RTMI ’15 - Proceedings of the 7th Seminar on Research Trends in Media Informatics
FacultiesFakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften und Informatik
LicenseCC BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland
RTMI ’15 is the seventh incarnation of the annual seminar Research Trends in Media Informatics hosted by the Institute of Media Informatics at Ulm University. The RTMI seminar series aims to motivate students to delve deeper into the vast and diverse research in the area of media informatics, human computer interaction, and ubiquitous computing. The authors presented their papers at the RTMI conference in February 2015, which was held in the Hall of Knights at the Villa Eberhardt in Ulm. This year’s program focuses around three themes, which underline that media informatics research covers far more than graphical user interfaces. The papers in the Sensing and Tracking session discuss novel technologies for sensor fusion, depth cameras in the hospital context, and non-optical object recognition. The Technology and Society session discusses social implications of technology, interaction concepts for people with disabilities, and provides an overview of techniques for projection mapping. The final session focuses on Wearable Computing and provides insights of microinteractions for wearable computing, interaction techniques for near-eye displays, and non-contact actuation of matter in the field of Human- Computer Interaction.
Subject HeadingsMedieninformatik [GND]
Human-computer interaction [LCSH]
Tracking (Engineering) [LCSH]
User interfaces (Computer systems) [LCSH]