Program

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Monday Nov. 2 Tuesday Nov. 3 Wednesday Nov. 4
9:00 Opening Keynote: Doug Bowman Applications II Avatars
9:30
10:00 break break break
10:30 Haptics Interaction techniques II Displays & Perception
11:00
11:30 break break break
12:00 Posters/Demos 1 Posters/Demos 2 Posters/Demos 3
12:30
13:00
13:30 Applications I 3D Reconstruction & Vision Closing keynote: Mary Whitton
14:00
14:30 break break
15:00 Interaction techniques I Collaboration
15:30
16:00

Keynote Speakers

  • Doug Bowman
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

Preparing for an Always-On Augmented Reality Future

Future AR glasses will support all-day use, making them applicable to everyday information access and interaction tasks. AR research has helped get us to this point, through technical advances such as inside-out vision-based tracking. But technical achievements alone are insufficient to ensure that always-on AR systems will be productive, usable, useful, and satisfying. We must also design effective methods for interacting with and managing AR content, and we must understand the effects of always-on AR, on both individuals and societies. In this talk, I will present a vision of future everyday AR uses, and discuss recent user experience research aimed at enabling this vision. Our research objectives include the design of interaction techniques that make information access through AR more convenient and usable than today's smartphones and smartwatches, while at the same time not distracting users from what's going on in the real world around them.
  • Mary Whitton
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Seeing and Touching: Hands in VR

Since the earliest days of virtual reality two of the biggest challenges have been enabling the user to interact naturally with elements in the virtual world and enabling the user to feel and touch objects in that world. In the real world, most people use their hands to initiate and control interactions and depend on the physical properties of objects to trigger the touching sensation. In an immersive virtual environment, we have only data from sensors and possibly passive haptics to use to simulate seeing our hands and touching solid objects. In this talk I’ll look back at research involving hands, haptics, and visual dominance as it led up to the question of whether what you see is what you feel—redirected touching.

Detailed Schedule

Monday - November 2

10:30 - 11:30
Haptics
DualVib: Simulating Haptic Sensation of Dynamic Mass by Combining Pseudo-Force and Texture Feedback (1031)
Yudai Tanaka (University of Chicago, United States), Arata Horie (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Xiang 'Anthony' Chen (UCLA, United States)
Docking Haptics: Dynamic Combinations of Grounded and Worn Devices (1101)
Anthony Steed (University College London, United Kingdom), Sebastian Friston (University College London, United Kingdom), Vijay Pawar (University College london, United Kingdom), David Swapp (University College London, United Kingdom)
VRSketchPen: Unconstrained Haptic Assistance for Sketching in Virtual 3D Environments (1153)
Hesham Elsayed (TU Darmstadt, Germany), Mayra Barrera Machuca (Simon Fraser University, Canada), Christian Schaarschmidt (TU Darmstadt, Germany), Karola Marky (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany), Florian Müller (TU Darmstadt, Germany), Jan Riemann (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany), Andrii Matviienko (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany), Martin Schmitz (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany), Martin Weigel (Honda Research Institute Europe, Germany), Max Mühlhäuser (TU Darmstadt, Germany)
The Impact of Missing Fingers in Virtual Reality (1076)
Martin Kocur (Universität Regensburg, Germany), Sarah Graf (University of Regensburg, Germany), Valentin Schwind (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
13:30 - 14:30
Applications I
Moving Virtual Reality out of its Comfort Zone and Into the African Kalahari Desert Field: Experiences From Technological Co-Exploration With an Indigenous San Community in Namibia (1052)
Kasper Rodil (Aalborg University, Denmark), Donovan Maasz (Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia), Heike Winschiers-Theophilus (Namibia University of Sceince and Technology, Namibia)
Investigating Immersive Virtual Reality as an Educational Tool for Quantum Computing (1071)
Alexander Zable (The University of Melbourne, Australia), Lloyd Hollenberg (The University of Melbourne, Australia), Eduardo Velloso (University of Melbourne, Australia), Jorge Goncalves (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Characterizing In-Air Eyes-Free Typing Movements in VR (1104)
Hyunjae Gil (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea), Yonghwan Shin (UNIST, Republic of Korea), Hyungki Son (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Republic of Korea), Inwook Hwang (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Republic of Korea), Ian Oakley (UNIST, Republic of Korea), Jin Ryong Kim (University of Texas at Dallas, United States)
Virtual Reality in Computer Science Education: A Systematic Review (1115)
Johanna Pirker (TU Graz, Austria), Andreas Dengel (University of Würzburg, Germany), Michael Holly (TU Graz, Austria), Saeed Safikhani (Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science, Austria)
15:00 - 16:00
Interaction techniques I
Virtual Navigation considering User Workspace: Automatic and Manual Positioning before Teleportation (1032)
Yiran Zhang (Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, LIMSI, VENISE team , France), Nicolas Ladeveze (Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, LIMSI, France), Huyen Nguyen (Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, LIMSI, VENISE team, France), Cedric Fleury (Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Inria, LRI, France), Patrick Bourdot (Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, LIMSI, VENISE team, France)
Towards Physically Interactive Virtual Environments: Reactive Alignment with Redirected Walking (1065)
Jerald Thomas (University of Minnesota, United States), Courtney Hutton Pospick (University of Minnesota, United States), Evan Suma Rosenberg (University of Minnesota, United States)
Evaluating Automatic Parameter Control Methods for Locomotion in Multiscale Virtual Environment (1081)
Jong-In Lee (Simon Fraser University, Canada), Paul Asente (Adobe, United States), Byungmoon Kim (Adobe Inc., United States), Yeojin Kim (Adobe Systems Incorporated, Republic of Korea), Wolfgang Stuerzlinger (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Effects of Synchronized Leg Motion in Walk-in-Place for Enhanced Body Ownership and Sense of Presence in VR (1116)
Juyoung Lee (Korea University, Republic of Korea), Myungho Lee (Pusan National University, Republic of Korea), Gerard Kim (Korea University, Republic of Korea), Jae-In Hwang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)

Tuesday - November 3

09:00 - 10:00
Applications II
Virtual Projection Planes: Visual Verification of Photogrammetric 3D Reconstructions (1125)
Ephraim Schott (Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Germany), Alexander Kulik (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany), Bernd Froehlich (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany)
Body LayARs: A Toolkit for Body-Based Augmented Reality (1128)
Henning Pohl (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Tor-Salve Dalsgaard (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Vesa Krasniqi (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Kasper Hornbæk (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
CorFix: Virtual Reality Cardiac Surgical Planning System forDesigning Patient Specific Vascular Grafts (1148)
Byeol Kim (University of Maryland, United States), Phong Nguyen (University of Maryland, United States), Pratham Nar (University of Maryland, United States), Xiaolong Liu (University of Maryland, United States), Yue-Hin Loke (Children's National Hospital, United States), Paige Mass (Children's National Hospital, United States), Narutoshi Hibino (The University of Chicago Medicine, United States), Laura Olivieri (Childen's National Hospital, United States), Axel Krieger (University of Maryland, United States)
A call for auditable Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality (1172)
Richard Cloete (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom), Chris Norval (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom), Jat Singh (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
10:30 - 11:30
Interaction techniques II
Effect of Cognitive Load on Curvature Redirected Walking Thresholds (1158)
Anh Nguyen (Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland), Yannick Rothacher (University of Zurich, Switzerland), Evdokia Efthymiou (University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland), Bigna Lenggenhager (University of Zurich, Switzerland), Peter Brugger (Valens Rehabilitation Center, Switzerland), Lukas Imbach (University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland), Andreas Kunz (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
The Effects of Visual Realism on Spatial Memory and Exploration Patterns in Virtual Reality (1164)
Jiawei Huang (Pennsylvania State University, United States), Alexander Klippel (Pennsylvania State University, United States)
Eye-Hand Coordination Training for Sports with Mid-air VR (1050)
Anil Ufuk Batmaz (Simon Fraser University, Canada), Xintian Sun (School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Canada), Dogu Taskiran (Stambol Studios Inc., Canada), Wolfgang Stuerzlinger (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Empirical Evaluation of Multimodal Gaze and Manual Interaction with Menus in Virtual Reality (1119)
Ken Pfeuffer (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany), Lukas Mecke (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany), Sarah Delgado Rodriguez (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany), Mariam Hassib (Usable Security and Privacy Group, Germany), Hannah Maier (LMU Munich, Germany), Florian Alt (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany)
13:30 - 14:30
3D Reconstruction & Vision
Temporal Consistent Motion Parallax for Omnidirectional Stereo Panorama Video (1042)
Moritz Muehlhausen (TU Braunschweig, Germany), Moritz Kappel (Institut für Computergraphik, Germany), Marc Kassubeck (TU Braunschweig, Germany), Paul Bittner (Institut für Computergraphik, Germany), Susana Castillo (TU Braunschweig, Germany), Marcus Magnor (Institut für Computergraphik, Germany)
Capture to Rendering Pipeline for Generating Dynamically Relightable Virtual Objects with Handheld RGB-D Cameras (1152)
Chih-Fan Chen (Institution of Creative Technologies, United States), Evan Suma Rosenberg (University of Minnesota, United States)
Investigating Effects and User Preferences of Extra- and Intradiegetic Virtual Reality Questionnaires (1037)
Nadine Wagener (University of Bremen, Germany), Mareike Stamer (Volkswagen AG, Germany), Johannes Schöning (University of Bremen, Germany), Johannes Tümler (Hochschule Anhalt, University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality Content Type to Mindfulness and Physiological Parameters (1193)
Seulki Min (Korea University, Republic of Korea), Gerard Kim (Korea University, Republic of Korea), Jung-geun Moon (Gil Medical Center, Gachon University College of Medicine, Republic of Korea), Chul-Hyun Cho (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea)
15:00 - 16:00
Collaboration
Anonymity vs Familiarity: Self-Disclosure and Privacy in Social Virtual Reality (1100)
Divine Maloney (Clemson University, United States), Samaneh Zamanifard (Clemson University, United States), Guo Freeman (Clemson University, United States)
A Quest for Co-Located Mixed Reality: Aligning and Assessing SLAM Tracking for Same-Space Multi-User Experiences (1056)
Mark McGill (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom), Jan Gugenheimer (Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France), Euan Freeman (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
The Effects of Self- and External Perception of Avatars on Cognitive Task Performance in Virtual Reality (1086)
Martin Kocur (Media Informatics Group, Germany), Philipp Schauhuber (Media Informatics Group, Germany), Valentin Schwind (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany), Christian Wolff (Media Informatics Group, Germany), Niels Henze (Media Informatics Group, Germany)

Wednesday - November 4

09:00 - 10:00
Avatars
The Effects of Full-Body Avatar Movement Predictions in Virtual Reality using Neural Networks (1077)
Valentin Schwind (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany), David Halbhuber (University of Regensburg, Germany), Jakob Fehle (University of Regensburg, Germany), Jonathan Sasse (University of Regensburg, Germany), Andreas Pfaffelhuber (University of Regensburg, Germany), Christoph Tögel (University of Regensburg, Germany), Julian Dietz (University of Regensburg, Germany), Niels Henze (University of Regensburg, Germany)
Realistic Virtual Humans from Smartphone Videos (1093)
Stephan Wenninger (TU Dortmund University, Germany), Jascha Achenbach (Bielefeld University, Germany), Andrea Bartl (University of Würzburg, Germany), Marc Erich Latoschik (Department of Computer Science, HCI Group, Germany), Mario Botsch (TU Dortmund University, Germany)
The Experience of Social Touch in Multi-User Virtual Reality (1155)
Philipp Sykownik (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany), Maic Masuch (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Virtual Human in AR: Evaluation of Presentation Concepts in an Industrial Assistance Use Case (1161)
Eva Lampen (EvoBus GmbH, Germany), Jannes Lehwald (EvoBus GmbH, Germany), Thies Pfeiffer (University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany)
10:30 - 11:30
Displays & Perception
Don’t Bother Me: How to Present Undesirable Objects in Handheld Augmented Reality Interaction (1003)
Hanseob Kim (Korea University Graduate School, Republic of Korea), TaeHyung Kim (Korea University, Graduate School, Republic of Korea), Myungho Lee (Pusan National University, Republic of Korea), Gerard Kim (Korea University, Republic of Korea), Jae-In Hwang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)
Multiplex Vision: Understanding Information Transfer and F-Formation With Extended 2-Way FOV (1112)
Mark Armstrong (Keio Media Design, Japan), Keitaro Tsuchiya (4-1-1, Hiyoshi, Japan), Feng Liang (Ignition Point, Inc., Japan), Kai Kunze (Keio University Graduate School of Media Design, Japan), Yun Suen Pai (Auckland Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Bacterial Load of Virtual Reality Headsets (1159)
Benjamin Creel (Louisiana State University, United States), Caitlin J. Rinz-Jones (University of Mississippi, United States), Adam Jones (University of Mississippi, United States), Colin Jackson (University of Mississippi, United States)
Dynamic Projection Mapping of Deformable Stretchable Materials (1163)
Muhammad Twaha Ibrahim (UC Irvine, United States), Gopi Meenakshisundaram (University of California, Irvine, United States), Aditi Majumder (UCI, United States)

Poster/Demo Sessions

Monday - November 2

12:00 - 13:30
Posters/Demos 1
An Examination of Effects of Fear Using VR Content on Time Estimation (1003)
Masaki Kitajima (Utsunomiya University, Japan), Kei Kanari (Utsunomiya University, Japan), Mie Sato (Utsunomiya University, Japan)
Immersive Analysis of Crystallographic Diffraction Data (1007)
Andreas Knote (Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Germany), Sebastian von Mammen (Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Germany), Yunyun Gao (University of Hamburg, Germany), Andrea Thorn (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Creating AR Applications for the IOT : a New Pipeline (1011)
Barnabé Soedji (Orange Labs, France), Jérémy Lacoche (Orange Labs, France), Eric Villain (Orange Labs, France)
Molecular MR Multiplayer: a cross-platform collaborative interactive game for scientists (1013)
Sam Frish (SoftServe Inc., Ukraine), Maksym Druchok (SoftServe Inc., Ukraine), Hlib Shchur (SoftServe Inc., Ukraine)
An Immersive Decision Support System for Disaster Response (1014)
Yusuf Sermet (The University of Iowa, United States), Ibrahim Demir (The University of Iowa, United States)
Computing Object Selection Difficulty in VR using Run-time Contextual Analysis (1015)
Chris Zimmerer (University of Würzburg, Department of Computer Science, HCI Group, Germany), Ronja Heinrich (Department of Computer Science, HCI Group, Germany), Martin Fischbach (University of Würzburg, Germany), Jean-Luc Lugrin (University of Würzburg, Germany), Marc Erich Latoschik (University of Würzburg, Germany)
HexTouch: Affective Robot Touch for Complementary Interactions to Companion Agents in Virtual Reality (1017)
Ran Zhou (Parsons School of Design, United States), Yanzhe Wu (Parsons School of Design, United States), Harpreet Sareen (Parsons School of Design, United States)
VR Training for Warehouse Management (1018)
Enes Yigitbas (Paderborn University, Germany), Ivan Jovanovikj (Paderborn University, Germany), Janis Scholand (Paderborn University, Germany), Gregor Engels (Paderborn University, Germany)
The Digital Docent: XR storytelling for a Living History Museum (1019)
Joe Geigel (Rochester Institute of Technology, United States), Kunal Shitut (Rochester Institute of Technology, United States), Juilee Decker (Rochester Institute of Technology, United States), Amanda Doherty (Rochester Institute or Technology, United States), Gary Jacobs (Rochester Institute or Technology, United States)
ARLS: An asymmetrical remote learning system for sharing anatomy between an HMD and a light field display (1020)
Xuanhui Xu (University College Dublin, Ireland), xingyu pan (University College Dublin, Ireland), Abraham G. Campbell (University College Dublin , Ireland)
An Examination of Influence on Weight Perception by Visual Change of the Own Arm (1022)
Yuzuki Okubo (Utsunomiya University, Japan), Naoki Hashimoto (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan), Mie Sato (Utsunomiya University, Japan)
Impact of Social Distancing to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19 in a Virtual Environment (1023)
Diego Marti Mason (University of Derby, United Kingdom), Matej Kapinaj (University of Derby, United Kingdom), Alejandro Pinel Martínez (University of Derby, United Kingdom), Leonardo Stella (University of Derby, United Kingdom)
Life-size Sequential Photography in a Mixed Reality Environment (1024)
Shunji Muto (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan), Takashi Ijiri (Shibaura tech, Japan)
Using Multiple Perspective Projections to Guide Visual Attention in Glyph-based Data Visualisations in VR (1025)
Robert Richter (Chair of Media Design, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany), Tobias Günther (Chair of Media Design, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany), Rainer Groh (Chair of Media Design, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

Tuesday - November 3

12:00 - 13:30
Posters/Demos 2
Ray-Casting-based 3D pointing and Dragging Interface for Naked-Eye Stereoscopic Displays (1026)
Raku Egawa (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan), Yucheng Qiu (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan), Takashi Ijiri (Shibaura tech, Japan)
Augmented Reality World Editor (1027)
Jake Guida (University of California Santa Barbara, United States), Misha Sra (UCSB, United States)
Creating a Smart Virtual-Reality based Contextual Diary for People with Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness to Facilitate Habituation (1028)
Syed Fawad M. Zaidi (Media Design School, New Zealand), Craig McLachlan (Torrens University Australia, Australia), Prof. Justin Beilby (Torrens University Australia, Australia), Tim Sinclair (Media Design School, New Zealand), Clancy Duncan (Media Design School, New Zealand)
Human Following Behavior In Virtual Reality (1029)
Anh Nguyen (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Pascal Wüest (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Andreas Kunz (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Teaching Scrum with a Virtual Sprint Simulation: Initial Design and Considerations (1031)
Unnikrishnan Radhakrishnan (Aarhus University, Denmark), Konstantinos Koumaditis (AU, Denmark)
ATOM: HMD-VR Interface to Learn Atomic Structure, Bonding and Historical Research Experiments (1033)
Shimmila Bhowmick (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India), Anjali Kaushik (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India), Rohan Bhatia (Indian Institute of Technology , India), Keyur Sorathia (Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati, India)
Smart Thermo-Haptic Bracelet for VR Environment (1035)
Ahmed Bentaleb (Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (IGEE ex INELEC), Algeria), Samir BENBELKACEM (CDTA, Algeria), Nadia Zenati Henda (CDTA, Algeria)
ARtist: Interactive Augmented Reality for Curating Children’s Artworks (1036)
Eun Sun Chu (Texas A&M University, United States), Jinsil Hwaryoung Seo (Texas A&M University, United States)
An Open Framework for Infinite Walking Using Saccadic Redirection (1039)
ELIJAH PINSON (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, United States), Krzysztof Pietroszek (American University, United States), Qi SUN (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China), Christian Eckhardt (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, United States)
Assessing the Suitability and Effectiveness of Mixed Reality Interfaces for Accurate Robot Teleoperation (1040)
Francesco De Pace (Politecnico di Torino, Italy), Gal Gorjup (The University of Auckland, New Zealand), Huidong Bai (The University of Auckland, New Zealand), Andrea Sanna (Politecnico di Torino, Italy), Minas Liarokapis (The University of Auckland, New Zealand), Mark Billinghurst (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Can ‘Haptic Selfies’ Help the Blind and Visually Impaired Live Boldly and Beautifully? (1041)
TBA
Physicalizing Virtual Objects with Affordances to Support Tangible Interactions in AR (1044)
Silian Li (Cyper-Physical Interaction Lab, China), Weiping He (Northwestern Polytechnical university, China), Li Zhang (Northwestern Polytechnical University, China), Yupeng Hu (Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)
An Adaptive Approach to Display Different Scenes to Multi-users with Low GPU Consumption for the Light Field Display (1056)
xingyu pan (University College Dublin, Ireland), mengya zheng (University College Dublin, Ireland), Jinyuan Yang (Beijing University of Technology, China), Abraham G. Campbell (University College Dublin , Ireland)
Inconsistencies of Presence Questionnaires in Virtual Reality (1058)
Sarah Graf (University of Regensburg, Germany), Valentin Schwind (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Viewing Style of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Broadcast Contents while Sharing a Virtual Experience (1059)
Kazuma Yoshino (Science & Technology Research Laboratories, NHK, Japan), Hiroyuki Kawakita (Japan Broadcasting Corporation, Japan), Takuya Handa (Science & Technology Research Laboratories, NHK, Japan), Kensuke Hisatomi (Science & Technology Research Laboratories, Japan)

Wednesday - November 4

12:00 - 13:30
Posters/Demos 3
Dual Phone AR: Exploring the use of Phones as Controllers for Mobile Augmented Reality (1061)
Rishi Vanukuru (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India), Amarnath Murugan (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India), Jayesh Pillai (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India)
On the Interplay of Foveated Rendering and Video Encoding (1064)
Gazi Karam Illahi (Aalto University, Finland), Matti Siekkinen (Aalto University, Finland), Teemu Kämäräinen (Aalto University, Finland), Antti Ylä-Jääski (Aalto University, Finland)
Portals With a Twist: Cable Twist-Free Natural Walking in Room-Scaled Virtual Reality (1072)
Sebastian Misztal (University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany), Guillermo Carbonell (University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany), Nils Ganther (University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany), Jonas Schild (University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany)
Evaluation of Headset-based Viewing and Desktop-based Viewing of Remote Lectures in a Social VR Platform (1073)
Andrew Yoshimura (University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United States), Christoph Borst (University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United States)
CasualVRVideos: VR videos from casual stationary videos (1076)
Stefanie Zollmann (University of Otago, New Zealand), Anthony Dickson (University of Otago, New Zealand), Jonathan Ventura (California Polytechnic State University, United States)
Mediated-Timescale Learning: Manipulating Timescales in Virtual Reality to Improve Real-World Tennis Forehand Volley (1077)
Shixin Jiang (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Jun Rekimoto (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
HMDPose: A large-scale trinocular IR Augmented Reality Glasses Pose Dataset (1080)
Ahmet Firintepe (BMW Group Research, New Technology, Innovations, Germany), Alain Pagani (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany), Didier Stricker (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany)
Text Input Methods in Virtual Reality using Radial Layouts (1081)
Anh Nguyen (Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland), Samuel Bittmann (Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland), Markus Zank (Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland)
AffectivelyVR: Towards VR Personalized Emotion Recognition (1084)
Kunal Gupta (The University of Auckland, New Zealand), Jovana Lazarevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro), Yun Suen Pai (Auckland Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland, New Zealand), Mark Billinghurst (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Introduction to AR-Bot, an AR system for robot navigation (1086)
Vincent Alleaume (Interdigital R&D, France), caroline BAILLARD (InterDigital, France), Matthieu Fradet (InterDigital, France), pierrick Jouet (InterDigital R&I France, France), Anthony Laurent (InterDigital R&D, France)
Metachron: A framework for time perception research in VR (1087)
Maximilian Landeck (University of Würzburg, Germany), Fabian Unruh (University of Würzburg, Germany), Jean-Luc Lugrin (Department of Computer Science, HCI Group, Germany), Marc Erich Latoschik (Department of Computer Science, HCI Group, Germany)
Analyzing the Trade-off between Selection and Navigation in VR (1089)
Morteza Malekmakan (Simon Fraser University, Canada), Wolfgang Stuerzlinger (Simon Fraser University, Canada), Bernhard Riecke (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Volumetric capture for narrative films (1091)
Krzysztof Pietroszek (American University, United States), Christian Eckhardt (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, United States)
RoadVR: Mitigating the Effect of Vection and Sickness by Distortion of Pathways for In-Car Virtual Reality (1093)
Hyung-jun Cho (Korea University, Korea, Republic of), Gerard Kim (Korea University, Korea, Republic of)