The Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) is the premier annual conference in the field of Human-Computer-Interaction. For researchers in our field, it is the most important venue to publish and present their work.
Papers and Notes:
Full papers and notes are the most important submission category of CHI. This year, the acceptance rate was 23%. Six of our submissions got accepted and we are very happy to announce that one of them received a „Best Paper Honorable Mention Award“.
Nora Broy, Stefan Schneegass, Florian Alt, Albrecht Schmidt
FrameBox and MirrorBox: Tools for Prototyping User Interfaces for 3D Displays (Video)
Alexander De Luca, Marian Harbach, Emanuel von Zezschwitz, Max Maurer, Bernhard Slawik, Heinrich Hussmann, Matthew Smith
Now You See Me, Now You Don’t – Protecting Smartphone Authentication from Shoulder Surfers (Video)
Miriam Greis, Florian Alt, Niels Henze, Nemanja Memarovic
I Can Wait a Minute: Uncovering the Optimal Delay Time for Pre-Moderated User-Generated Content on Public Displays (Video)
Jonna Häkkilä, Maaret Posti, Stefan Schneegass, Florian Alt, Kunter Gultekin, Albrecht Schmidt
Let me catch this! Experiencing interactive 3D Cinema through collecting content with a mobile phone (Video)
Felix Lauber, Andreas Butz
In-Your-Face, Yet Unseen? Improving Head-Stabilized Warnings to Reduce Reaction Time (Video)
Julie Wagner, Eric Lecolinet, Ted Selker
Multi-finger Chords for Hand-held Tablets: Recognizable and Memorable (Video) – Best Paper Honorable Mention Award
The Work-in-Progress track allows authors to present their ongoing work in a more concise format. Seven submissions from the media informatics group were accepted.
- Nora Broy, Benedikt Zierer , Florian Alt, Stefan Schneegass
Exploring Virtual Depth for Automotive Instrument Cluster Concepts
- Alina Hang, Alexander De Luca, Heinrich Hussmann
Using Icon Arrangement for Fallback Authentication on Smartphones
- Doris Hausen, Sebastian Loehmann, Marie Lehmann
Everyday Peripheral Tasks vs. Digital Peripheral Tasks
- Bernd Huber, Sarah Tausch, Heinrich Hussmann
Supporting Debates with a Real-Time Feedback System
- Henri Palleis, Heinrich Hussmann
Towards Understanding Spontaneous Interaction on Curved Displays
- Stefan Schneegass, Florian Alt, Juergen Scheible, Albrecht Schmidt, Haifeng Su
Midair Displays: Exploring the Concept of Free-Floating Public Displays
- Simon Stusak, Ayfer Aslan
Beyond Physical Bar Charts – An Exploration of Designing Physical Visualizations
There are several workshops in conjunction with CHI every year. This year, our group is engaged in organizing two workshops and we are presenting papers at four different workshops.
- Alexander De Luca and Emanuel von Zezschwitz are two of the co-organizers of the workshop on „Inconspicuous Interaction„.
- Doris Hausen and Andreas Butz are two of the co-organizings of the workshop on „Peripheral Interaction: Shaping the Research and Design Space„.
- Alina Hang, Emanuel von Zezschwitz, Alexander De Luca, Heinrich Hussmann
FaceProfiles: Inconspicuous, Private and Secure Mobile Device Sharing
- Sebastian Loehmann, Doris Hausen
Automated Driving: Shifting the Primary Task from the Center to the Periphery of Attention
- Sebastian Loehmann, Doris Hausen, Benjamin Bisinger, Leonhard Mertl
Design of a Portable Gesture-Controlled Information Display
- Max Pfeiffer, Stefan Schneegass, Florian Alt, Michael Rohs
A Design Space for Electrical Muscle Stimulation Feedback for Freehand Interaction
- Bernhard Slawik
ShoeSoleSense for Peripheral Interaction
TOCHI is a journal which also offers the presentation of the work at CHI. We also got one paper accepted there.
- Nemanja Memarovic, Marc Langheinrich, Keith Chever<st, Nick Taylor, Florian Alt
P-LAYERS – A layered framework addressing the multi-faceted issues facing community-supporting public display deployments (Video)
We are happy that we were able to help shaping the program bei reviewing for all available tracks and being part of the the program committee. During CHI we will be present as session chairs and support CHI with three student volunteers.
We want to thank all our collaboration partners who worked very hard to make all this possible. See you in Toronto!