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Author Archives: Mathias Heilig

We will present at INTERACT 2011

  We are proud to announce that our group will take part at this year’s INTERACT 2011 conference in Lisbon/Portugal in September 2011. At  this conference, we will present one full paper, one short paper, and one interactive demo. In addition we will attend the international workshop on encouraging serendipity in interactive systems. The scope of [...]

NAVI presented at MIX11 in Las Vegas – UPDATE: with Video!

From our students Michael Zöllner and Stephan Huber the inventors of NAVI: Our NAVI project produced quite a lot of media response in the last weeks. It was really overwhelming. We’re currently at approx. 90.000 youtube hits and our webserver stats went sky high. Thanks to all who made this possible ! Apart from many [...]

NAVI – Navigational Aids for the Visually Impaired – A student project in the course Blended Interaction

In our course “Blended Interaction”, Master’s students Michael Zöllner and Stephan Huber have been working on a very different approach to use the Microsoft Kinect. Since we liked their project so much and their helmet-mounted Kinect is such an eye-catcher (check out the video! J), we asked them to write about it for our blog. [...]

Setting up the first “Living Lab” inside the library of the University of Konstanz

Today, we moved into an exposed room inside the library of the University of Konstanz (see pictures). In the next months we will set up a “Living Lab” in this public space to demonstrate and evaluate concepts of the library of the future. In a first step, a multi touch table has been arranged. Several [...]