Category Archives: HCI

Topics Relating to Human-Computer Interaction

Quick Review: Early Experiences of HoloLens

I have been using augmented reality headsets since about 2006 and whenever another one comes out I am excited and then later become disappointed. As was the case with the Epson BT-200 and Google Glass (not real augmented reality) both … Continue reading

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Recent Auto UI Publications

LIST and our colleagues in the MADSAV project from The University of Luxembourg and the University of Salzburg recently presented work at the Automotive UI conference in Ann Arbor Michigan. In addition we organised a workshop on situational awareness in … Continue reading

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Three Jobs Available at LIST

At LIST we currently have three positions available for talented researchers and software engineers. These are: Researcher in Mixed Reality Training Environments Software Engineer in Mixed Reality Applications Computer Science Engineer for Web-Based Content Applications The positions are attached to … Continue reading

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Magnetic Interaction with Mobile Devices

A short video of the work undertaken by my colleague  Saeed Afshari mainly as part of his MSc thesis and was presented at NordiCHI 2014. The work was supervised by myself, Andrei Popleteev and Thomas Engel. The video contains some … Continue reading

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Ethics in Serious Games

I was recently involved in co-authoring a book chapter which looked at the often difficult subject of ethics in serious games. What’s more when you add applications that seek to change behaviour to the  equation such as persuasive games or gamified applications … Continue reading

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