The 7th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
Munich, Germany
6-8 June, 2018

Program

Paper presentation slots are 15 Minutes

 


Detailed Program

Wednesday, June 6, LMU Munich, Frauenlobstr. 7A

9:00

Registration opens

10:00 - 17:00

Tutorials

Tutorial 1: Displays Everywhere: An Introduction to Augmented Reality Tutorial 1

Pascal Knierim (LMU Munich, Germany)

Tutorial 2: Introduction to Augmented Reality and practical examples mobile augmented Reality based on HTML Tutorial 2

Jakob Karolus (LMU Munich, Germany), Matthias Hoppe (LMU Munich, Germany)

Tutorial 3: Foundations of interactive Pervasive Display Systems: Understanding the future of digital signage Tutorial 3

Prof. Florian Alt (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany), M.Sc. Mohamed Khamis (LMU Munich, Germany)

Tutorial 4: Intelligent Interactive Systems – an Introduction to Machine Learning for Human-Computer Interaction Tutorial 4

Sven Mayer (University of Stuttgart, Germany), Huy Viet Le (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

17:30-19:00

Lab Reception including Demos


Thursday, June 7, München Highlight Towers - Design Offices

8:00

Registration opens

9:00-9:10

Opening

9:10-10:00

10:00-10:30

Break

Demos can be setup during this break.

10:30-12:30

SESSION I: Large Displays and Design Strategies

Applying the Cumulative Fatigue Model to Interaction on Large, Multi-Touch Displays

Zhe Liu, Daniel Vogel, and Jim Wallace

Design Strategies for Overcoming Failures on Public Interactive Displays

Callum Parker, Marius Hoggenmüller and Martin Tomitsch

ShapelineGuide -- Teaching Mid-Air Gesture for Large Interactive Displays

Florian Alt, Sabrina Geiger and Wolfgang Höhl

SlideTalk: Encouraging User Engagement with Slideshow Displays

Jake Patterson and Sarah Clinch

Space is Part of the Product: Using AttrakDiff to Identify Spatial Impact on User Experience with Media Façades

Patrick Tobias Fischer, Saskia Kuliga, Mark Eisenberg and Ibni Amin

Using Pervasive Displays to Aid Student Recall - Reflections on a Campus-Wide Trial

Mateusz Mikusz, Sarah Clinch, Peter Shaw, Nigel Davies and Petteri Nurmi

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-15:10

SESSION II: Display Applications and Interfaces

Car Exterior Surface Displays: An in-the-Wild Evaluation

Ashley Colley, Jonna Häkkilä, Meri-Tuulia Forsman, Bastian Pfleging and Florian Alt

Investigating User Preferences for Windshield Displays in Automated Vehicles

Andreas Riegler, Philipp Wintersberger, Andreas Riener and Clemens Holzmann

Exploring Vibrotactile and Peripheral Cues for Spatial Attention Guidance

Tim Claudius Stratmann, Andreas Loecken, Uwe Gruenefeld, Wilko Heuten and Susanne Boll

Investigation of an Ambient and Pervasive Smart Wall Calendar with Event Suggestions

Alexandra Voit, Rufat Rzayev, Dominik Weber and Niels Henze

Vibrotactile Alarm Display for Critical Care

Vanessa Cobus, Bastian Ehrhardt, Susanne Boll and Wilko Heuten

15:10-15:30

Poster and Demos Introduction

15:30-17:00

Posters/Demo Session and Coffee

from 19:00

Social Event: Augustiner am Platzl
A map with directions to Augustiner am Platzl.

Address: Orlandostraße 5, 80331 München


Friday, June 8, München Highlight Towers - Design Offices

8:00

Registration opens

9:00-9:45

9:45-10:15

Break & Posters/Demos

10:15-12:15

SESSION III: Novel Displays and Installations

An 1834 Mediterranean garden in Berlin, engaged from 2004, 2019, 2032, and 2202

Brygg Ullmer, Philip Paar, Liviu Coconu, Jing Lyu, Miriam Konkel and Christian Hege

FlyMap: Interacting with Maps Projected from a Drone

Anke M. Brock, Julia Chatain, Michelle Park, Tommy Fang, Martin Hachet, James A. Landay and Jessica R. Cauchard

Ice as an Interactive Visualization Material: a Design Space

Ashley Colley, Antti-Jussi Yliharju, Jonna Häkkilä

Levitating Particle Displays with Interactive Voxels

Euan Freeman, Julie Williamson, Praxitelis Kourtelos and Stephen Brewster

Plantxel: Towards a Plant-based Controllable Display

Vito Gentile, Salvatore Sorce, Ivan Elhart and Fabrizio Milazzo

Welcoming the Orange Collars: Robotics Performance in Daily Life City Environment

Ecem Ergin, Andre Afonso and Ava Fatah Gen. Schieck

12:15-13:30

Lunch

13:30-15:10

SESSION IV: Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Display Awareness

Designing Low-Res Lighting Displays as Ambient Gateways to Smart Devices

Marius Hoggenmueller, Alexander Wiethoff and Martin Tomitsch

Exploring networked message signs as a new medium for urban communication

Rui José, André Pinheiro and Helena Rodrigues

FlyingARrow: Pointing Towards Out-of-View Objects on Augmented Reality Devices

Uwe Gruenefeld, Daniel Lange, Lasse Hammer, Susanne Boll and Wilko Heuten

Modeling and Understanding User Behavior around Public Head-Mounted Displays

Christian Mai and Mohamed Khamis

Smart Jewelry: Augmenting Traditional Wearable Self-Expression Displays

Ashley Colley, Inka Rantala, Jonna Häkkilä

15:10-16:00

Closing


Wed, June 6: Tutorials

As it has become customary for PerDis, we will again offer a two in-depth tutorials on the first day of the symposium. The tutorials will take place on June 6.

Introduction to Augmented Reality and practical examples with the Microsoft HoloLens
Pascal Knierim (LMU Munich, Germany)

The course will start with an introduction to augmented reality basics and concepts (joint with tutorial 2). There will be practical examples and hands on experience of how to create immersive augmented reality application using the Microsoft HoloLens.

Introduction to Augmented Reality and practical examples mobile augmented Reality based on HTML
Jakob Karolus (LMU Munich, Germany), Matthias Hoppe (LMU Munich, Germany)

The course will start with an introduction to augmented reality basics and concepts (joint with tutorial 1). Additionally there will be practical examples of how to create an engaging augmented reality solution using HTML on mobile devices, in particular phones and tablets. Such applications run – without additional apps just in the browser – on most devices currently in the market.

Foundations of interactive Pervasive Display Systems: Understanding the future of digital signage
Prof. Florian Alt (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany), M.Sc. Mohamed Khamis (LMU Munich, Germany)

The course will introduce the foundation and concepts of pervasive display systems with a focus on user engagement, interaction, and evaluation. Furthermore, the course will include practical exercises on conception, designing, and studying pervasive display systems and feature a session on gaze-based interation with pervasive displays. The course will be based on “Davies, Nigel, Sarah Clinch, and Florian Alt. "Pervasive displays: understanding the future of digital signage." Synthesis Lectures on Mobile and Pervasive Computing 8.1 (2014): 1-128.”
Attendees are strongly encouraged to submit a max. one-page description of their ongoing research in the area of pervasive displays with a particular focus on the main challenges (email to Florian Alt (florian.alt@unibw.de) on or before 3rd June 2018).

Schedule (tentative):
10:00 - 11:30 Welcome & Introduction to pervasive displays
11:30 - 12:00 Coffee Break
12:00 - 13:00 How to evaluate pervasive displays
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 - 15:30 Practical Exercise
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:00 Introduction to Gaze-based interaction with pervasive displays & case studies

Intelligent Interactive Systems – an Introduction to Machine Learning for Human-Computer Interaction
Sven Mayer (University of Stuttgart, Germany), Huy Viet Le (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

In this course, we will provide a hands-on introduction to machine learning for developing intelligent interactive systems. Participants will learn how to develop neural network architectures, train them, and run the trained models. Moreover, they will export the models to deploy them on a mobile device. Participants will use Keras to implement a neural network and experiment with it during the tutorial.


Thu, June 7: Keynote "Saturated Display Environments"

Prof. Nigel Davis
Data Science Institute at Lancaster University, UK

Digital signage and pervasive displays have been the subject of intense research for many years, led in part by the work of the PerDis community. To date, most research has focused on user engagement with sparse display networks in which users interact infrequently with small numbers of displays. However, we are living in a world in which our physical spaces are becoming increasingly enriched with computing technology including pervasive displays. In this talk I will focus on the natural end-point of this trend and consider the case when displays become truly ubiquitous and saturate our physical environments, using as motivation a state-of-the-art display deployment in which mobile users navigating a space are simultaneously exposed to many hundreds of displays within their field of view. Such saturated display environments present an entirely new set of research challenges and opportunities that I will explore, focusing in particular on providing analytics that capture user interaction with these systems.

Nigel Davies is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Co-Director of the Data Science Institute at Lancaster University. He has held visiting positions at Sony Electronics, Google Research, ETH Zurich, CMU and most recently Università della Svizzera italiana. In addition, Nigel has served as CTO for an SME creating novel IoT systems for the highways sector. His work is in the area of pervasive computing including systems support for new forms of data capture and interaction and is characterized by an experimental approach involving large-scale deployments of novel systems with end-users. Nigel has chaired many of the major conferences in the field, is a former editor of IEEE Pervasive Computing and an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing. He was the coordinator for the FET-OPEN PD-NET project that first proposed the idea of open display networks.



Fri, June 8: Keynote "Serious Games and Gamification for Augmented Reality"

Prof. Gudrun Klinker
Technical University Munich, Germany

As new display and tracking technology for virtual and augmented reality is emerging in great strides, it becomes increasingly important to investigate the usability and their user experience in applications. Gaming provides many very good scenarios for testing novel user experiences. Via gamification, these may be brought back into a wide range of applications. This presentation will discuss and analyze opportunities and challenges of providing user experiences for live experimentation in AR and VR settings.



Thu-Fri, June 7-8: Accepted Papers

Exploring Vibrotactile and Peripheral Cues for Spatial Attention Guidance
Tim Claudius Stratmann, Andreas Loecken, Uwe Gruenefeld, Wilko Heuten, Susanne Boll

Space is Part of the Product: Using AttrakDiff to Identify Spatial Impact on User Experience with Media Façades
Patrick Tobias Fischer, Saskia Kuliga, Mark Eisenberg, Ibni Amin

Designing Low-Res Lighting Displays as Ambient Gateways to Smart Devices
Marius Hoggenmueller, Alexander Wiethoff, Martin Tomitsch

FlyMap: Interacting with Maps Projected from a Drone
Anke M. Brock, Julia Chatain, Michelle Park, Tommy Fang, Martin Hachet, James A. Landay, Jessica R. Cauchard

Levitating Particle Displays with Interactive Voxels
Euan Freeman, Julie Williamson, Praxitelis Kourtelos, Stephen Brewster

Public HMDs: Modeling and Understanding User Behavior around Public Head-Mounted Displays
Christian Mai, Mohamed Khamis

Car Exterior Surface Displays: Exploration in a Real-World Context
Ashley Colley, Jonna Häkkilä, Meri-Tuulia Forsman, Bastian Pfleging, Florian Alt

FlyingARrow: Pointing Towards Out-of-View Objects on Augmented Reality Devices
Uwe Gruenefeld, Daniel Lange, Lasse Hammer, Susanne Boll, Wilko Heuten

Using Pervasive Displays to Aid Student Recall - Reflections on a Campus-Wide Trial
Mateusz Mikusz, Sarah Clinch, Peter Shaw, Nigel Davies, Petteri Nurmi

SlideTalk: Encouraging User Engagement with Slideshow Displays
Jake Patterson, Sarah Clinch

Exploring networked message signs as a new medium for urban communication
Rui José, André Pinheiro, Helena Rodrigues

Investigating User Preferences for Windshield Displays in Automated Vehicles
Andreas Riegler, Philipp Wintersberger, Andreas Riener, Clemens Holzmann

Vibrotactile Alarm Display for Critical Care
Vanessa Cobus, Bastian Ehrhardt, Susanne Boll, Wilko Heuten

ShapelineGuide – Teaching Mid-Air Gesture for Large Interactive Displays
Florian Alt, Sabrina Geiger, Wolfgang Höhl

Plantxel: Towards a Plant-based Controllable Display
Vito Gentile, Salvatore Sorce, Ivan Elhart, Fabrizio Milazzo

Design Strategies for Overcoming Failures on Public Interactive Displays
Callum Parker, Marius Hoggenmüller, Martin Tomitsch

Applying the Cumulative Fatigue Model to Interaction on Large, Multi-Touch Displays
Zhe Liu, Daniel Vogel, Jim Wallace

Smart Jewelry: Augmenting Traditional Wearable Self-Expression Displays
Ashley Colley, Inka Rantala, Jonna Häkkilä

Investigation of an Ambient and Pervasive Smart Wall Calendar with Event Suggestions
Alexandra Voit, Rufat Rzayev, Dominik Weber, Niels Henze

Welcoming the Orange Collars: Robotic Performance in Everyday City Life
Fatma Ergin, Andre Afonso, Ava Fatah Gen. Schieck

An 1834 Mediterranean garden in Berlin - Engaged from 2004, 2019, 2032, and 2202
Brygg Ullmer, Philip Paar, Liviu Coconu, Jing Lyu, Miriam Konkel, Christian Hege

Ice as an Interactive Visualization Material: a Design Space
Ashley Colley, Antti-Jussi Yliharju, Jonna Häkkilä



Accepted Demonstrations

Demos can be setup during break and lunch. Thursday between 10:30 - 11:00 and 12:30 - 14:00.

A Smartphone-Based Tangible Interaction Approach for Landscape Visualization
Liviu Coconu, Brygg Ullmer, Philip Paar, Jing Lyu, Miriam Konkel and Hans-Christian Hege

COMB - A Modular Low-Resolution Display to Support Electronic Musical Pre-Education
Beat Rossmy and Alexander Wiethoff

Demo: Vibrotactile Alarm Display for Critical Care
Vanessa Cobus, Bastian Ehrhardt, Susanne Boll and Wilko Heuten

EyeSeeX: Visualization of Out-of-View Objects on Small Field-of-View Augmented and Virtual Reality Devices
Uwe Gruenefeld, Dana Hsiao and Wilko Heuten

An AR-method for documenting LEGO Serious Play models
Jonas Herbert and Thomas Herrmann

Towards Multi-touch Learning Applications in Collaborative Education
Matthias Ehlenz, René Roepke and Ulrik Schroeder

Using Pervasive Displays to Aid Student Recall - Reflections on a Campus-Wide Trial
Mateusz Mikusz, Sarah Clinch, Peter Shaw, Nigel Davies, Petteri Nurmi


Accepted Posters

A Multi-user Interactive Public Display with Dynamic Layout Optimization
Yoshio Matsuda and Takashi Komuro

On the Suitability of Real-Time Assessment of Programming Proficiency using Gaze Properties
Calvin Liang, Jakob Karolus, Thomas Kosch and Albrecht Schmidt

An AR-method for documenting LEGO Serious Play models
Jonas Herbert and Thomas Herrmann

Ecological Invitation to Engage with Public Displays
Salvatore Sorce, Vito Gentile and Davide Rocchesso

Oz's Fitting Room: Fashion Coordination Support System by Digital Signage and Human-driven Virtual Agent
Masahumi Muta, Yuka Ishikawa, Toshimasa Yamanaka and Soh Masuko

Exploring Usability and Accessibility of Avatar-based Touchless Gestural Interfaces for Autistic People
Salvatore Sorce, Vito Gentile, Debora Oliveto, Rossella Barraco, Alessio Malizia and Antonio Gentile

Snow Wall as an Interactive Display in Urban Environment
Antti-Jussi Yliharju, Taro Mori and Jonna Häkkilä

Proficiency-Aware Systems: Adapting to the User’s Skills and Expertise
Jakob Karolus and Albrecht Schmidt

Towards Multi-touch Learning Applications in Collaborative Education
Matthias Ehlenz, René Roepke and Ulrik Schroeder

Proceedings
PerDis'18 proceedings material is now available at the ACM Digital Library

Important Dates

Papers
  • Submission: February 09, 2018
  • Abstract Registration: February 16, 2018
  • Abstract Registration (extended): February 23, 2018
  • Submission (extended): February 23, 2018
  • Notification: March 23, 2018
  • Camera-Ready: April 13, 2018
  • Submit to PerDis 2018

Demos, Posters, Arts & Videos
  • Submission: April 12, 2018
  • Submission (extended): April 19, 2018 23:59 GMT
  • Notification: April 25, 2018
  • Camera-Ready: April 30, 2018
  • Submit to PerDis 2018
Symposium
  • Tutorials: 6 June
  • Main Symposium: 6-8 June



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Contact Address


Prof. Dr. Albrecht Schmidt
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics
Frauenlobstr. 7a
80337 Munich
Germany

Tel. +49 89218072331
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Previous Symposia

2017: The 6th International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
Università della Svizzera italiana (USI), Lugano, Switzerland
2016: The 5th International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland
2015: The 4th International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Saarbrücken, Germany
2014: The 3rd International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
2013: The 2nd International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
Google, Mountain View, CA, USA
2012: The 1st International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
University of Minho, Porto, Portugal