Human-Computer Interaction

Andrea Bartl, M.Sc.

Research Assistant

Contact Details

Andrea Bartl, M.Sc.
Human-Computer Interaction
Universität Würzburg
Am Hubland
D-97074 Würzburg

✆	+49 (0) 931 31 80089
⌂	Room 1.004, Building M1, Hubland South

About me

Andrea is working as a research assistant for the Human-Computer Interaction Group and the Media Informatics Group. She studied media and communications at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

She is coach in the EmbodimentLab and supervises projects that aim to connect industry and academia. Within the EmbodimentLab she is also in charge of the photogrammetry station used for generating realistic 3D models of people.

Her research focus is on the personalized embodiment of people in virtual environments and resulting effects on the self-perception and the perception of others.



Projects

ILAST - Immersive Leg Coordination And Strength Therapy
ILAST is a prototype of an immersive Virtual Reality (VR) training system for post-operative therapy treatment after knee injuries. The training system uses basic game-like experiences simulated in fully immersive virtual environments which motivate patients to perform dedicated movement tasks mobilizing and strengthening their lower limbs.
Embodiment Lab
Embodied multimodal interfaces and digital humans become increasingly interesting for novel human-computer interface paradigms. The EmbodimentLab establishes a Bavarian competence center for the creative development of related application use cases and the necessary technology involved.
XRoads
XRoads explores novel and multimodal interaction techniques for tabletop games. It focusses Mixed Reality platforms that combine touch, speech, and gestures as input modalities for turn-based and real-time strategy games.


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