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  • Lie, Stefan; Liu, Dikai; Bongers, Bert (Australian Robotics and Automation Association (ARAA), 2012)
    Due to the diverse range of applications that robots cover today, Human Robot Interaction interface design has become an equally diverse area. This diverse area is characterised by the different types of end users that ...
  • Lie, Stefan (Co-published by Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design and the Melbourne Museum, 2006)
    Freestyle: new Australian design for living brings together the work and stories of 40 outstanding Australian designers from the fields of furniture, lighting, textiles, homewares, fashion, jewellery and accessories. This ...
  • Walden, Roderick; Lie, Stefan (Access UTS, UniQuest Pty Ltd (JCU), 2009)
    Roderick Walden and Stefan Lie were approached by UniQuest: James Cook University to develop a design, based on an invention by a team headed by Dr. Glen Deakin of the Institute of Sport and Exercise Science at JCU. The ...
  • Walden, Roderick; Lie, Stefan (UTS DAB LAB Research Gallery, 2010)
    This exhibition presents the prototype for a new type of cooling vest designed to significantly reduce heat stress and recovery times for emergency workers in hot intensive working conditions. A team of scientists from ...
  • Walden, Roderick; Lie, Stefan (-, 2008)
    Both MTB Multi-tool design and Office Desktop accessories were undertaken as part of a collaborative research design project by Roderick Walden and Stefan Lie, industrial designers, working on two different self-initiated ...
  • Lie, Stefan; Walden, Roderick (UniQuest Pty Ltd (UTS), 2008)
    The project developed a series of ecologically sustainable desktop accessories with a unique design for carrying andaccommodating office stationery. The trays are made by compression moulding leather. Through this project ...
  • Lie, Stefan (Object: Australian center for craft and design, 2004)
    Three creative works exibited in exhibition at the Sydney Opera House as part of Sydney Festival 2004. Accompanied by catalogue published by Object: Australian center for craft and design. Also featured in Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Lie, Stefan (Art Guide Australia (published by Print Ideas Publisher), 2006)
    The Safety Catch project invited a group of Australian designers to respond to the issue of safety and security. Their reaction was delivered through the medium of product design, the collection of responses formed the ...