Équipe de recherche :Research Team:
Design, Interaction, Visualization & Applications (DIVA)Design, Interaction, Visualization & Applications (DIVA)
Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information (LTCI)Information Processing and Communication Laboratory (LTCI)
Informatique et Réseaux (Infres)Computer Sciences and Networks (Infres)
Since January 2020 Jan Gugenheimer is an Assistant Professor inside the LTCI’s DIVA team, working on several topics around Mixed Reality (Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality).
As a PhD student at Ulm University (Germany) he was working in the field of Human-Computer Interaction, focusing on the field of Mobile/Nomadic Virtual Reality (scholar | dblp). During his studies he had the opportunity to visit and work within a variety of exciting research labs at universities (ETH Zurich, MIT Media Lab) and research institutions (Daimler AG, IBM, Mercedes Benz Research and Development North America, Microsoft Research).
In his research, he explores the interaction scenario that he named nomadic VR. Nomadic VR, is a novel interaction scenario in which a user is immersed in a virtual environment using a mobile VR HMD inside an unknown context (e.g., watching a 360-degree video while commuting by public transport). In his thesis, he defined this novel interaction scenario as nomadic VR and systematically explored its upcoming challenges and opportunities. For this, the interaction scenario was embedded into a larger vision of ubiquitous mixed reality, using models and approaches from the field of context-aware computing which already explain a similar transformation and paradigm shift from stationary PCs to mobile computing (smartphones).
Un an de recherche et d’innovationFaculty Members, Innovation — 10/03/2021L'ouvrage présente, en 84 pages richement illustrées, la grande diversité des domaines scientifiques du numérique, les travaux des 19 [...]
A year of research and innovationFaculty Members, Innovation — 10/03/2021The generously illustrated 84-page document depicts the great variety of scientific fields, research projects and applications [...]
How will we interact with the virtual reality?Design interaction perception, Faculty Members — 24/11/2020The ways we interact with technology change over time and adapt to fit different contexts, bringing new [...]
Quelles interactions avec la réalité virtuelle ?Design interaction perception, Faculty Members — 22/09/2020Nos manières d’interagir avec les technologies changent avec le temps et s’adaptent au contexte, [...]
Spatial Computing, the next paradigm of HCIDesign interaction perception — 15/06/2020With four papers and a workshop accepted at ACM CHI conference, Jan Gugenheimer, Assistant Professor in Human-Computer [...]
L’informatique spatiale, nouveau paradigme de l’IHMDesign interaction perception — 15/06/2020Fort de quatre articles et d’un atelier acceptés par les organisateurs de la conférence ACM CHI 2020, Jan [...]