Publications @ CHI 2021

We are happy to present you this year’s contributions from the German HCI labs to CHI 2021! Feel free to browse our list of publications: There are 53 full papers (including one Best Paper and five Honorable Mentions), 16 LBWs, and many demonstrations, workshops, or other interesting publications. Please send us a mail if you feel that your paper is missing or to correct any entries.


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A Closer Look at Machine Learning Code

Thomas Weber (LMU Munich), Christina Winiker (LMU Munich), Heinrich Hußmann (LMU Munich)

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A Study on the Size of Tangible Organ-Shaped Controllers for Exploring Medical Data in VR

Anke V. Reinschluessel (Universität Bremen), Thomas Muender (Universität Bremen), Tanja Döring (Universität Bremen), Verena Uslar (Universitätsklinik für Viszeralchirurgie), Thomas Lück (cirp GmbH), Dirk Weyhe (Universitätsklinik für Viszeralchirurgie), Andrea Schenk (Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS), Rainer Malaka (Universität Bremen)

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A Study on the Size of Tangible Organ-Shaped Controllers for Exploring Medical Data in VR

ActPad – A Smart Desk Platform to Enable User Interaction with IoT Devices

Sarah Delgado Rodriguez (Bundeswehr University Munich, LMU Munich), Sarah Prange (Bundeswehr University Munich, LMU Munich), Lukas Mecke (Bundeswehr University Munich, LMU Munich), Florian Alt (Bundeswehr University Munich)

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ActPad – A Smart Desk Platform to Enable User Interaction with IoT Devices

Ethical User Interfaces: Exploring the Effects of Dark Patterns on Facebook

Thomas Mildner (University of Bremen), Gian-Luca Savino (Human-Computer Interaction)

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Ethical User Interfaces: Exploring the Effects of Dark Patterns on Facebook

Fake Moods: Can Users Trick an Emotion-Aware VoiceBot?

Yong Ma (LMU Munich), Heiko Drewes (LMU Munich), Andreas Butz (LMU Munich)

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HaRT - The Virtual Reality Hand Redirection Toolkit

André Zenner (Saarland University & DFKI), Hannah Maria Kriegler (Saarland University & DFKI), Antonio Krüger (Saarland University & DFKI)

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HaRT - The Virtual Reality Hand Redirection Toolkit

Investigating Document Layout and Placement Strategies for Collaborative Sensemaking in Augmented Reality

Weizhou Luo (Interactive Media Lab Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden), Anke Lehmann (Interactive Media Lab Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden), Yushan Yang (Interactive Media Lab Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden), Raimund Dachselt (Interactive Media Lab Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden)

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Investigating Document Layout and Placement Strategies for Collaborative Sensemaking in Augmented Reality

Investigating Simple Privacy Indicators for Supporting Users when Installing New Mobile Apps

Alina Stöver (Technical University of Darmstadt), Nina Gerber (Technical University of Darmstadt), Sushma Kaushik (Technical University of Darmstadt), Max Mühlhäuser (Technical University of Darmstadt), Karola Marky (University of Glasgow, Technical University of Darmstadt)

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LYLO – Exploring Disclosed Configurations for Inter-Personal Location Sharing

Christina Schneegass (LMU Munich), Diana Irmscher (LMU Munich), Florian Bemmann (LMU Munich), Daniel Buschek (University of Bayreuth)

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LYLO – Exploring Disclosed Configurations for Inter-Personal Location Sharing

MEMEography: Understanding Users Through Internet Memes

Annika Kaltenhauser (Ergosign GmbH & LMU Munich), Nađa Terzimehić (LMU Munich), Andreas Butz (LMU Munich)

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MEMEography: Understanding Users Through Internet Memes

On Ubiquitous Technology, a Digital World and their Influence on People's Feeling and Control of Presence in Everyday Life

Nađa Terzimehić (LMU Munich), Ceenu George (LMU Munich), Renate Häuslschmid (University of Freiburg), Heinrich Hussmann (LMU Munich)

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On Ubiquitous Technology, a Digital World and their Influence on People's Feeling and Control of Presence in Everyday Life

Potential of Wrist-worn Vibrotactile Feedback to Enhance the Perception of Virtual Objects during Mid-air Gestures

Michael Kronester (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt), Andreas Riener (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt), Teo Babic (BMW Group)

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Potential of Wrist-worn Vibrotactile Feedback to Enhance the Perception of Virtual Objects during Mid-air Gestures

Quantified Cycling Safety: Towards a Mobile Sensing Platform to Understand Perceived Safety of Cyclists

Andrii Matviienko (Technical University of Darmstadt), Florian Heller (Hasselt University), Bastian Pfleging (Eindhoven University of Technology)

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Quantified Cycling Safety: Towards a Mobile Sensing Platform to Understand Perceived Safety of Cyclists

Think Harder! Investigating the Effect of Password Strength on Cognitive Load during Password Creation

Yasmeen Abdrabou (Bundeswehr University Munich), Yomna Abdelrahman (Bundeswehr University Munich), Mohamed Khamis (University of Glasgow), Florian Alt (Bundeswehr University Munich)

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VirtualLadder: Using Interactive Projections for Agility Ladder Training

Felix Kosmalla (DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus), Fabian Hupperich (Saarland Informatics Campus), Anke Hirsch (DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus), Florian Daiber (DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus), Antonio Krüger (DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus)

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VirtualLadder: Using Interactive Projections for Agility Ladder Training

VRtangibles: Assisting Children in Creating Virtual Scenes using Tangible Objects and Touch Input

Andrii Matviienko (Technical University of Darmstadt), Marcel Langer (Technical University of Darmstadt), Florian Müller (Technical University of Darmstadt), Martin Schmitz (Technical University of Darmstadt), Max Mühlhäuser (Technical University of Darmstadt)

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VRtangibles: Assisting Children in Creating Virtual Scenes using Tangible Objects and Touch Input