Dr Thies Pfeiffer
Dr. Pfeiffers research interests are in human-computer interaction, virtual prototyping, performance assistance and training. In particular, he is addressing manual workspaces in mechanical, automotive and chemical industry, as well as health-care/nursery and everyday interactions, such as shopping. Beyond that, he is interested in gaze-based interaction and the role of gaze in human-human and human-machine communication in diverse contexts. Techologies involve eye tracking, virtual reality and augmented reality.
Augmented and Virtual Reality for Higher Education of Nurses and Medical Doctors in Germany - Report on four Research Projects
Friday, September 25