The Augmented Human Lab focuses on exploring ways of creating assistive augmentations, enabling users to carry out a task or even turn them users into a “super-humans” with capabilities well beyond the ordinary regardless of where they stand in the continuum of sensorial ability and disability. Our current research encompasses the design and development of new sensory-substitution systems, user interfaces and interactions to enhance sensorial and cognitive capabilities. We apply our research work in diverse application domains, including Assistive technology, Independent living for the ageing population. Learning beyond classroom. These application domains particularly pertain to the Lab's vision of enhancing how we live, work & play and humanising the technology.