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Tag Archives: blended interaction

Talk at BBK on January 13, 2015

Roman Rädle is giving a talk on January 13, 2015 at the Berliner Bibliothekswissenschaftliches Kolloquium. The talk is entitled “Blended Library: Von der Vision zur Wirklichkeit. Eine Bibliothek mit Zukunft!?” (German) and starts at 6.00 PM. The colloquium is hosted by the Institut für Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Please join us [...]

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 [...]

Contributions to ITS ’14 in Dresden

We contribute a full paper, a demo, and two doctoral symposium papers to ITS ’14 this year. The ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, taking place from November 16 to 19 in Dresden, Germany (its2014.org). Roman Rädle, Hans-Christian Jetter, Nicolai Marquardt, Harald Reiterer, Yvonne Rogers. 2014. HuddleLamp: Spatially-Aware Mobile Displays for Ad-hoc Around-the-Table [...]

Multiple articles of members of our research group featured in i-com

The german journal i-com – Zeitschrift für interaktive und kooperative Medien features multiple articles of current and former members of our research group in its current issue. The articles are written in german and can be found here: Editorial – Themenschwerpunkt Interaktive Oberflächen in Forschung und PraxisDaniel Klinkhammer, Harald Reiterer and Raimund Dachselt   Die [...]

Article about Blended Interaction featured in at – Automatisierungstechnik

The german journal at – Automatisierungstechnik features an article of members of our research group about Blended Interaction in its current issue. at – Automatisierungstechnik publishes articles covering the entire range of automation technology. The journal maintains close ties to research institutes and universities engaged in automation research. It serves the industry as an important [...]

Invited Talk at the 12th BSZ-Kolloquium

We are invited to give a talk at the 12th BSZ-Kolloquium at the Stuttgart Media University (HdM). The talk is scheduled for September 27th, 2011. Roman Rädle will present the vision of Blended Interaction with help of Blended Library as use case. Further, the progress of the project Blended Library as well as our “Living [...]

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 [...]

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. [...]