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Context-based Innovative Mobile User Interfaces

LOCATION: Consilium TEL 1315 , TEL, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 13th floor

Date/Time: 24.02.2014, 14:15-15:00



The work of this thesis focused on wearable user interfaces in augmented reality based on the camera-glasses system and the camera-projector system, and addressed the issues involved in design, implementation and user performance. I proposed two wearable user interfaces: Environment Dependent Interface (EDI) and Environment Independent Interface (EII). EDI refers to the strong relation between in-environment information and the interface. The environment can be contextualized by markers in advance, and the markers can be pasted on the appliance, the wall, the book, the door, and etc. To go a step further, EII refers to the relation between the interface and personal information. The contextualization is done by the user himself through the way of showing appropriate contextualized markers or menus to the webcam.


Yun Zhou is postdoc researcher at the T-Labs from February 2014. Her interests are in user interface design, wearable computing, projection interaction, web-based interaction, evaluation, ergonomic and cognitive psychology. Zhou received her Ph.D. in computer science in Ecole Centrale de Lyon.

HOST: Alexander Raake



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