Malte Weiß
HCI Research · Software Development

This page summarizes the research that I conducted in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Click on the projects for detailed information.

PhD Thesis

Bringing Haptic General-Purpose Controls
to Interactive Tabletops

(2007-2012)

My PhD thesis deals with improving haptic feedback on interactive tabletops.
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Interactive Tabletops

SLAP Widgets
(2008-2009)

SLAP Widgets are haptic general-purpose controls for interactive tabletops
Madgets
(2009-2010)

Madgets are general-purpose controls for interactive tabletops providing a bidirectional communication between software and physical objects.
BendDesk
(2009-2012)

BendDesk is a vision of a future desk that provides a curved multi-touch screen.
Tabletop design pattern language
(2009-2010)

A pattern language for the development and design of interactive tabletops
FingerFlux
(2011)

FingerFlux is an haptic output method that provides haptic feedback above a touch-surfaces
Dynamic Portals
(2011)

Dynamic Portals is a lightweight interaction technique to transfer digital objects across long distances on interactive tabletops.

Virtual Reality

HoloDesk
(2011-2012)

HoloDesk is an interactive Virtual Reality system enabling users to interact with 3D objects without requiring user instrumentation

Media

DRAGON
(2007-2008)

DRAGON is a direct manipulation technique for precise in-scene video navigation

Public Interactive Exhibits

Aachener Frieden
(2008-2012)

Aachener Frieden is an interactive exhibit in the city hall of Aachen.
Developed by Malte Weiß — Impressum