INTERACT 2017 Mumbai, the 16th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. September 25-29, 2017 in Mumbai, India. © IFIP INTERACT (Document generated on: Apr 23, 2019 01:53AM)

Interactive Posters - Accepted

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The list of accepted Interactive Posters for this year appear below. These will be presented during the conference.

Accepted Interactive Posters

  1. BendSwipe: One Handed Target Zooming for Flexible Handheld Display
    By: Keyur Sorathia, Aditi Singh, and Mayank Chhabra
  2. Crowdsourcing of Accessibility Attributes on Sidewalk-based Geodatabase
    By: Michaela Riganova, Jan Balata, and Zdenek Mikovec
  3. Dual-Mode User Interfaces for Web based Interactive 3D Virtual Environments Using Three.js
    By: Matthew Stanton, Thomas Hartley, Fernando Loizides, and Adam Worrallo
  4. Fine-grained Privacy Setting Prediction using a Privacy Attitude Questionnaire and Machine Learning
    By: Frederic Raber, Felix Kosmalla, and Antonio Krueger
  5. Interactive Reading Using Low Cost Brain Computer Interfaces
    By: Fernando Loizides, Liam Naughton, Paul Wilson, Michael Loizou, Shu-fan Yang, Thomas Hartley, Adam Worrallo, and Panayiotis Zaphiris
  6. Investigating Control of Virtual Reality Snowboarding Simulator Using a Wii FiT Board
    By: Rhiannon Wood, Fernando Loizides, Thomas Hartley, and Adam Worrallo
  7. Pragati - A Mobile Based Virtual Reality (VR) Platform to Train and Educate Community Health Workers
    By: Keyur Sorathia, Kshipra Sharma, Shimmila Bhowmick, and Preetham Kamidi
  8. Shifting from the Children to the Teens' Usability: Adapting a Gamified Experience of a Museum Tour
    By: Vanessa Cesário, Marko Radeta, António Coelho, and Valentina Nisi
  9. TTracker: Using Finger Detection to Improve Touch Typing Training
    By: Elvin Kollie, Fernando Loizides, Thomas Hartley, and Adam Worrallo
  10. URetail: Privacy User Interfaces for Intelligent Retail Stores
    By: Frederic Raber and Nils Vossebein
  11. Versatile Classroom Management Solution for Teachers in Developing Countries
    By: Muhammad Zahid Iqbal