usability, design, interaction design, information, web usability, user interface design, usability engineering,user testing, usability inspection, heuristic evaluation, webdesign, UI, GUI, HCI, user-centered design,human-computer interaction, mensch computer interaktion,universität konstanz, usability test, benutzerfreundlichkeit, mensch-maschine-interaktion, mensch-computer-interaktion, human-computer-interaction, usable, website usability, ergonomie, ergonomisch, psychologie, gestalt principles, scenario, information visualization,informationsvisualisierung, User Interface Evaluation, Usability testing, Human Factors, Erogonomic, Ergonomics, User Interfaces, User Interface, Interfaces, informations visualisierung, visual information seeking system, visual search interface, Mensch & Computer 2012Harald Reiterer

Human-Computer Interaction

Our goal is to develop a new concept to support the interaction between the human and the computer, a concept that accommodates the particular characteristics of human interaction and cognition (Embodied Cognition) as well as the latest technological developments for the comprehensive and universal availability of computer technology (Ubiquitous Computing). We call our new approach Blended Interaction. With this term we mean a novel blending of forms of reality-based interaction and communication with the technological opportunities offered by computer-aided interaction and communication. Achieving this blend depends on the right mix and on the proper design approach. To read more about this, see Research - Focus

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12/03/2014

Invited Talk on HuddleLamp at FH Worms
Roman Rädle was invited to give a 90-minutes talk about HuddleLamp. The talk was on December 2nd, 2014 at FH Worms (Prof. Dr. Werner König, Mobile Computing) and included a live demo of HuddleLamp’s hybrid sensing. Announcement FH Worms: Blog Entry Here are some impressions:

11/21/2014

Best Demo Award for HuddleLamp at ITS 2014
We are happy to announce that HuddleLamp won the BEST DEMO AWARD at ITS 2014. More information about HuddleLamp, its motivation, and the technology behind “the scenes” is described in the research paper HuddleLamp: Spatially-Aware Mobile Displays for Ad-hoc Around-the-Table Collaboration. In this picture you can see Harald Reiterer, Nicolai Marquardt, Hans-Christian Jetter and Roman Rädle [...]

11/11/2014

HuddleLamp featured on Gizmodo, Ubergizmo, and Hackaday
Our HuddleLamp project got featured on various tech blogs like Gizmodo, Ubergizmo, and Hackaday. More information about HuddleLamp, its motivation, and the technology behind “the scenes” is described in the research paper HuddleLamp: Spatially-Aware Mobile Displays for Ad-hoc Around-the-Table Collaboration or on huddlelamp.org. HuddleLamp in the media A Hacked Lamp Turns Multiple Mobile Devices Into a [...]

10/16/2014

Harald Reiterer is on Sabbatical
From October to March 2015 Harald Reiterer is on Sabbatical. He will be hosted by SACHI, the St Andrews HCI Research Group. This group is part of the School of Computing at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
 
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Contact

Address

Universitätsstrasse 10
Box D 73
78457 Konstanz

Phone

+49 (0) 7531 88 2442

Fax

+49 (0) 7531 88 4772

Email

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Room

PZ903

Office Hours

Mo - Thu, 10:00 - 12:00

Why study HCI?

Learn more about competencies and job opportunities of HCI experts in a mentor conversation with Prof. Dr. Reiterer.

Learn about the various job opportunities for usability experts on the website of the German chapter of the Usability Professionals Association.

Student's corner

In our academic area, students can get informed about our workgroup's lectures and themes for bachelor or master thesis in the field of HCI. Learn more about HCI...

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current topics for bachelor and master projects

A Day in the Lab



Our group and our labs were featured in ACM interactions magazine. Learn more about our activities, research philosophy and technical infrastructure in the PDF of the article.