IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics

Multisensory Proximity and Transition Cues for Improving Target Awareness in Narrow Field of View Augmented Reality Displays

Christina Trepkowski, Alexander Marquardt, Tom David Eibich, Yusuke Shikanai, Jens Maiero, Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, Ernst Kruijff, Johannes Schöning & Peter König: Multisensory Proximity and Transition Cues for Improving Target Awareness in Narrow Field of View Augmented Reality Displays. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, (2022)

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CHI 2022

Considering Colored Light for Identifying and Reflecting on Emotions

Nadine Wagener, Bastian Dänekas & Jasmin Niess: Considering Colored Light for Identifying and Reflecting on Emotions. Workshop on The Future of Emotion in Human-Computer Interaction at CHI, (2022)

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CHI 2022

Considering Fundamental Psychological Needs in Virtual Reality Experiences

Nadine Wagener, Jasmin Niess & Yvonne Rogers: Considering Fundamental Psychological Needs in Virtual Reality Experiences. Workshop on Self-Determination Theory in HCI: Shaping a Research Agenda at CHI, (2022)

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CHI 2022

Exploring Strategies for Sustainable Design and Deployment of Novel Haptic Interfaces

Carolin Stellmacher: Exploring Strategies for Sustainable Design and Deployment of Novel Haptic Interfaces. Workshop on Sustainable Haptic Design: Improving Collaboration, Sharing, and Reuse in Haptic Design Research at CHI, (2022)

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Frontiers in Virtual Reality

Triggermuscle: Exploring Weight Perception for Virtual Reality Through Adaptive Trigger Resistance in a Haptic VR Controller

Carolin Stellmacher, Michael Bonfert, Ernst Kruijff & Johannes Schöning: Triggermuscle: Exploring Weight Perception for Virtual Reality Through Adaptive Trigger Resistance in a Haptic VR Controller. Front. Virtual Real. 2:754511, (2022)

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CHI 2022

Mood Worlds: A Virtual Environment for Autonomous Emotional Expression

Nadine Wagener, Jasmin Niess, Yvonne Rogers & Johannes Schöning: Mood Worlds: A Virtual Environment for Autonomous Emotional Expression. CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’22), (2022)

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