This Thursday students of the Bachelor MCS and the Master HCI will present the results of projects and thesis during a public exhibition.
The junior research group investigates and develops methodical and technological approaches in order to merge, structure and annotate photograps and additional information related to their place and time.The new Games Engineering Bachelor program is officially initiated.Studierende der Universität Würzburg haben eine App für Menschen mit Sehbehinderung entwickelt.In Kooperation mit dem Berufsförderungswerk Würzburg ist die Lupen- und Fernglas-App Yris entstanden.Anyone interested is cordially invited to visit the exhibition from 10.00 am to 16.00 pm.
At the beginning of june 2016 the BMBF-founded project Inter Mem officially started.
This interdisciplinary project is carried out by the chair of Psychological Ergonomics and the chair of Human-Computer Interaction, amongst others.
In total, the University of Würzburg is supported with 442.000€. Latoschik is invited to talk about 'Intelligent, Interactive, Multimodal - Techniques for Future Human-Computer Interfaces' at the international conference on Control, Engineering & Information Technology (CEIT) in Tlemcen, Algeria.
He will introduce recent work of Würzburg's HCI group including results in avatar research, interpersonal synchronization, illusion of virtual body ownership, simulator technology, latency, and computer games. The contribution 'A Simplified Inverse Kinematic Approach for Embodied VR Applications' by Daniel Roth, Jean-Luc Lugrin, Julia Büser, Gary Bente, Arnulph Fuhrmann, and Marc Erich Latoschik was awarded as best poster at the IEEE Virtual Reality conference 2016.
The Bayrischer Rundfunk visited the Media Informatics group at the chair of computer science 9.
We will present new results of our work (two papers and several posters) at the world premier ACM conference on Virtual Reality Systems and Technology 2016 which will this year take place in Munich, Germany. Latoschik gave an invited talk at the Deutsches Museum in Munich.