Wednesday, 16:30-19:00

Room: Pjerrot

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Full list of presented demos.

  • Konstantin Klamka (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany), Raimund Dachselt (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
  • Demonstrating Elasticcon: Elastic Controllers for Casual Interaction
  • Lisa Kleinman (Intel Labs, USA), Tad Hirsch (University of Washington, USA), Matt Yurdana (Intel Labs, USA)
  • Exploring Mobile Devices as Personal Public Displays
  • Antonio Gomes (Queen's University, Canada), Tristan Trutna (Microsoft Corporation, USA), Roel Vertegaal (Queen's University, Canada)
  • DisplayCover: A Tablet Keyboard with an Embedded Thin-Film Touchscreen Display
  • Daniel Buschek (University of Munich, Germany), Alexander De Luca (Google, Switzerland), Florian Alt (University of Munich, Germany)
  • There is more to Typing than Speed: Expressive Mobile Touch Keyboards via Dynamic Font Personalisation
  • Ming Li (RWTH Aachen University, Germany), Leif Kobbelt (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
  • ACTUI: Using Commodity Mobile Devices to Build Active Tangible User Interfaces
  • Marios Constantinides (University College London, UK), John Dowell (University College London, UK), David Johnson (University College London, UK), Sylvain Malacria (INRIA, France)
  • Habito News: A research tool for exploring news app interactions
  • Jeni Paay (Aalborg University, Denmark), Jesper Kjeldskov (Aalborg University, Denmark), Mikael B. Skov (Aalborg University, Denmark), Umachanger Brinthaparan (Aalborg University, Denmark), Nirojan Srikandarajah (Aalborg University, Denmark), Dimitrios Raptis (Aalborg University, Denmark)
  • QuittyLink: A Mobile Application that helps people Quit Smoking
  • Huiping Sun (Peking University, China), Ke Wang (Peking University, China), Xu Li (Peking University, China), Nan Qin (Peking University, China), Zhong Chen (Peking University, China)
  • PassApp: My App is My Password!
  • Akira Iwaya (University of Tsukuba, Japan), Shin Takahashi (University of Tsukuba, Japan), Jiro Tanaka (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • An AR Interface to Enable Real-time Preview Design Variations in Actual Environment
  • John Paulin Hansen (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Florian Biermann (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Emilie Mollenbach (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Haakon Lund (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Javier San Agustin (The Eye Tribe, Denmark), Sebastian Sztuk (The Eye Tribe, Denmark)
  • A GazeWatch Prototype
  • Tom Owen (Swansea University, UK), Jennifer Pearson (Swansea University, UK), Harold Thimbleby (Swansea University, UK), George Buchanan (City University London, UK)
  • ConCap: Designing to empower individual reflection on chronic conditions using mobile apps
  • Christian Husodo Schulz (German Research Center for AI, Germany)
  • MultiRep: A Platform enabling Seamless Mobile Interaction
  • Sus Lundgren (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden), Olof Torgersson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden), Staffan Björk (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
  • Thrimage: An Empathy-Oriented Discussion Tool for Classroom Use
  • Jackson Feijo Filho (Nokia Technology Instituto, Brazil), Thiago Valle (Nokia Technology Instituto, Brazil), Wilson Prata (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • Automated Usability Tests for Mobile Devices through Live Emotions Logging
  • Jan Gugenheimer (Ulm University, Germany), Alexander De Luca (DFKI GmbH, Germany), Hayato Hess (Ulm University, Germany), Stefan Karg (Ulm University, Germany), Dennis Wolf (Ulm University, Germany), Enrico Rukzio (Ulm University, Germany)
  • ColorSnakes: Using Colored Decoys to Secure Authentication in Sensitive Contexts
  • Jörg Hoheisel (Tobii Pro, Germany), Anne Jansen (Tobii Pro, Sweden)
  • Wearable eye tracking and ethnographic field methods – an autonomous approach