Program

Date Schedule 201A 201F 201B 201C 201D 201E 203A
08:00 – 09:00
Registration + breakfast
10/1(Tue.)
09:00 – 10:15
DC TAICHI Workshop Workshop 1: Measuring Holistic User Experience: Keeping an Eye on What Matters Most to Users workshop 2: Scrappy User Research: How to Get Feedback in 24 Hours or Less  
10:15 – 10:30
Coffee break
10:30 – 12:00
DC TAICHI WorkshopWorkshop 1: Measuring Holistic User Experience: Keeping an Eye on What Matters Most to Users workshop 2: Scrappy User Research: How to Get Feedback in 24 Hours or Less  
12:00 – 13:00
Lunch box
13:30 – 15:00
DC TAICHI WorkshopWorkshop 1: Measuring Holistic User Experience: Keeping an Eye on What Matters Most to Users workshop 2: Scrappy User Research: How to Get Feedback in 24 Hours or Less  
15:00 – 15:15
Coffee break
15:15 – 16:45
DC TAICHI WorkshopWorkshop 1: Measuring Holistic User Experience: Keeping an Eye on What Matters Most to Users workshop 2: Scrappy User Research: How to Get Feedback in 24 Hours or Less  
10/2(Wed.) 08:00 – 09:00 Registration + Breakfast
09:00 – 10:15 Opening + Keynote
Prof Jun Rekimoto, University of Tokyo and Sony CSL
10:15 – 10:40
Industrial Exhibition Coffee Break
10:40 – 12:00
Technical Program 1: Touch and Selection
12:00 – 13:30
Lunch + Volunteering Session (4F VIP buffet)
13:30 – 15:00
Technical Program 2: Behavior
Student Competition
15:00 – 15:25
Coffee Break
15:25 – 16:40
Technical Program 3: Text Entry
16:45 – 18:00
Industrial Exhibition &
Poster/Demo Session
18:00-20:00 Poster/Demo + Reception
10/3(Thu.) 08:00 – 09:00 Registration + Breakfast
09:00 – 10:15 Industrial Exhibition &
Poster/Demo Session
Technical Program 4: Sensing
10:15 – 10:40
Coffee Break
10:40 – 12:00
Technical Program 5: Gestures
12:00 – 13:30
  Lunch Box on Shuttle Bus
13:30 – 17:30
Visiting Palace Museum
18:00-20:00 Banquet: Regent Hotels & Resorts
10/4(Fri.) 08:00 – 09:15 Registration + Breakfast
09:15 – 10:15 Industrial Exhibition Technical Program 6: Cross-device and Augmentation
10:15 – 10:40
Coffee Break
10:40 – 12:00
Technical Program 7: Output and Context
12:00 – 13:30
Lunch + Town Hall Meeting (4F VIP buffet)
13:30 – 14:45
Technical Programme 8: Social Interaction and Impact
14:45 – 15:10
Coffee Break
15:10 – 16:45
Closing Keynote:
Brooke White Verizon Media

Keynotes

Opening – Wednesday 0900 – Prof Jun Rekimoto

photo Jun Rekimoto received his Ph.D. in Information Science from Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1996. Since 1994 he has worked for Sony Computer Science Laboratories (Sony CSL). In 1999 he formed and directed the Interaction Laboratory within Sony CSL. Since 2007 he has been a professor in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies at The University of Tokyo. Since 2011 he also has been Deputy Director of Sony CSL. Rekimoto’s research interests include human-computer interaction, computer augmented environments, human augmentation, and human-AI-integration. He invented various innovative interactive systems and sensing technologies, including NaviCam (a hand-held AR system), Pick-and-Drop (a direct-manipulation technique for inter-appliance computing), CyberCode (the world’s first marker-based AR system), Augmented Surfaces, HoloWall, and SmartSkin (two earliest representations of multi-touch systems). He is a member of the ACM SIGCHI Academy, is very widely published and won numerous research and design awards for his research.

Closing – Friday 1515 – Brooke White

photo Brooke White is head of the UX Research and Consumer Insights teams at Verizon Media (Yahoo + AOL + HuffPost + tumblr + more!), leading talented teams of product researchers and market researchers on all of the consumer products and advertising platforms. Founded and led user research practices for three different companies: Yahoo/Verizon, Disney and Volition/THQ. Decades of leadership experience span research, marketing and production in mobile, desktop and console consumer electronic entertainment. At Disney Interactive, White was senior manager for Games User Research Mobile & Social Games group. She has been credited with “constantly advocating for the user and [being] very influential in bringing a culture of research and testing to Yahoo”.

Technical Program 1: Touch and Selection

Wednesday, October 2nd, 10:40 – 12:00, Room 201B, 201C

  • Touch Pointing Performance for Uncertain Touchable Sizes of 1D Targets – Hiroki Usuba , Shota Yamanaka , Homei Miyashita
  • Investigating Unintended Inputs for One-Handed Touch Interaction Beyond the Touchscreen – Huy Viet Le , Sven Mayer , Benedict Steuerlein , Niels Henze
  • The Influence of Hand Size on Touch Accuracy – Joachim Larsen , Tórur Jacobsen , Sebastian Boring , Joanna Bergström , Henning Pohl
  • Interacting with Autostereograms – William Delamare , Junhyeok Kim , daichi harada , Pourang Irani , Xiangshi Ren
  • An Evaluation of Discrete and Continuous Mid-Air Loop and Marking Menu Selection in Optical See-Through HMDs – Zhi Han Lim , Per Ola Kristensson

Technical Program 2: Behavior

Wednesday, October 2nd, 13:30 – 15:00, Room 201B, 201C

  • “I Think It’s Her”: Investigating Smartphone Users??Speculation about Phone Notifications and Its Influence on Attendance – Yung-Ju Chang , Yi-Ju Chung , YI-Hao Shih
  • Tiger: Wearable Glasses for the 20-20-20 Rule to Alleviate Computer Vision Syndrome – Chulhong Min , Euihyeok Lee , Souneil Park , Seungwoo Kang
  • Help! I’m Stuck, and there’s no F1 Key on My Tablet! – Sho Conte , Cosmin Munteanu
  • Mapping Perceptions of Humanness in Speech-Based Intelligent Personal Assistant Interaction – Philip Doyle , Justin Edwards , Odile Dumbleton , Leigh Clark , Benjamin R. Cowan
  • Rethinking Technologies for Behavior Change: A View from the Inside of Human Change – Amon Rapp , Maurizio Tirassa , Lia Tirabeni
  • Integrating HCI Perspective into a Mobile Software Development Team: Strategies and lessons from the field – Ticianne de Gois Ribeiro Darin , Rute Castro , Nayana Carneiro , Rodrigo Almeida , Rossana Andrade

Technical Program 3: Text Entry

Wednesday, October 2nd, 15:25 – 16:40, Room 201B, 201C 

  • The Limits of Expert Text Entry Speed on Mobile Keyboards with Autocorrect – Nikola Banovic , Ticha Sethapakdi , Yasasvi Hari , Anind K Dey , Jennifer Mankoff
  • Efficient Speech-Recognition Error-Correction Interface for Japanese Text Entry on Smartwatches – Ryotaro Toba , Tsuneo Kato , Seiichi Yamamoto
  • How do People Type on Mobile Devices? Observations from a Study with 37,000 Volunteers – Kseniia Palin , Anna Maria Feit , Sunjun Kim , Per Ola Kristensson , Antti Oulasvirta
  • Gesture-Based Auto-completion of Handwritten Text – Pragya Paramita Sahu , Soumyajit Mitra , Vikrant Singh , Viswanatth Veera , Shankar M Venkatesan
  • A Shortcut for Caret Positioning on Touch-Screen Phones – Jianwei Lai , Navid Rajabi , Elahe Javadi

Technical Program 4: Sensing

Thursday, October 3rd, 09:00 – 10:15, Room 201B, 201C 

  • EEG-based Measures of Auditory Saliency in a Complex Context – Xun-Yi Huang , Fu-Yin Cherng , Jung-Tai King , Wen-Chieh Lin
  • WRIST: Watch-Ring Interaction and Sensing Technique for Wrist Gestures And Macro-Micro Pointing – Hui-Shyong Yeo , Juyoung Lee , Hyung-il Kim , Aakar Gupta , Andrea Bianchi , Daniel Vogel , Hideki Koike , Woontack Woo , Aaron J Quigley
  • Private Reader: Using Eye Tracking to Improve Reading Privacy in Public Spaces – Kirill Ragozin , Yun Suen Pai , Olivier Augereau , Koichi Kise , Jochen Kerdels , Kai Kunze
  • Hand-Over-Face Input Sensing for Interaction with Smartphones through the Built-in Camera – Mona Hosseinkhani Loorak , Wei Zhou , Ha Trinh , Jian Zhao , Wei Li
  • Crowdsourcing Images for Global Diversity – Peggy Chi , Matthew Long , Akshay Gaur , Abhimanyu Deora , Anurag Batra , Daphne Luong

Technical Program 5: Gestures

Thursday, October 3rd, 10:40 – 12:00, Room 201B, 201C 

  • Exploring the Use of Fingerprint Sensor Gestures for Unlock Journaling : A Comparison with Slide-to-X – Pascal E. Fortin , Yuxiang Huang , Jeremy Cooperstock
  • Tangible Around-Device Interaction Using Rotatory Gestures with a Magnetic Ring – Victor Cheung , Audrey Girouard
  • AudioTouch: Minimally Invasive Sensing of Micro-Gestures via Active Bio-Acoustic Sensing – Yuki Kubo , Yuto Koguchi , Buntarou Shizuki , Shin Takahashi , Otmar Hilliges
  • Exploring Cross-Modal Training via Touch to Learn a Mid-Air Marking Menu Gesture Set – Jay Henderson , Sachi Mizobuchi , Wei Li , Edward Lank
  • Behind the Scenes of Researching Android 9 Pieís System Navigation – Noor Ali-Hasan , Yuan Hang Li

Technical Program 6: Cross-device and Augmentation

Friday, October 4th, 09:00 – 10:15, Room 201B, 201C 

  • Investigating Smartphone-based Pan and Zoom in 3D Data Spaces in Augmented Reality – Wolfgang Büschel , Annett Mitschick , Thomas Meyer , Raimund Dachselt
  • Exploring the Potential of Augmented Reality in Domestic Environments – Pascal Knierim , Paweł W. Woźniak , Yomna Abdelrahman , Albrecht Schmidt
  • WatchPen: Using Cross-Device Interaction Concepts to Augment Pen-Based Interaction – Michael Hung , David Ledo , Lora Oehlberg
  • Cake Cam: Take Your Photo and Be in it Too – Candice Lusk , Michael D Jones

Technical Program 7: Output and Context

Friday, October 4th, 10:40 – 12:00, Room 201B, 201C 

  • Using Poke Stimuli to Improve a 3×3 Watch-back Tactile Display – Youngbo Aram Shim , Keunwoo Park , Geehyuk Lee
  • Visualising Location Uncertainty to Support Navigation under Degraded GPS Signals: a Comparison Study – Champika Ranasinghe , Nicholas Schiestel , Christian Kray
  • Understanding Emoji Interpretation through User Personality and Message Context – Sarah Theres Völkel , Daniel Buschek , Jelena Pranjic , Heinrich Hussmann
  • SeeingHaptics: Visualizations for Communicating Haptic Designs – Liwei Chan , Mu-Hsuan Chen , Wen-Chi Ho , Roshan L Peiris , Bing-Yu Chen
  • Investigating the Influence of External Car Displays on Pedestrians’ Crossing Behavior in Virtual Reality – Kai Hollaender , Ashley Colley , Christian Mai , Jonna Häkkilä , Florian Alt , Bastian Pfleging

Technical Program 8: Social interaction and impact

Friday, October 4th, 13:30 – 14:45, Room 201B, 201C 

  • From Design to Development to Evaluation of a Connected App for Low-Income Pregnant Women – Beenish Chaudhry , Louis Faust , Nitesh V Chawla
  • Understanding How Digital Gifting Influences Social Interaction on Live Streams – Yi-Chieh Lee , Chi-Hsien Yen , Dennis Wang , Wai-Tat Fu
  • Challenges of Parkinson’s Disease: User Experiences with STOP – Elina Kuosmanen , Valerii Kan , Julio Vega , Aku Visuri , Yuuki Nishiyama , Anind K Dey , Simon Harper , Denzil S.T. Ferreira
  • HasAnswers: Development of a Mobile Service to Support Young People to Find and Keep a Home – Andrea Taylor , Isobel Grigor , Ainya Taylor , Ian Moore
  • Explicit Disaster Response Features in Social Media: Safety Check and Community Help Usage on Facebook during Typhoon Mangkhut – Kate Sangwon Lee
  • Hacks for Cost-Justifying Usability: Fear-Setting vs. Goal-Setting – Maha Aly , Christian Sturm

Demos

Wednesday, October 2nd 16:45 – 20:00, Thursday, October 3rd 09:00 – 13:30, Room 201A, 201F

  • EOG Glasses – an Eyewear Platform for Cognitive and Social Interaction Assessments in the Wild, George Chernyshov, Benjamin Tag, Kirill Ragozin, Kai Kunze
  • SCAN: Indoor Navigation Interface on a User-Scanned Indoor Map, Kenji Suzuki, Sakiko Nishi, Daisuke Sakamoto, Tetsuo Ono
  • R2S: A Public Augmented Printed Media System to Promote Care Home Residents’ Social Interaction, Kai Kang, Shengxiong Zhang, Bart Hengeveld, Caroline Hummels, Jun Hu
  • Communicating Multimodal Wayfinding Messages for Visually Impaired People via Wearables, Joey van der Bie, Christina Jaschinski, Somaya Ben Allouch
  • Efficient Speech-Recognition Error-Correction Interface for Japanese Text Entry on Smartwatches, Ryotaro Toba, Tsuneo Kato, Seiichi Yamamoto
  • An Application for Wrist Rehabilitation Using Smartphones, Madoka Toriumi, Koji Fujita, Yuta Sugiura
  • Watch Spaces – A Spatial User Interface for Smart Watches, Keitaro Tsuchiya, Takuro Nakao, Kaiyan Lin, Kai Kunze
  • WatchPen: Using Cross-Device Interaction Concepts to Augment Pen-Based Interaction, Michael Hung, David Ledo, Lora Oehlberg

Posters

Wednesday, October 2nd 16:45 – 20:00, Thursday, October 3rd 09:00 – 13:30, Room 201A, 201F

  • EOG Glasses – an Eyewear Platform for Cognitive and Social Interaction Assessments in the Wild, George Chernyshov, Benjamin Tag, Kirill Ragozin, Kai Kunze
  • Enabling Personal Alcohol Tracking using Transdermal Sensing Wristbands: Benefits and Challenges, Chuang-wen You, Lu-Hua Shih, Hung-Yeh Lin, Yaliang Chuang, Yi-Chao Chen, Yi-Ling Chen, Ming-Chyi Huang
  • WithDorm: Dormitory Solution for Linking Roommates, Taehyeong Kim, Minji Kwak, Seung Hee Yang, Jaeseo Lim, Byoung-Tak Zhang
  • CryptoAR Wallet: A Blockchain Cryptocurrency Wallet Application that Uses Augmented Reality for On-chain User Data Display, You-Ping Chen, Ju-Chun Ko
  • Predicting Smartphone Users’ General Responsiveness to IM Contacts Based on IM Behavior, Hao-Ping Lee, Tilman Dingler, Chih-Heng Lin, Kuan Yin Chen, Yu Lin Chung, Chia-Yu Chen, Yung-Ju Chang
  • Indoor human localization based on the corneal reflection of illumination, Kenji Numakura, Kentaro Takemura
  • Pressure Estimation on Capacitive Sensors using Deep Neural Networks, Tobias Boceck, Sascha Sprott, Huy Viet Le, Sven Mayer
  • Designing a Urban Support for Autism, Amon Rapp, Federica Cena, Claudio Mattutino, Guido Boella, Claudio Schifanella, Roberto Keller, Stefania Brighenti
  • An Information Behaviour-Based Approach to Virtual Doctor Design, Jaisie Sin, Cosmin Munteanu
  • Evaluating User Experience under Location Quality Variations: A Framework for in-the-wild Studies, Champika Ranasinghe, Sven Heitmann, Max Pfeiffer, Christian Kray
  • Revisiting Facebook: A Study on Changes in Social Network Usage, Youngjae Yoo, Juhee Chung, whayoung kim, Younah Kang
  • Designing for Task Resumption Support in Mobile Learning, Fiona Anna Draxler, Christina Schneegass, Evangelos Niforatos
  • Fostering Virtual Guide in Exhibitions, Rufat Rzayev, Gürkan Karaman, Niels Henze, Valentin Schwind
  • Semantic 3D gaze mapping for estimating focused objects,Ryusei Matsumoto, Kentaro Takemura
  • “Alexa, I’m in Need! – Investigating the Potential and Barriers of Voice Assistance Services for Social Work, Matthias Baldauf, Peter Fröhlich
  • Towards Graphical User Interface Redefinition without Source Code Access: System Design and Evaluation,José Luís Silva, João Carlos Silva, Rita Maia
  • UI Design Pattern-driven Rapid Prototyping for Agile Development of Mobile Applications, Sarah Suleri, Nilda Kipi, Linh Chi Tran, Matthias Jarke
  • Sense-able Lunch Recommendations, Ishan Gupta, Jennifer Healey, Georgios Theocharous
  • A Social Robot Generating Video Summaries of Seniors’ Indoor Activities, Chih-Yuan Yang, Heeseung Yun, Srenivas Varadarajan, Jane Yung-jen Hsu
  • A Formative Study for Record-timeManual Annotation of First-personVideos, Yudai Tanaka, Sohei Wakisaka, Masahiko Inami
  • Effects of Word Error Rate on ASR Correction Interfaces for Mobile Text Entry, Christine Murad, Cosmin Munteanu, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger
  • Engaging Seniors through Automatically-Generated Photo Digests from their Families’ Social Media, Yichen Dang, Cosmin Munteanu, Carrie Demmans Epp
  • “She is in a Bad Mood Now”: Leveraging Peers to Increase Data Quantity via a Chatbot-Based ESM, Yu-Lin Chang, Yung-Ju Chang, Chih-Ya Shen
  • When There is No Progress with a Task-Oriented Chatbot: A Natural Conversation Analysis, Chi-Hsun Li, Ken Chen, Yung-Ju Chang
  • Chat with Smart Conversational Agents: How to Evaluate Chat Experience in Smart Home? Xiantao Chen, Jiaqi Mi, Menghua Jia, Yajuan Han, Moli Zhou, Daisong Guan
  • Exploring the Design of Availability Status in Mobile IM Messaging with User Enactments, Yu-Ling Chien, Ting-Wei Wu, Yung-Ju Chang