Vitus Maierhöfer

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Vitus Maierhöfer is currently working as a researcher in the BMBF-funded project VIGITIA.

Project: CovPass-Scanner (2021 - 2022)

Dedicated hardware for covid certificate scanning.


Project: BirdsEye: Capturing top-view images of tabletop usage (2020-05-01 - )

A toolkit for capturing and analyzing tabletop usage.


Project: Prototype deployment in the gastronomy room of the Degginger (2021-02-23 - )

Imagine you go out to eat and an “intelligent” table shows you the menu and informs you about the origin of the products. Or lets you bridge the waiting time for your meal with a little game. Soon, a VIGITIA prototype will turn these and other ideas into reality in the event and gastronomy room.


Project: Input Device Latency (2017 - )

Measuring and understanding latency of input devices


Project: Latency Measurement (2017 - )

Measuring and understanding latency of computer systems


Project: Vigitia Meets Degginger 2.0 (September 2021) (2021-09-20 - 2021-09-25)

From September 20 to 25, 2021, we presented three prototypes to an interested public at Regensburg's Degginger Cultural and Creative Center. The primary goals of the exhibition were to generate ideas for further application scenarios and use cases, user research, public relations and science communication.


Project: VIGITIA meets Degginger 3.0 (March 2022) (2022-03-15 - 2022-03-19)

From March 15 to 19, 2021, we presented three prototypes to an interested public at Regensburg's Degginger Cultural and Creative Center. The primary goals of the exhibition were to generate ideas for further application scenarios and use cases, user research, public relations and science communication.