People are Programmers

About this blog

This blog is owned by an Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher with focus on designing user interfaces and integrated environments for creativity support. Based in Tsukuba, Japan, he is a senior researcher at AIST, a national research organization, and the technical advisor at Arch Inc., an animation production company. He writes research papers and blog posts, develops and manages web services, and helps creators.

Jun Kato

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Latest 5 posts

On the relationship between HCI researchers and creators

The Summer 2023 issue of ACM XRDS (Crossroads), The ACM Magazine for Students, is dedicated to "Exploring the Horizon of Computation for Creativity." I contributed an article that discusses the importance of a slow-paced yet in-depth research process that blends technological innovation with a deep appreciation of the cultural contexts of the creative process.