Daniel | Gröger

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Daniel | Gröger

PhD Graduate

Daniel Gröger is a PhD student in the Human-Computer Interaction group at Saarland University. He holds M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees in Computer Science from Kaiserslautern University of Technology.
Daniel is interested in novel ways to interact with digital technologies embodied in our physical world. His research interests revolve around creating digital manufacturing technologies and leveraging their potential to explore and design expressive and more efficient novel human-computer interfaces.

Further research interests that he pursued during his prior studies include artificial intelligence and computer vision, in which he focused on leveraging optical eye-tracking methods to enhance performance of user interface technologies.

BodyStylus Freehand On-Body Design and Fabrication of Epidermal Interfaces In traditional bo...more
BodyStylus

(CHI 2021)

Tactlets Adding Tactile Feedback to 3D Objects Using Custom Printed Controls Rapid prototypi...more
Tactlets

(UIST 2019)

LASEC Instant Fabrication of Stretchable Circuits Using a Laser Cutter Stretchable interface...more
LASEC

(CHI 2019)

ObjectSkin Augmenting Everyday Objects with Hydroprinted Touch Sensors and Displays Augme...more
ObjectSkin

(IMWUT 2018)

Tacttoo A Thin and Feel-Through Tattoo for On-Skin Tactile Output Tacttoo is a feel-through ...more
Tacttoo

(UIST 2018)

HotFlex Post-print Customization of 3D Prints Using Embedded State Change While 3D printi...more
HotFlex

(CHI 2016)

Honorable Mention Award