PDA was part of the MuC again, the annual German flagship conference on Human-Computer-Interaction and Usability.

At this year´s Mensch und Computer conference, Andreas Schmid, Alexander Kalus and Vitus Maierhöfer organized the 16th workshop "Be-greifbare Interaktion" (Tangible Interaction).

In the workshop Nicole Schönwerth and Martina Emmert presented their contribution How Do Users Like Their Tangibles? — An Exploration of Interaction Techniques for Data Transfer with Everyday Objects and Andreas Schmid presented his work From Trash to Treasure: Experiences from Building Tangible Artifacts out of Discarded Components.

Martina Emmert and Andreas Schmid further presented the paper CoShare: a Multi-Pointer Collaborative Screen Sharing Tool during the conference's poster session and won the vote for the best short paper award!

Andreas Schmid also presented the full paper Influence of Annotation Media on Proof-Reading Tasks.