This year’s two big events, the 9th edition of OUTPUT, the project show of our faculty as well as the 12th Long Night of Sciences Dresden took place on July 3 and 4. Find exciting impressions captured on images at our photo gallery!
From June 30 to July 4, Axel Berndt and Nadia Al-Kassab visited the 14th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, NIME 2014 to present their work “TouchNoise: A Particle-based Multitouch Noise Modulation Interface“. Beside the well-known scientific paper, demo and poster sessions there were several electronic as well as electroacoustic concerts, demonstrating the current developments. Continue reading
The paper tPad: Designing Transparent-Display Mobile Interactions, a result of the LEIF exchange program, received an “Honorable Mention” at this year’s DIS 2014.
LEIF was a EU funded exchange program between Canada and the European Union. Professor Dachselt was the European project coordinator.
In the last weeks, two conferences with successful participation by the Interactive Media Lab Dresden took place: Mai 27.-30., the AVI 2014 International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces in Como, Italiy and on June 3rd and 4th the International Symposium on Pervasive Displays in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The largest conference on human-computer interaction, the ACM CHI, took place in Toronto from April 28th to May 2nd with this year’s slogan “One of a CHInd”. The Interactive Media Lab Dresden was also involved as Martin Spindler, Ulrike Kister and former student Martin Schüssler presented a full paper and an interactivity (photo gallery). Both Martins gave a talk about their research on Pinch Drag Flick vs. Spatial Input: Rethinking Zoom & Pan on Mobile Displays. In this paper, we compared traditional multitouch navigation on mobile devices with spatial movements for pan and zoom. Additionally, the application could be experienced as an interactive demo called Move Your Phone: Spatial Input-based Document Zoom & Pan on Mobile Displays Revisited. For this they brought a whole setup of cameras and tripods to Canada. Ulrike and Martin Spindler were also student volunteers who supported conference organization.
We are pleased to announce two talks in our series Dresden Talks on Interaction and Visualization. On Friday, 9th of May 2014, Prof. Holger Theisel (University of Magdeburg) will give a presentation about Optimal Streamlines and Streamsurfaces for 3D Flow Visualization.
One week later, on Friday, 16th of May 2014, you are invited to attend the talk of Fabrice Matulic (ETH Zurich) about Advanced Document Engineering on Pen and Touch Interactive Surfaces. He will show how UI designers can leverage the interactive capabilities of pen and touch platforms to build intuitive and efficient tools for the production of rich documents.
Both events will take place at 1:00 pm in the lecture room INF E023 at our department. We are looking forward to seeing you there.
And yet another interesting event in our Dresden Talks on Interaction and Visualization will take place on Friday, 29th November 2013 at 1:00 pm. This time Prof. Johannes Schöning (Expertise centre for Digital Media (EDM), Hasselt University, Belgium) will talk about Mobile Human Computer Interaction: Future Phones & Future Habits presenting current findings of the usage of mobile devices and shows perspectives of future apps and novel devices. You are welcome to participate!
As part of our Dresden Talks on Interaction and Visualization series Prof. Otto Anshus (University of Tromsø, Norway) will give a scientific talk on Thursday, November 14th at 3:00 p.m. about his recent topic “MultiStage: Distributed Acting, Making The Remote Local“. He will focus on effective techniques for computer-mediated collaboration of actors at physically remote locations taking into account unavoidable network and processing delays. Everybody is welcome to attend this interesting talk.