Philipp Hock

Philipp Hock
Philipp Hock
Wissensch. Personal
Universität Ulm
Institut für Medieninformatik
James-Franck-Ring
89081 Ulm
Raum: O27 3302
              

Philipp Hock, M.Sc

Philipp Hock ist im März 2014 der HCI beigetreten. Davor war er seit 2008 Student an der Universität Ulm im Bereich Medieninformatik.

 

Philipp hat einen M.Sc. in Medieninformatik  (2015) von der Universität Ulm

Forschungsinteressen

  • Persuasive Technologien
  • Autonomes Fahren
  • Augmented Reality
  • Wearables
  • Ubiquitous Computing
  • Scriptsprachen
  • Webtechnologien
  • Systemnahe Programmierung
  • IT Sicherheit

Lehre

  • Vorlesungen, Projekte und Seminare

    • Research Trends in Media Informatics (Seminar: MedienInformatik)
    • Kommunikation wissenschaftlicher Ergebnisse (Seminar: Psychologie)
    • User Interface Software Technology (Vorlesung/Übung: MedienInformatik
    • Driver-Vehicle Interaction (FOV: Psychologie)
    • Human-Computer Interaction (Projekt: Medieninformatik) 
    • Audi-AppChallenge (Individualprojekt: Medieninformatik)
  • Betreute Abschlussarbeiten

    • Implementation and Evaluation of an In-Car Entertainment Application for Virtual Reality, Sebastian Benedikter, 2016, Medieninformatik
    • Eine empirische Untersuchung zum Einfluss eines virtuellen Beifahrers auf die Aufrechterhaltung der Automation in riskanten Überholsituationen, Nina Lang, 2016, Psychologie
    • Empirische Untersuchung zur Wirkung unterschiedlicher Anreize auf Fahrsituationen, Raul Degenhart, 2016, Psychologie
  • Offene Themen für Abschlussarbeiten

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Projects

  • CarVR: Enabling In-Car Virtual Reality Entertainment

    CarVR: Enabling In-Car Virtual Reality Entertainment

    CarVR enables virtual reality entertainmen in moving vehicles. We enhance the VR experience by matching kinesthetic forces of the car movements to the VR experience.

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  • Carvatar

    Carvatar

    Carvatar was built to increase trust in automation through social cues. The prototype can imitate human behavior, such as a humanoid gaze behavior or by calling attention to specific situations. The avatar can be used to establish a cooperative communication between driver and vehicle.

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  • Belt: An Unobtrusive Touch Input Device for Head-worn Displays

    Belt: An Unobtrusive Touch Input Device for Head-worn Displays

    Belt is a novel unobtrusive input device for wearable displays that incorporates a touch surface encircling the user’s hip. The wide input space is leveraged for a horizontal spatial mapping of quickly accessible information and applications. We discuss social implications and interaction capabilities for unobtrusive touch input and present our hardware implementation and a set of applications that benefit from the quick access time.

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Wissenschaftliche Aktivitäten

  • Reviewer für CHI 2017
  • Reviewer für AutomotiveUI 2016
  • Reviewer für AutomotiveUI 2015

Publikationen


2017

6.
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Hock, Philipp; Benedikter, Sebastian; Gugenheimer, Jan; Rukzio, Enrico
CarVR: Enabling In-Car Virtual Reality Entertainment
In Proc. of CHI 2017 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems),
Mai 2017
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Walch, Marcel; Frommel, Julian; Rogers, Katja; Schüssel, Felix; Hock, Philipp; Dobbelstein, David; Weber, Michael
Evaluating VR Driving Simulation from a Player Experience Perspective
CHI '17 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems aus CHI EA '17
Herausgeber: ACM, New York, NY, USA
2017
akzeptiert

2016

4.
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Zihsler, Jens; Hock, Philipp; Walch, Marcel; Dzuba, Kirill; Schwager, Denis; Szauer, Patrick; Rukzio, Enrico
Carvatar: Increasing Trust in Highly-Automated Driving Through Social Cues
Adjunct Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutomotiveUI '16 Adjunct),
Oktober 2016
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Hock, Philipp; Kraus, Johannes; Walch, Marcel; Lang, Nina; Baumann, Martin
Elaborating Feedback Strategies for Maintaining Automation in Highly Automated Driving
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (Automotive'UI 16),
Oktober 2016
2.
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Walch, Marcel; Sieber, Tobias; Hock, Philipp; Baumann, Martin; Weber, Michael
Towards Cooperative Driving: Involving the Driver in an Autonomous Vehicle’s Decision Making
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (Automotive'UI 16),
Oktober 2016

2015

1.
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Dobbelstein, David; Hock, Philipp; Rukzio, Enrico
Belt: An Unobtrusive Touch Input Device for Head-worn Displays
Proc. of CHI 2015 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems)
April 2015
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