TeachingSs12HCISeminar

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Advanced Methods for Human Computer Interaction (HCI)

by Prof. Gudrun Klinker
Supervisors: Amal Benzina, Eva Artinger, Tayfur Coskun and Christian Waechter
Type: Advanced Seminar Course Module IN8901
Type: Master Seminar Module IN2107
Type: Seminar Module IN0014
ECTS: 4 Credits
SWS: 2
Date: Wednesday, 10:15 o'clock
Room: MI 03.13.010
Course Language: English

About the Seminar


HCI technologies integrate various fields of computer science to enable user experience while utilizing computer driven, intelligent systems. Due to the broad field of HCI applications and interaction possibilities, a colorful spectrum of state-of-the-art technology is introduced in this seminar to the audience/participants. This is represented by the varying topics emerging from the field of Visualization, Interaction and Tracking.

Requirements

  • oral presentation of circa. 45 minutes and including discussion
  • 8(+-2) pages summary of the topic as handout
  • final handout always one week after oral presentation
  • active participation in the discussions

Organization

  • The seminar will be held during the semester.
  • first meeting will be on 18th of April 2012
  • first chance to pick a topic (see below) is on the preliminary meeting
  • If interested in a topic please contact the corresponding supervisor (see end of line)

Preliminary Meeting

  • Tuesday, 24th of January, 10:30
  • Room 00.13.062

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  • Registration start: 23rd of January, 22 O'clock
  • first-come-first-served
  • First registration via TUM Online
  • Students that cannot register via TUMOnline should contact the supervisors of their favorite topic directly in order to get accepted.
  • Students registered via TUMOnline should also contact the supervisors and pick a certain topic, otherwise the registration is not valid.
  • If the timeslots, that are listed on this webside, are full no more student can be accepted.

Templates

Schedule

Day Time Topic Who
24.01. 10:30 Vorbesprechung  
18.04 10:15    
25.04 10:15 In Good Shape: Robust People Detection
based on Appearance and Shape
David Fu
02.05 10:15 FVV no talk
09.05 10:15 Simulation-Supported Live Training for Emergency Response
in Hazardous Environments Simulation & Gaming September 2004
Christopher Robson
Tracking Multiple People under Global Appearance Constraints Benjamin Koster
16.05 10:15 Augmenting Interactive Tables with Mice & Keyboards Tsvetana Marinova
23.05 10:15 Learning from Games:
HCI design innovations in entertainment software
Ingmar Kessler
30.05 10:15 Mid-air Pan-and-Zoom on Wall-sized Displays Ferdinand von den Eichen
06.06 10:15 no talk  
13.06 10:15 OmniTouch: Wearable Multitouch Interaction Everywhere Daniela Abrasheva
20.06 10:15 no talk  
27.06 10:15 Toward Augmenting Everything: Detecting and Tracking
Geometrical Features on Planar Objects
Manuel Wolf
04.07 10:15 no talk  
11.07 10:15 Multitoe: High-Precision Interaction with Back-Projected Floors Based on High-Resolution Multi-Touch Input Violin
18.07 10:15 no talk  

Topics

Tracking

  • Tracking-by-Synthesis Using Point Features and Pyramidal Blurring (Gilles Simon), ISMAR 2011 : Christian Waechter
  • (taken)Toward Augmenting Everything: Detecting and Tracking Geometrical Features on Planar Objects, Hideaki Uchiyama, Eric Marchand, ISMAR 2011 : Christian Waechter
  • (taken)In Good Shape: Robust People Detection based on Appearance and Shape, Leonid Pishchulin, Arjun Jain, Christian Wojek, Thorsten Thormaehlen and Bernt Schiele, BMVC 2011 : Christian Waechter
  • (taken) Tracking Multiple People under Global Appearance Constraints, Horesh Ben Shitrit, Jerome Berclaz, Francois Fleuret, Pascal Fua, : Christian Waechter
  • (taken) Finger tracking in general (search for all finger tracking topics in literature (Kinect?)) Tayfur Coskun

Visualization

  • (taken) Johan Jenvald and Magnus Morin: Simulation-Supported Live Training for Emergency Response in Hazardous Environments Simulation & Gaming September 2004 35: 363-377, Eva Artinger

Interaction

  • (taken) Dyck, D. Pinelle, B. Brown, and C. Gutwin. Learning from Games:HCI design innovations in entertainment software. 2003. Eva Artinger
  • (taken) M, Nancel. J, Wagner. E, Pietriga. O, Chapuis. W, Mackay. Mid-air Pan-and-Zoom on Wall-sized Displays. Amal Benzina
  • (taken) Karl D.D. Willis. Ivan Poupyrev. Takaaki Shiratori. MotionBeam?: A Metaphor for Character Interaction with Handheld Projectors. Amal Benzina
  • (taken) Jinha Lee. Rehmi Post. Hiroshi Ishii. ZeroN?: Mid-Air Tangible Interaction Enabled by Computer Controlled Magnetic Levitation. Tayfur Coskun and Amal Benzina
  • (taken) Gustafson, S., Holz, C., and Baudisch, P. Imaginary Phone: Learning Imaginary Interfaces by Transfer of Spatial Memory from a Familiar Screen Device. Amal Benzina

Touch devices

  • (taken) "Multitoe: High-Precision Interaction with Back-Projected Floors Based on High-Resolution Multi-Touch Input" Tayfur Coskun
  • (taken) Rugged Tablet Devices (Hier interessieren sowohl Paper, ABER VOR ALLEM auch der Stand der Industrie, welche Neuerungen gibt es, Vergleich von Tablet PCs, Multitouch-Fähigkeit, Leistung, Sicherheitsstandards, Gewicht, ...) Tayfur Coskun
  • (taken) Chris Harrison. Hrvoje Benko. Andrew D. Wilson. OmniTouch?: Wearable Multitouch Interaction Everywhere. Amal Benzina

Rescue Service

  • (taken)" Evaluation of Augmented Reality for Rapid Assessment of Earthquake-Induced Building Damage" Tayfur Coskun

Text Input

  • (taken)" "Augmenting Interactive Tables with Mice & Keyboards" - Hartmann Tayfur Coskun

TeachingForm
Title: Advanced Methods for Human Computer Interaction
Professor: Prof. Gudrun Klinker, Ph.D.
Tutors: Amal Benzina and Eva Artinger and Tayfur Coskun and Christian Waechter
Type: Hauptseminar
Information: 2 SWS Seminar; 4 ECTS Credits (Module IN 2107)
Term: 2012SoSe
Abstract: The seminar covers recent approaches to various topics in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI). These topics include: Visualization, Displays, Tracking, Interaction Techniques and Interaction Devices


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