Fall 2018 Student Design Jams

Update: We have two design jams scheduled for September 2018: September 7 and September 14. Feel free to join our MCommunity list for updates on topics, dates, and times for design jams throughout the Fall/Winter semesters. As we are getting ready for the next semester, I wanted to announce here that I will again host regular student design…… Continue reading Fall 2018 Student Design Jams

Fall 2018 Research Assistant Positions

The Information Interaction Lab at the University of Michigan School of Information is looking for two master’s students to assist with a range of ongoing AR/VR projects. After a short trial period, these positions can be converted into paid temporary research assistant positions (pay commensurate with experience). We are looking for students with solid AR/VR design and development experience. Ideally,…… Continue reading Fall 2018 Research Assistant Positions

Mi2 Lab at EICS 2018

Several current and former members of the Information Interaction Lab contributed to two papers at the ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS). Last year we had to miss out on EICS which was unfortunate as this has been a regular conference for the lab’s PI Michael Nebeling. This year, PhD student Brian Hall…… Continue reading Mi2 Lab at EICS 2018

Mi2 Lab at CHI 2018

As announced previously, several members of the Information Interaction Lab have papers at CHI 2018. While last year three members of the lab were present, this year only Michael Nebeling is able to attend. Michael is always keen on meeting new people. This year he is particularly interested in talking to people that are considering…… Continue reading Mi2 Lab at CHI 2018

U-M Teach-Out on AR/MR/VR

Michael Nebeling and colleagues from U-M’s School of Information and the STAMPS School of Art and Design have put together a U-M Teach-Out on Augmented, Virtual, and Mixed Reality. The teach-out will be delivered in the form of an open-enrollment course on Coursera for free titled Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Mixed Reality: Opportunities and Issues.…… Continue reading U-M Teach-Out on AR/MR/VR

3 Papers at CHI 2018

We are happy to announce that we have three conditionally accepted papers at CHI 2018 featuring our work on ProtoAR, a new AR physical-to-digital prototyping tool, GestureWiz, a gesture interface prototyping tool, and one paper on two studies into user-driven gesture representations. ProtoAR: Rapid Physical-Digital Prototyping of Mobile Augmented Reality Applications  M. Nebeling, J. Nebeling,…… Continue reading 3 Papers at CHI 2018