Program Schedule

The schedule of the sessions themselves can be found directly below.



🏆 Best Paper Award

TOMURA: A Mountable Hand-shaped Interface for Versatile Interactions

Shigeo Yoshida, Tomoya Sasaki, Zendai Kashino, Masahiko Inami

🏆 Best Poster Award

First Bite/Chew: Distinguish Typical Allergic Food by Two IMUs

Juling Li, Xiongqi Wang, Junyu Chen, Thad Starner, George Chernyshov, Jing Huang, Yifei Huang, Kai Kunze, Qing Zhang

🏆 Best Demo Award

Conducting and Mitigating Portable Thermal Imaging Attacks on User Authentication using AI-driven Methods

Shaun Alexander Macdonald, Norah Mohsen T Alotaibi, Md Shafiqul Islam, Mohamed Khamis

Session Overview

Session 1: Haptic Feedback

Time Paper
11:30 - 11:45 Designing Interactive Shoes for Tactile Augmented Reality

Dennis Wittchen et al.
11:45 - 12:00 GAuze-MIcrosuture-FICATION: Gamification in Microsuture training with real-time feedback

Yuka Tashiro et al.
12:00 - 12:15 Standing Balance Improved by Electrical Muscle Stimulation to Popliteus Muscles

Masato Shindo et al.
12:15 - 12:30 Tactile Vectors for Omnidirectional Arm Guidance

Hesham Elsayed et al.
12:30 - 12:45 Coldness Presentation to Ventral Forearm using Electrical Stimulation with Elastic Gel and Anesthetic Cream

Taiga Saito et al.
12:45 - 13:00 Q&A

Session 2: Perception and Extended Reality

Time Paper
14:15 - 14:30 Virtual Omnibus Lecture: Investigating the Effects of Varying Lecturer Avatars as Environmental Context on Audience Memory

Takato Mizuho et al.
14:30 - 14:45 LocatAR: An AR Object Search Assistance System for a Shared Space

Hiroto Oshimi et al.
14:45 - 15:00 Generation of realistic facial animation of a CG avatar speaking a moraic language

Yusuke Kikuchi et al.
15:00 - 15:15 Effect of Weight Adjustment in Virtual Co-embodiment During Collaborative Training

Daiki Kodama et al.
15:15 - 15:25 Workspace Scaling in Virtual Reality based Robot Teleoperation

Bukeikhan Omarali et al.
15:25 - 15:35 Tablet Cutting Board: Tablet-based Knife-control Support System for Cookery Beginners

Hatsune Masuda et al.
15:35 - 15:45 Challenges in Virtual Reality Studies: Ethics and Internal and External Validity

Sarah Delgado Rodriguez et al.
15:45 - 16:00 Q&A

Session 3: Human Empowerment

Time Paper
9:00 - 9:15 Effects of Wearing Knee-tightening Devices and Presenting Shear Forces to the Knee on Redirected Walking

Gaku Fukui et al.
9:15 - 9:30 LUNAChair: Remote Wheelchair System Linking Users to Nearby People and Assistants

Luna Takagi et al.
9:30 - 9:45 Visuospatial abilities and cervical spine range of motion improvement effects of a non-goal-oriented VR travel program at an older adults facility:A pilot randomized controlled trial

Atsushi Hiyama et al.
9:45 - 10:00 Exploration of Sonification Feedback for People with Visual Impairment to Use Ski Simulator

Yusuke Miura et al.
10:00 - 10:15 DecluttAR: An Interactive Visual Clutter Dimming System to Help Focus on Work

Kaito Yokoro et al.
10:15 - 10:30 ShadowClones: an Interface to Maintain a Multiple Sense of Body-space Coordination in Multiple Visual Perspectives

Kazuma Takada et al.
10:30 - 10:45 Q&A

Session 4: Intelligence Augmentation

Time Paper
11:30 - 11:45 AI Coach: A Motor Skill Training System using Motion Discrepancy Detection

Chen-Chieh Liao et al.
11:45 - 12:00 CC-Glasses: Color Communication Support for People with Color Vision Deficiency Using Augmented Reality and Deep Learning

Xiaoyang Mao et al.
12:00 - 12:15 AIx speed: Playback Speed Optimization using Listening Comprehension of Speech Recognition Models

Kazuki Kawamura et al.
12:15 - 12:30 Exoskeleton for the Mind: Exploring Strategies Against Misinformation with a Metacognitive Agent

Yeongdae Kim et al.
12:30 - 12:45 Investigating Effects of Facial Self-Similarity Levels on the Impression of Virtual Agents in Serious/Non-Serious Contexts

Masayasu Niwa et al.
12:45 - 13:00 Q&A

Session 5: Interfaces for the Body and Beyond

Time Paper
14:15 - 14:30 Affective Umbrella -- A Wearable System to Visualize Heart and Electrodermal Activity, towards Emotion Regulation through Somaesthetic Appreciation

Kanyu Chen et al.
14:30 - 14:45 TOMURA: A Mountable Hand-shaped Interface for Versatile Interactions

Shigeo Yoshida et al.
14:45 - 15:00 DUMask: A Discrete and Unobtrusive Mask-Based Interface for Facial Gestures

Arpit Bhatia et al.
15:00 - 15:15 Dynamic Derm: Body Surface Deformation Display for Real-World Embodied Interactions

Ryo Murata et al.
15:15 - 15:30 Human Coincident Robot: A Non-contact Surrounding Robot Sharing the Coordinate with a Human Inside

Takafumi Watanabe et al.
15:30 - 15:45 Q&A

Keynote: Florian Alt

Behavior and Physiology-Aware Security User Interfaces

Abstract: Over the past years a global and highly professional cybercrime industry has established itself, making user-centred attacks an omnipresent threat for society. Companies, organisations, and individuals struggle to keep up and protect themselves effectively from an ever-growing number of sophisticated attack vectors. Reasons are, among others, a general lack of awareness and understanding of such threats, inherently complex and difficult-to-understand security and privacy mechanisms, and users struggling to habituate secure behavior in cyber space. Yet, humans are not as helpless as it seems, as many examples of secure behavior in the real world demonstrate. We naturally lock doors, we place valuables in safes or lockers, and we take small detour at night rather than walking through dark areas and parks. Based on examples from our research, I will demonstrate how such natural behavior can be supported in the digital world through the design and development of security user interfaces that are aware of human behavior and physiology. I will showcase how technologies for human augmentation allow a detailed understanding on humans’ responses to security-related situations to be obtained and leveraged so as to target opportune moments, enable contextualised means for protection, and increase users’ security literacy.

Florian Alt

Short Bio: Florian Alt is a full professor of Usable Security and Privacy at the Research Institute for Cyber Defence (CODE) in Munich. In his work, he is interested in designing secure and privacy-preserving systems that naturally blend with the way in which users interact with computing devices. Florian’s research focuses on investigating users’ behavior in security contexts, on creating and enhancing security and privacy mechanisms based on users’ behavior and physiology, and on understanding as well as mitigating threats emerging from novel ubiquitous technologies. Specific areas of application are Mixed Reality, Smart Homes, and Social Engineering. Florian holds a diploma in Media Informatics from LMU Munich and a Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction from the University of Stuttgart.