched a promotion website. One of the important
features of the Z-107 model is 3G video calls and the
client wanted to expand on that. I proposed a client
‘Sync Plane’ spatial concept of two interactive pop-up
windows. A story of a man and a woman was shown
in 2 pop-up windows and motion effects and
navigation were synced between them both. At the
same time, the two pop-ups were sync scaled and
positioned. The project was a big issue in Korea and
overseas and affected many other designers’ work.
My role was PL of the concept building, ﬂash motion
popup windows and I co-worked alongside a web
Samsung mobile phone SPH-Z107 promotion microsite Flash Website
2005, Seoul, Korea
The concept of STX Cyber Yard Tour is simple. It
allows visitors to see and experience a realistic guided
tour of STX yard. We decided make use of 3D
sequence images but the problem is the very big size
of resource images. Many big image ﬁles cause delay
of loading and initialization of the site. So I had to ﬁnd
the solution and ﬁnally I could make 3D tour without
any loading bar or loading page. There was in-motion
effect on the site during the loading of necessary
resources, step by step, in the background. It was
very clever way because everyone thought that a ﬂash
site needed a loading bar at that time.
My role was ﬂash development and I was co-working
with 3D animators. I won a FlashForward NY 2003,
STX Cyber Yard Tour website Flash Website
2003, Seoul, Korea
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