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Ooms, Simone (author), Röggla, Thomas (author), Cesar, Pablo (author), El Ali, Abdallah (author)
Within our Distributed and Interactive Systems research group, we focus on affective haptics, where we design and develop systems that can enhance human emotional states through the sense of touch. Such artificial haptic sensations can potentially augment and enhance our mind, body, and (virtual) social connections. In three works—voice...
journal article 2024
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Vieth, A. (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author), Eisemann, E. (author), Vilanova, Anna (author), Höllt, T. (author)
High-dimensional images (i.e., with many attributes per pixel) are commonly acquired in many domains, such as geosciences or systems biology. The spatial and attribute information of such data are typically explored separately, e.g., by using coordinated views of an image representation and a low-dimensional embedding of the high-dimensional...
conference paper 2023
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Basu, S. (author), Eggermont, Jeroen (author), Kroes, Thomas (author), Jorstad, Nikolas (author), Bakken, Trygve (author), Lein, Ed (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author), Höllt, T. (author)
With the rapid advances in single-cell sequencing technologies, novel types of studies into the cell-type makeup of the brain have become possible. Biologists often analyze large and complex single-cell transcriptomic datasets to enhance knowledge of the intricate features of cellular and molecular tissue organization. A particular area of...
conference paper 2023
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Yoo, Minyoung (author), Berger, Arne (author), Lindley, Joseph (author), Green, David Philip (author), Boeva, Yana (author), Nicenboim, I. (author), Odom, William (author)
In the HCI community, there is more openness and interest toward different forms of research outcomes beyond written academic publications. These include pictorial papers, video/audio documentaries, public exhibitions, posters and brochures, design fiction, comics, podcasts and many more. These alternative research outcomes play a critical...
conference paper 2023
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Kim, Raphael (author), Risseeuw, C.C. (author), Groutars, E.G. (author), Karana, E. (author)
In recent years, there has been a notable proliferation and diversification of works in HCI, that integrate living microorganisms; an imperative lifeform dominating ecosystems of our planet. Yet despite the growing interest, there is a lack of structured lenses with which designers can strategize their processes of surfacing livingness; a...
conference paper 2023
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Johri, Riddhi (author), Pandey, Pankaj (author), Miyapuram, Krishna Prasad (author), Lomas, J.D. (author)
Advances in neurotechnology have enhanced and simplified our ability to research brain activity with low-cost and effective equipment. One such scalable and noninvasive technique is Electroencephalography (EEG), which detects and records electrical brain activity. Brain activity recognition is one of the emerging problems as EEG wearables...
conference paper 2023
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Hoogland, Pavel (author)
In the use of Machine Learning systems, attaining the trust of those that are the end-users can often be difficult. Many of the current state-of-the-art systems operate as Black-Boxes. Errors produced by these Black-Box systems, without further explanation as to why these decisions were made, will deteriorate trust. This effect is especially...
master thesis 2022
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Ricci, M.R. (author)
Nowadays, buying a product online is no longer about the product itself but the experience it offers. The planned thesis work aims to understand how to improve the user's shopping experience in the context of online shopping for the fashion industry. To enhance the shopping experience, retailers need to sell new services by leveraging...
conference paper 2022
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Popa, A. (author), Gabrieli, F. (author), Kroes, T. (author), Krekeler, A. (author), Alfeld, M.W.E.M. (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author), Eisemann, E. (author), Höllt, T. (author)
Reflectance Imaging Spectroscopy (RIS) is a hyperspectral imaging technique used for investigating the molecular composition of materials. It can help identify pigments used in a painting, which are relevant information for art conservation and history. For every scanned pixel, a reflectance spectrum is obtained and domain experts look for pure...
conference paper 2022
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Mauri, A. (author), Tocchetti, A. (author), Corti, L. (author), Hsu, Y. (author), Verma, H. (author), Brambilla, Marco (author)
Traditional approaches to data-informed policymaking are often tailored to specific contexts and lack strong citizen involvement and collaboration, which are required to design sustainable policies. We argue the importance of empathy-based methods in the policymaking domain given the successes in diverse settings, such as healthcare and...
conference paper 2022
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Vieth, A. (author), Vilanova, A. (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author), Eisemann, E. (author), Höllt, T. (author)
High-dimensional imaging is becoming increasingly relevant in many fields from astronomy and cultural heritage to systems biology. Visual exploration of such high-dimensional data is commonly facilitated by dimensionality reduction. However, common dimensionality reduction methods do not include spatial information present in images, such as...
conference paper 2022
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Qorbani, Hossain Samar (author), Abdinejad, M. (author), Arya, Ali (author), Joslin, Chris (author)
Despite the advances made in Virtual Reality (VR) technology, the design of VR experiences lacks sufficient focus on accessibility and inclusion as the primary requirements. These are especially important for STEM education, where engaging in experiential activities is essential. This study was conducted to investigate accessibility...
conference paper 2022
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Wooning, Joost (author), Benmahdjoub, Mohamed (author), van Walsum, T. (author), Marroquim, Ricardo (author)
Craniotomy is a procedure where neurosurgeons open the patient’s skull to gain direct access to the brain. The craniotomy’s position defines the access path from the skull surface to the tumour and, consequently, the healthy brain tissue to be removed to reach the tumour. This is a complex procedure where a neurosurgeon is required to...
conference paper 2021
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Rieder, J.S.I. (author), van Tol, D.H. (author), Aschenbrenner, D. (author)
This paper analyzes the effective accuracy for close-range operations for the first and the second generation of Microsoft HoloLens in combination with Vuforia Image Targets in a black-box approach. The implementation of Augmented Reality (AR) on optical see-through (OST), head-mounted devices (HMDs) has been proven viable for a variety of...
conference paper 2021
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Siddiqui, F.P. (author), Höllt, T. (author), Vilanova Bartroli, A. (author)
Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) is a non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging technique that, combined with fiber tracking algorithms, allows the characterization and visualization of white matter structures in the brain. The resulting fiber tracts are used, for example, in tumor surgery to evaluate the potential brain functional damage due to...
journal article 2021
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Li, M. (author), Slijkhuis, Tom (author), Huigen, Remko (author), Albayrak, A. (author), van Eijk, D.J. (author)
The medical care responsibilities are often on the shoulders of nonprofessionals such as captains who are equipped with forty hours of designated training every five years. However, this training is neither enough for the captains to handle medical incidents nor releases their stress during the treatment. Currently, captains have very limited...
conference paper 2021
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Najafian, S. (author)
In some scenarios, like music or tourism, people often consume items in groups. However, reaching a consensus is difficult as different members of the group may have highly diverging tastes. To keep the rest of the group satisfied, an individual might need to be confronted occasionally with items they do not like. In this context, presenting an...
conference paper 2020
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Li, M. (author), Ganni, S. (author), Ponten, Jeroen (author), Albayrak, A. (author), Rutkowski, Anne-F (author), Jakimowicz, J.J. (author)
Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) laparoscopy simulation is emerging to enhance the attractiveness and realism of surgical procedural training. This study analyses the usability and presence of a Virtual Operating Room (VOR) setup via user evaluation and sets out the key elements for an immersive environment during a laparoscopic procedural...
conference paper 2020
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Najafian, S. (author), Herzog, Daniel (author), Qiu, S. (author), Inel, O. (author), Tintarev, N. (author)
Most recommender systems propose items to individual users. However, in domains such as tourism, people often consume items in groups rather than individually. Different individual preferences in such a group can be difficult to resolve, and often compromises need to be made. Social choice strategies can be used to aggregate the preferences of...
conference paper 2020
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Numan, Nels (author), Kolster, Ayla (author), Hoogerwerf, Niels (author), Kreynen, Bernd (author), Romeijnders, Jeanique (author), Heinsohn Huala, Tomas (author), Ziliotto Salamon, N. (author), Balint, J.T. (author), Lukosch, S.G. (author), Bidarra, Rafael (author)
Superhuman sports (SHS) is a field where technological augmentations of human abilities and environment are combined to play a new and exciting sport. SHS make use of artificial senses or virtual reality to create a new experience that involves physical fitness and skills. Star Tag aims to combine these aspects with an engaging audience...
conference paper 2019
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