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HCI Group at World Usability Day (WUD) in Stuttgart

At the 7. World Usability Day (WUD) in Stuttgart the HCI Group is represented by Michael Zöllner and Stephan Huber with their NAVI project. The two will carry along their prototypes and visitors are invited to try it out by theirselves. The event will take place at the 10th of November at Treffpunkt Rotebühlplatz in [...]

Best Poster Award at INTERACT 2011

Our poster entitled NAVI – A Proof-of-Concept of a Mobile Navigational Aid for Visually Impaired Based on the Microsoft Kinect won the Best Poster Award at the INTERACT 2011 conference in Lisbon, Portugal. It was selected by the jury as the best of the 54 posters that were presented at the conference.

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. [...]