Color-Correction for See-through Augmented-Reality Head-Mounted Displays

UPDATE: I have created a video example showcasing the real-time implementation. Last year we published a paper at the Virtual Reality Software and Technology (VRST ’13) conference on the topic of color correction for see-through displays. The paper proposes a solution to color blending, which is the phenomenon where colors in transparent displays look “washed-out”; i.e. the…

We Are Europe – Manifest

Once upon a time I juggled my interests between technology and world politics. Eventually technology won, and that’s what I do now. However, I did take world politics (and geopolitics) very seriously. Back in 2006 I participated in the 36th Saint Gallen Symposium. It was the middle of the financial crisis and it was a…

CrashAlert – Reactions from Around the Web

Ever since CrashAlert got covered by Rachel Metz the MIT Technology Review last week (see Safe Texting While Walking? Soon, There May Be an App for That) there has been a series of reactions on the social media. Well, negative reactions are included in the article itself with Prof. Clifford Nass describing it as “the…

TIDE at FITG 2012

In this video Aurelien Tabard presents our work on TIDE at the FITG 2012 seminar in Paris. This is a nice take on the project! Resources Sicard, L., Tabard, A., Hincapié-Ramos, J.D. and Bardram, J.E. 2013. TIDE: Lightweight Device Composition for Enhancing Tabletop Environments with Smartphone Applications. In Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2013. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [pdf…

Literature Reviews for HCI

Literature Reviews for HCI

In this post I am planning to collect information about how to do a literary review for HCI projects. The idea for this review is not that of a systematic literature review paper. But a more relaxed version of it that can used to report in a related-work section of an HCI/Ubicomp/UIST paper, and yet…