Physical-Digital Affordances Group, University of Regensburg

About

The junior research group “Physical Affordances for Digital Media and Workflows” at the University of Regensburg is led by Dr. Raphael Wimmer. It explores how the unique affordances of physical and digital media can be combined to enhance knowledge work and workflows (more about our goals).

This project is funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Science and the Arts and coordinated by the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation (bidt). From 2017 to 2020, the project was funded in the context of the Centre Digitisation.Bavaria (ZD.B).

The group is associated with the Institute of Information and Media, Language and Culture (I:IMSK) and the Chair of Media Informatics at the University of Regensburg.

News

2021-04-10: PDA group at Workshop on Esports and High Performance HCI 2021

Andreas Schmid will present a short paper on a new method for measuring end-to-end latency at the first Workshop on Esports and High Performance HCI, co-located with CHI'21. Further information on can be found on the project page. (more...)

2021-03-22: Cooperation with Industrial Design Students from OTH Regensburg

The results of the course “Pleasing Objects”, that was offered last winter semester as part of the Industrial Design programme at the faculty of architecture at OTH Regensburg in cooperation with VIGITIA, are now being presented on a website. (more...)

2021-02-16: DotTrack at TEI 2021

We will present our paper Dothraki: Tracking Tangibles Atop Tabletops Through De-Bruijn Tori at TEI 2021 conference. Further information on can be found on the DotTrack project page. (more...)

2020-12-03: Kick-off: Cooperation with the Industrial Design students at OTH Regensburg

As part of the cooperation with the elective course “Pleasing Objects” in the Industrial Design program of the Faculty of Architecture at the OTH Regensburg, we had the pleasure to welcome fourteen students together with their lecturer Katharina Scheidig to the virtual demo show and to give an insight into the current status of the VIGITIA project. (more...)

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