Soziokognitive Systeme

Sitz der Abteilung

SimTech-Gebäude
Pfaffenwaldring 5a
70569 Stuttgart

Sekretariat

Anja Mebus
E-Mail
Tel. +49.711.685-60049
Raum 01.021

 

Weitere Informationen
  • Interaktion mit mobilen und eingebetteten Systemen
  • Application stores als Forschungswerkzeug
  • Intelligente interaktive Systeme
  • Verbindung von physischen Objekten und digitalen Informationen

In der Lehre trägt die Abteilung zusammen mit den anderen Abteilungen des Instituts zur Ausbildung in den Bachelor- und Master-Programmen im Bereich der Soziokognitive Systemen bei.

Lehrangebote von VIS

Lehrangebote am VIS in C@MPUS

  • Forschung durch weit verbreitete Systeme
  • Prädiktive Modelle in interaktiven Systemen
  • Berührungssensitive Benutzungsschnittstellen
  • Interaktion mit mobilen Systemen
Alle Mitarbeiter dieser Abteilung.
 
 

Aktuelle Arbeiten

 

 

PredicTouch: A System to Reduce Touchscreen Latency using Neural Networks and IMUs

Video for our ISS 2017 paper "PredicTouch: A System to Reduce Touchscreen Latency using Neural Networks and IMUs", written by Huy Viet Le, Valentin Schwind, Philipp Göttlich, and Niels Henze.

 

“These are not my hands!”: Effect of Gender on the Perception of Avatar Hands in Virtual Reality

Video for our CHI 2017 paper "“These are not my hands!”: Effect of Gender on the Perception of Avatar Hands in Virtual Reality", written by Valentin Schwind, Pascal Knierim, Cagri Tasci, Patrick Franczak, Nico Haas and Niels Henze.

 

Tactile Drones - Providing Immersive Tactile Feedback in Virtual Reality through Quadcopters

Video for our CHI 2017 paper " Tactile Drones - Providing Immersive Tactile Feedback in Virtual Reality through Quadcopters", written by written by Pascal Knierim, Valentin Schwind, Markus Funk, Francisco Kiss, Stefan Schneegass and Niels Henze.

 

The Effect of Focus Cues on Separation of Information Layers

Video for our CHI 2016 paper "The Effect of Focus Cues on Separation of Information Layers", written by Patrick Bader, Niels Henze, Nora Broy and Katrin Wolf.

 

Impact of Video Summary Viewing on Episodic Memory Recall

Video for our CHI 2016 paper "Impact of Video Summary Viewing on Episodic Memory Recall", written by Huy Viet Le, Sarah Clinch, Corina Sas, Tilman Dingler, Niels Henze, and Nigel Davies.

 

Modeling Distant Pointing for Compensating Systematic Displacements

Video for our CHI 2015 paper "Modeling Distant Pointing for Compensating Systematic Displacements", written by written by Sven Mayer, Katrin Wolf, Stefan Schneegass and Niels Henze.

Subjective and Objective Effects of Tablet’s Pixel Density

Video for our CHI 2015 paper "Subjective and Objective Effects of Tablet’s Pixel Density", written by Lars Lischke, Sven Mayer, Katrin Wolf, Alireza Sahami Shirazi and Niels Henze.

Text Entry on Tiny QWERTY Soft Keyboards

Video for our CHI 2015 paper "Text Entry on Tiny QWERTY Soft Keyboards" written by Luis A. Leiva, Alireza Sahami, Alejandro Catala, Niels Henze and Albrecht Schmidt from the Universitat Politècnica de València and the University of Stuttgart.

Investigation of Material Properties for Thermal Imaging-Based Interaction

Video for our CHI 2015 paper "Investigation of Material Properties for Thermal Imaging-Based Interaction", written by Yomna Abdelrahman, Alireza Sahami Shirazi, Niels Henze and Albrecht Schmidt.

Large-Scale Assessment of Mobile Notifications

Our CHI video 2014 for our paper "Large-Scale Assessment of Mobile Notifications", written by Alireza Sahami Shirazi, Niels Henze, Tilman Dingler, Martin Pielot, Dominik Weber, and Albrecht Schmidt.

Exploiting Thermal Reflection for Interactive Systems

Our CHI video 2014 for our paper "Exploiting Thermal Reflection for Interactive Systems", written by Alireza Sahami Shirazi, Yomna Abdelrahman, Niels Henze, Stefan Schneegass, Mohammadreza Khalilbeigi and Albrecht Schmidt.

Delay Time for Pre-Moderated User-Generated Content on Public Displays

Our CHI video 2014 for our note "I Can Wait a Minute: Uncovering the Optimal Delay Time for Pre-Moderated User-Generated Content on Public Displays", written by Miriam Greis, Florian Alt, Niels Henze and Nemanja Memarovic.