CHI 2022 Contributions
This year, the Michigan Information Interaction Lab will again be participating remotely in our premier HCI conference, the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2022).
We have two papers with UMSI PhD student, Shwetha Rajaram, and our collaborator from University of Siegen, Veronika Krauß:
- Shwetha Rajaram, Michael Nebeling: Paper Trail: An Immersive Authoring System for Augmented Reality Instructional Experiences
- Veronika Krauß, Michael Nebeling, Florian Jasche, Alexander Boden: Elements of XR Prototyping: Characterizing the Role and Use of Prototypes in Augmented and Virtual Reality Design
In addition, we are also co-organizing a workshop on XR safety, security and privacy challenges with colleagues from Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Ulm University, University of Glasgow, University of Denver, and UMSI.
Michael Nebeling is again co-teaching his XR prototyping workshop with Mark Billinghurst, the second time with Mark, and the third time overall at CHI since 2019. Last year, they also co-taught versions of this workshop at ISMAR and SIGGRAPH Asia.
Finally, we are also co-organizing and co-hosting the XR@CHI 2022 meetup, again together with Professors David Lindlbauer and Pedro Lopes. This is already the third time we are coming together. More information can be found in the XR@CHI 2022 meetup document.