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Academics

Seminar: New Trends in HCI - Role of Visions in HCI

Lecturer

Harald Reiterer

Assistent

Daniel Klinkhammer

Email

daniel.klinkhammer@uni-konstanz.de

BSCW

Link

Location

PZ 901

Timeframe

Di / Tu: 17:00 - 18:30

Description

There are many visions that touch on the future of human-computer interaction (hci). Some idealised views end up discredited with advances in knowledge, while others now appear remarkably prescient. Visions allow us to consider what our preferred future for computing and interaction might be. Even before computing was conceived, visionary thinkers in art, science, the popular press and science fiction presented visions of a world underpinned by computing. [Quigley et al.]
In this seminar we would like to take a look on popular visions in hci (e.g. the vision of ubiquitous computing). Each student will be assigned to one specific vision and will present it in detail. Furthermore we will discuss the influences of the vision on the hci community and whether is has become or will become reality or not.

Learning Objectives
During this seminar, participants will analyze different visions in order to create a more holistic view.

Prerequisites
Participants must have successfully completed the courses "Mensch-Computer-Interaktion" or "Computergrafik und Interaktive Systeme".

Audience

Bachelor/Master

ECTS

4

Activityconfirmation

  • 45 min seminar presentation in the course. It includes 15 min discussion.
  • The participation in the 1st meeting is mandatory. All topics will be introduced and the schedule will be announced.
  • 10 pages term paper in ACM format (roughly 16 pages standard format)

Literature

Vision Wiki: http://visionsofcomputing.wiki.cs.st-andrews.ac.uk/index.php/Main_Page
Quigley, A.; Dix, A.; Mackay, W.; Ishii, H.; Steimle, J.: Visions and visioning in CHI: CHI 2013 special interest group meeting; CHI EA '13; ACM