Human Computer Interaction (HCI)/ Human Robot Interaction (HRI)
Investigating how people interact with computers, machines and robots.
Human Computer Interaction is a multidisciplinary research area looking into how people interact with computers, robots and machines in general. At PFN, we are interested in leveraging the power of deep learning to enhance/create interactive experiences (ML for HCI) and conversely use HCI and UX approaches to optimise machine learning processes, involving tedious human labour (HCI for ML).
Here are examples of works we presented and demonstrated at CHI, UIST and ISS:
Pen+Touch+Midair: Cross-Space Hybrid Bimanual Interaction on Horizontal Surfaces in Virtual Reality
By : Fabrice Matulic, Daniel Vogel
Interactive Generation of Image Variations for Copy-Paste Data Augmentation
By : Keita Higuchi, Taiyo Mizuhashi, Fabrice Matulic, Takeo Igarashi
Above-Screen Fingertip Tracking with a Phone in Virtual Reality
By : Fabrice Matulic, Taiga Kashima, Deniz Beker, Daichi Suzuo, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Daniel Vogel
Phone Sleight of Hand: Finger-Based Dexterous Gestures for Physical Interaction with Mobile Phones
By : Yen-Ting Yeh, Fabrice Matulic, Daniel Vogel