Category: Interaction engineering project

Interaction Engineering (2021/22)

Last winter, my course Interaction Engineering was conducted on campus for the first part (autumn 2021) which really helped connecting the students. In November we had to switch to virtual meetings via Zoom but at this point most students already had a good idea what project to pursue with which partner.

This year we had a large variety of interaction modalities, from tangible interaction, via gaze and gesture control to full-body interaction. All projects resulted in actual prototypes that were presented live on 2 Feb 2022.

Click on the following screen shot to get to our project page where you can browse all projects. Each project comes with a short video, a written report and a set of slides.

Student projects: Interaction Engineering (2020/21)

You can now browse the Interaction Engineering projects of the “Corona” winter semester of 2020/21 under interaction.hs-augsburg.de/projects. This year a number of projects dealt with gestural, full-body and face interaction in various settings, from games to music and drawing. Team work was difficult under pandemic condition but the students handled these difficulties brillantly.

Click on the following screen shot to get to our project page where you can browse all projects. Each project comes with a short video, a written report and a set of slides.

Student projects: Interaction Engineering (2016/17)

The next group of talented students completed their interaction engineering projects.  In this interdisciplinary course (computer science and design), we think up potential future human-computer interaction techniques based on current research publications. This semester there was a record-breaking set of 12 completed projects. Feel free to check them out by visiting the project website

http://interaction.hs-augsburg.de/projects

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