• Welcome to the Human-Computer Interaction Group

    Our goal is to conceive, develop and evaluate novel concepts for human-computer interaction that dissolve the user interface as a barrier between real and virtual, and instead allow the user to seamlessly transition between different realities. We call this extended form of interaction “Embodied Cross-Reality Interaction” and the supporting user interfaces “Transitional Interfaces.” Such interfaces support crossing between different realities: from being in the physical world and using our existing cognitive and bodily skills, to gradually moving into a virtual reality with more advanced or “magical” skills, and back again. 

Current news

Paper at ISS'22

We are happy to announce that we presented our Re-locations paper at this year's Interactive Surfaces and Spaces Conference (ISS 2022) in Wellington:

Re-locations: Augmenting Personal and Shared Workspaces to Support Remote Collaboration in Incongruent Spaces

Daniel Immanuel Fink¹, Johannes Zagermann¹, Harald Reiterer¹, Hans-Christian Jetter²
¹ University of Konstanz ² University of Lübeck

The presentation video of the talk is available here.

Augmented reality (AR) can create the illusion of…

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Award ceremony "Landeslehrpreis" 2021 for teaching concept "Mediale Ausstellungsgestaltung"

On Thursday 27.10.2022 the "Landeslehrpreis" 2021 (State Teaching Award) of the Ministry of Science, Research, and Arts Baden-Württemberg was awarded at the Liederhalle Stuttgart. The winners of the "Landeslehrpreis" 2021 (State Teaching Award) and the "Landesforschungspreis" 2022 (State Research Award) were honored in a joint event.

We are happy that Prof. Dr. Harald Reiterer together with Prof. Dr. Stefan Hauser (University of Konstanz), Prof. Eberhard Schlag (HTWG Konstanz) and Prof. Florian…

Paper at ISMAR 2022

We are happy to announce the recently accepted conference paper that we will present at this year's IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR 22) in Singapore:

Arrow, Bézier Curve, or Halos? – Comparing 3D Out-of-View Object Visualization Techniques for Handheld Augmented Reality

Jonathan Wieland, Rudolf C. Hegemann Garcia, Harald Reiterer, Tiare Feuchtner

Session "Visualization"
Date: Thursday, 20th October
Time: 15:30-17:00 GMT+8

Handheld augmented reality (AR)…

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