Gaze-Assisted Scalable Interaction in Pervasive Classrooms

Gaze-Assisted Scalable Interaction in Pervasive Classrooms

Principal Investigators

Prof. Dr Anke Huckauf, Ulm University, Germany
Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio, Ulm University, Germany

The project is concerned with scalable multi-device interaction paradigms and scalable multi-user interaction paradigms in pervasive computing environments. We hereby focus on the design of scalable interaction paradigms and develop methods of how we can assess the effectiveness, efficiency, and user satisfaction of interactive systems in pervasive environments.
These fields of research are addressed from two different perspectives: From a psychological view, we examine how we can define specific indicators from eye measures that allow us to assess users’ mental states during the interaction with several devices and users. From a computer science view, we research how to design effective, efficient, and satisfying scalable gaze-based interaction techniques.