• 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. 

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Summer Term 2022

For this summer term, we plan to run all lectures on campus.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Johannes Zagermann.

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Preliminary discussion of Bachelor/Master Projects - Monday, 11.04.2022 at 10:00
⇢ ZT702, all files via Ilias

This semester's preliminary discussion of current offerings for Bachelor or Master projects will take place during the HCI Student Jour Fixe on Monday, 11.04.2022 at…

Paper at CHI'22 and Article in the IEEE TVCG Journal

We are happy to announce that we will present our ReLive paper at this year's CHI'22 in New Orleans:

ReLive: Bridging In-Situ and Ex-Situ Visual Analytics for Analyzing Mixed Reality User Studies

Sebastian Hubenschmid*¹; Jonathan Wieland*¹; Daniel Immanuel Fink*¹; Andrea Batch²; Johannes Zagermann¹; Niklas Elmqvist²; Harald Reiterer¹

¹University of Konstanz; ²University of Maryland
*First three authors contributed equally

The nascent field of mixed reality is seeing an ever-increasing need…

Landeslehrpreis für Lehrkonzept „Mediale Ausstellungsgestaltung“

„Sie überzeugen mit ihren innovativen und kreativen Ansätzen in der Lehre und stehen stellvertretend für die vielen Lehrenden, die unsere Studierenden täglich begeistern und mit in neue Wissenswelten nehmen.“ – Wissenschaftsministerin Theresia Bauer, Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg (MWK).

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