This week Aaron has been attending a research workshop of the Israel Science Foundation on Ubiquitous User Modeling (U2M’2012) – State of the art and current challenges in Haifa Israel. Aaron’s talk at this event was entitled Eyes, Gaze, Displays: User Interface Personalisation “You Lookin’ at me?”. In this he covered work with Mike Bennett, Umar Rashid, Jakub Dostal, Miguel A. Nacenta and Per Ola Kristensson from SACHI. The talk was a good way to show the interlocking and related research going on in SACHI.
His talk included references to a number of recent papers which include:
- Factors Influencing Visual Attention Switch in Multi-Display User Interfaces: A Survey, Umar Rashid, Miguel A. Nacenta, Aaron J. Quigley, International Symposium on Pervasive Displays, 2012
- The cost of display switching: a comparison of mobile, large display and hybrid UI configurations, Umar Rashid, Miguel A. Nacenta, Aaron J. Quigley, International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, AVI ’12: Proceedings of the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces
- Workshop on Infrastructure and Design Challenges of Coupled Display Visual Interfaces: in conjunction with Advanced Visual Interfaces 2012 (AVI’12)
Aaron Quigley, Alan Dix, Miguel Nacenta, Tom Rodden, AVI ’12: Proceedings of the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces
- Designing Mobile Computer Vision Applications for the Wild: Implications on Design and Intelligibility, Jakub Dostal, Per Ola Kristensson and Aaron J. Quigley at Pervasive Intelligibility, the Second Workshop on Intelligibility and Control in Pervasive Computing.
- Creating Personalized Digital Human Models of Perception for Visual Analytics, Mike Bennett, Aaron J. Quigley, UMAP 2011 – 19th International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization, pp. 25-37, Girona, Spain, 2011.
- A taxonomy for and analysis of multi-person-display ecosystems, Terrenghi L, Quigley A. and Dix A., Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (2009) 13:583–598
The alternative yet related viewpoints in this work made for a stimulating presentation and fruitful views for the international audience.