Zhuying Li

PhD Candidate in Human-computer Interaction


I’m Zhuying Li, a PhD candidate at Exertion Games Lab, RMIT University, Australia. I am interested in the intersection of technology, human and play. Currently, I am passionate about how augmented-human technology could change people's daily experiences in the context of play. My PhD research is about designing playful experiences with ingestible sensors.

Before starting my PhD, I earned a Bachelar of Engineering in Information Engineering (Honor) at Southeast University, China. Then I worked in Netease as a game designer, involving in the system design and plot design of a Multi-player Online RPG Game.


  • 2016-Present

    School of Design, RMIT University, Australia

    PhD Candidate. Expected to complete in June 2020.

  • 2013-2015

    Lei Huo Game Department, Netease, China

    Game Designer for the online game Ghost.

  • 2009-2013

    Southeast University, China

    B.Eng. Information Engineering (Honor), minored in Accounting


Guts Game

Guts Game is a digital mobile gmae that uses ingestible sensors to highlight emerging opportunities to design novel bodily experiences

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HeatCraft is a playful system that enables players to experience their body temperature measured by an ingestible sensor via a localised sensation of heat.

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zhuying@exertiongameslab.org ResearchGate Google Scholar
  • Exertion Games Lab,
  • Building 5, Level 2,
  • RMIT University,
  • Melbourne, Australia