DaHilliges

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

Interaction Management for Adaptive Augmented Reality User Interfaces

Student: Otmar Hilliges
Supervisor: Dipl.Inf. Christian Sandor
Professor: Prof. Gudrun Klinker
Submission date: 14.05.2004

Milestones

Date Description Links
  Problem Statement KickOff (.ppt) Presentation
  Submitted Thesis coming soon
  Final Presentation Power Point (4 MB) or PDF (21 MB)

  • Internal Structure: more flexible P-Nets??
  • GUI for authoring
  • Pattern Collection
  • I/O Taxonomy

Abstract

Ubiquitous augmented reality user interfaces incorporate a wide variety of concepts such as multi-modal, multi-user and multi-device aspects also these include new input and output devices. We think that experiments with such user interfaces have to be conducted to find appropriate interaction techniques, metaphors and idioms. In this paper we propose a method for interaction management consisting of flexible integration of I/O devices at runtime and dataflow control. Our approach can be used to develop and control such user interfaces, which lets us try out new concepts quickly.
We describe the requirements for a framework for ubiquitous augmented reality user interfaces. Then we describe how our solution fulfills that requirements and outline our implementation. Finally we discuss the benefits and shortcomings of our approach also we present two example systems built with the described component.

Work products

coming soon. see ProjectCar for more information meanwhile.

Related Topics

ServiceViewer
ServiceUIC?

-- OtmarHilliges - 24 Nov 2003

ProjectForm
Title: Interaction Management for Adaptive Augmented Reality User Interfaces
Abstract: We think that experiments with such user interfaces have to be conducted to find appropriate interaction techniques, metaphors and idioms. In this paper we propose a method for interaction management consisting of flexible integration of I/O devices at runtime and dataflow control. Our approach can be used to develop and control such user interfaces, which lets us try out new concepts quickly.
Student: Otmar Hilliges
Director: Gudrun Klinker
Supervisor: Christian Sandor
Type: DA/MA/BA
Status: finished
Start: 2003/12/15
Finish: 2004/05/14


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