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Author Archives: Hans-Christian Jetter

HCI group organizes Workshop DCIS 2012 at AVI 2012 (May 2012)

We are happy to announce that our group will organize a workshop on “Designing Collaborative Interactive Spaces for e-Creativity, e-Science and e-Learning” at this year’s AVI conference in Capri, Italy in May 2012. Please have a look at the workshop website to learn about the details and see the call for paper. Selected workshop submissions [...]

Facet-Streams: Tangible tabletop search receives Honorable Mention at CHI 2011

We are proud and honored to announce that our Facet-Streams system has received an “Honorable Mention” award at ACM CHI 2011. About Facet-Streams: Facet-Streams is a prototype application for the Microsoft Surface tabletop computer. The application enables a group of users (e.g. a family) to simultaneously search hotels in the hotel data of HolidayCheck and [...]

ACM CHI 2011: Konstanz group very successful. “Honorable Mention” award at the premier conference of human-computer interaction.

Update 23.03.2011: We have just received exciting news from CHI 2011. Our “Facet-Streams” paper has been selected as one of the top 5% of papers and notes at CHI 2011 and has received an “honorable mention” award. Let me use this opportunity to thank our collaborators and all involved students again for their part in [...]

ZOIL Framework released as Open Source

We are happy to announce that our ZOIL software framework has finally made its way to as an open source project under the BSD license. It is therefore also available for commercial purposes. Anyone with whom we shared a previous version of our ZOIL framework is advised to have a look at the improved [...]