We are a research group in human-computer interaction. Our goal is to reinvent computer interfaces in order to seamlessly integrate digital media with the physical world, enabling more effective, expressive and engaging interactions. More…


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SkinMarks: Enabling Interactions on Body Landmarks
iSkin: Elastic On-Body Touch Sensors
PrintScreen: Digital Fabrication of Thin-Film Displays
More Than Touch
Flexpad
A Cuttable Multi-Touch Sensor
FoldMe

News


    • Open post-doc positions

      We have two new openings for postdoctoral associates in the areas of digital fabrication and body-based user interfaces. More information is available here. Related posts: …More ...
    • Talk by Raphael Wimmer (U Regensburg)

      Raphael Wimmer from the University of Regensburg will visit us on Wednesday, 12 July. He will give a talk at 13:00 in Bld. E1.7 0.01: …More ...
    • Congrats, Dr. Martin Weigel!

      Martin Weigel has successfully defended his PhD dissertation on “Interactive on-skin devices for expressive touch-based interactions”. Congratulations! The dissertation is available online. Related posts: Congrats, …More ...
    • SkinMarks is in the news

      The Times, New Scientist, Daily Mail, La Stampa and other media have reported about our project SkinMarks. You can find more information about SkinMarks on …More ...
    • Third European Tangible Interaction Studio (ETIS 2017)

      We are co-organizing the third ETIS summer school on Tangible Interaction together with partners from France and Luxembourg. The summer school will take place from …More ...
    • Papers at CHI 2017

      We will present two full papers at CHI 2017: “SkinMarks: Enabling Interactions on Body Landmarks Using Conformal Skin Electronics” (by Martin Weigel, Aditya Shekhar Nittala, …More ...
    • New team members

      We welcome two new team members: Our new post-doc Anusha Withana holds a PhD from Keio University, Japan, and has been a postdoctoral fellow at …More ...