Thomas Dreja, M. Sc.
Thomas Dreja was a research assistant and doctoral candidate of the research group human computer-interaction from October 2017 until March 2019. Before, he was a student co-worker at the institute since 2010.
Thomas Dreja has obtained a master degree in media informatics in 2019 of Ulm University. The title of his thesis project is: SwiVRchair 2.0 - Using a controllable rotating chair to create motion feedback in virtual reality scenarios to reduce simulator sickness.
- Mobile Devices
- Virtual Reality
- Augmented Reality
Telewalk: Towards Free and Endless Walking in Room-Scale Virtual Reality
Proc. of CHI 2020 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems)
Virtual Muscle Force: Communicating Kinesthetic Forces Through Pseudo-Haptic Feedback and Muscle Input
In Proc. of UIST 2019 (ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology)
A Demonstration of VRSpinning: Exploring the Design Space of a 1D Rotation Platform to Increase the Perception of Self-Motion in VR
In Adj. Proc. of UIST '18 (ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology)
VRSpinning: Exploring the Design Space of a 1D Rotation Platform to Increase the Perception of Self-Motion in VR
In Proc. of DIS 2018 (ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems)
2084 - Safe New World: Designing Ubiquitous Interactions
Proceedings of CHI Play '16: The Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play