Harpreet Sareen is a Masters student and Research Assistant in the Fluid Interfaces group. His work is situated at the intersection of display technologies, mixed reality and computer vision, in trying to explore the design of new physical artefacts and ecologies that can imbibe fluid properties of the virtual. Harpreet has previously worked at Microsoft Research, Ars Electronica, National University of Singapore. His work has been covered by MIT Tech Review, CNN, ScienceMag, Wall Street Journal and has been showcased at venues such as Ars Electronica Festival and MIT Museum. He was named as MIT Technology Review Under 35 Innovator in India 2013.

Sareen, Harpreet, et al. "Printflatables: Printing Human-Scale, Functional and Dynamic Inflatable Objects." Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, 2017.   [Link]

Gugenheimer, J., Stemasov, E., Sareen, H., & Rukzio, E. (2017, May). FaceDisplay: Enabling Multi-User Interaction for Mobile Virtual Reality. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 369-372). ACM.   [PDF]   [Link]

Leigh, S. W., Sareen, H., Kao, H. L. C., Liu, X., & Maes, P. (2017). Body-Borne Computers as Extensions of Self. Computers, 6(1), 12.   [PDF]   [Link]