1165 København K
Foredrag — At this DIKU Bits lecture Kasper Hornbæk will present work from the BodyUI project on the use of the body as user interface, and some of the associated technical and psychological research questions.
Date & Time:
Lille UP1, Universitetsparken 1, 2100 København Ø
Kasper Hornbæk, Professor in the HCC Section
Human-computer interaction is beginning to involve our bodies in new and rich ways, compared for instance to mouse or touch input. This happens using gestures, movement, wearables, implantable devices, and on-skin sensing. In this talk, I present work from the BodyUI project on the use of the body as user interface, and some of the associated technical and psychological research questions.
The talk will be conducted in English
Which courses do you teach? (BSc and MSc)
On BSc, I teach interaction design (da. interaktionsdesign); on the MSc, I teach User Interface Technologies and Advanced Topics in Human-Centred Computing.
Which technology/research/projects/startup are you excited to see the evolution of?
Right now, I am following the work of Tristan Harris with interest, for instance at http://humanetech.com/. I find he tackles an important problem.
What is your favorite sketch from the DIKUrevy?
Anything with Torben Mogensen.
In this lecture series you can get a closer look at the research conducted at DIKU, be motivated you to follow your interest in computer science and be inspired when choosing a subject for your bachelors project. The lectures are addressed to DIKU bachelor students – however, everyone is welcome.