Physical-Digital Affordances Group, University of Regensburg


The Physical-Digital Affordances Group at the University of Regensburg explores how the unique affordances of physical and digital media can be combined to enhance knowledge work and workflows (more about our goals).

The group is associated with the Chair of Media Informatics within the Department of Informatics and Data Science. It is led by Dr. Raphael Wimmer.


2021-06-11: Workshop: Methodologies for code in ethnographic research. From theory to practice

Together with colleagues from LMU Munich, University of Bonn and Toyo University Sarah Thanner is co-organizing a workshop that discusses ethnographic methods for researching computer code. The workshop will take place on July 2nd and July 3rd. Further information can be found on the website of the commission Digitalisierung im Alltag (Digitalization in everyday life). (more...)

2021-05-08: Sketchable Interaction at CHI21

We will present our paper Sketchable Interaction: Drawing User Interfaces with Interactive Regions as an Interactivity (Demo) at CHI2021 conference. Further information can be found on the Sketchable Interaction page. (more...)

The results report of the pop-up science exhibition “Interactive Tables in Everyday Life - Vigitia meets Degginger” (September 2020) is now online. (more...)

The result report of the online survey “Table use in everyday life” (06.04.2020-18.08.2020) within the VIGITIA project is now online. (more...)

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