Bachelor- & Masterarbeiten im Bereich Mensch-Computer-Interaktion

Wir bieten Abschlussarbeiten für Bachelor- und Masterstudenten in den Studiengängen Medieninformatik, Informatik, Software Engineering und Cognitive Systems an.

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Information Needs in Highly Automated Driving

Supervisor: Mark Colley

Level: Bachelor & Master

The aim of this thesis is to investigate which information needs there are in the case of highly automated driving when no actual involvement of the human driver is needed. A related work research should be conducted and interdisciplinary, learning psychological, didactic and information science approaches should be considered.

A virtual reality prototype should be designed and implemented that investigates several of these aspects. Finally, the defined hypothesis should be evaluated by conducting a study.

Based on bachelor/master level the scope is adapted.

External Communication in Highly Automated Driving

Supervisor: Mark Colley

Level: Bachelor & Master

Description:

The aim of this thesis is to investigate what kind of information should be provided to the external participant in such a socio-technical system and how to do this. A related work research should be conducted and interdisciplinary, learning psychological, didactic and information science approaches should be considered.

A virtual reality prototype should be designed and implemented that investigates several of these aspects. Finally, the defined hypothesis should be evaluated by conducting a study. Based on bachelor/master level the scope is adapted.

Catching Pedestrian’s Attention

Supervisor: Mark Colley

Level: Bachelor & Master

Description: The aim of this thesis is to investigate how to catch the attention of a pedestrian that is currently being distracted (headphones, smartphone, taking photos,...). A related work research should be conducted and interdisciplinary, learning psychological, didactic and information science approaches should be considered.Aprototype should be designed and implemented that investigates several of these aspects. Finally, the defined hypothesis should be evaluated by conducting a study.
Based on bachelor/master level the scope is adapted.

Augmented and Virtual Reality in Education

Supervisor: Tobias Drey

Level: Bachelor & Master

Description: The aim of this thesis is to investigate how much virtuality is appropriate for students and in which scenarios AR/VR can provide cognitive as well as motivational benefits. A related work research should be conducted and interdisciplinary, learning psychological, didactic and information science approaches should be considered.
An education prototype should be designed and implemented that investigates several of these aspects. Finally, the defined hypothesis should be evaluated by conducting a study.
Based on bachelor/master level the scope is adapted.

Tinker Augmented and Virtual Reality

Supervisor: Tobias Drey

Level: Bachelor & Master

Description: The aim of this thesis is to investigate how lecturers can tinker AR/VR content. It could be possible to paint, use modeling clay or scan real objects to easily create virtual environments. A related work research should be conducted to investigate state of the art. Furthermore, an authoring software prototype should be created based on designed tinker techniques. This prototype can be evaluated by conducting a study.
Based on bachelor/master level the scope is adapted.

Multimodal Messenger - Receiver-centered communication

Betreuer: Gabriel Haas

Level: Bachelor & Master

Beschreibung: Im Rahmen dieser Arbeit soll ein Multimodaler Messenger prototypisch implementiert werden. Dieser soll es dem Empfänger von Nachrichten ermöglichen, die Modalität (Text, Sprache, ...) zu wählen, welche zu seinem Nutzungskontext am besten passt. Die Akzeptanz und Anwendungsmöglichkeiten eines solchen Messenger sollen evaluiert werden.

Mobile Auditory Augmented Reality - Voice Interfaces in the wild

Betreuer: Gabriel Haas

Level: Bachelor & Master

Beschreibung: Durch die fortschreitende Miniaturisierung von CPU, Speicher und weiteren elektronischen Bauteilen ist man zukünftig in der Lage einen ganzen Rechner im Ohr zu tragen. Das hat vielfältige Vorteile: Informationen können dem Nutzer jederzeit von der Außenwelt unbemerkt zugänglich gemacht werden, eine Sprachschnittstelle ist permanent verfügbar und somit ist auch eine Kommunikation mit persönlichen Kontakten möglich.

Mouthing during messaging - Emotional chatting with smartphones

Betreuer: Gabriel Haas

Level: Bachelor & Master

Beschreibung: Während dem Schreiben von Nachrichten, kann bei vielen Personen sogenanntes „mouthing“ beobachtet werden. Dabei werden geschriebene Worte stumm mitgesprochen. Ähnliches passiert auch beim Lesen von Nachrichten. Der Empfänger einer Nachricht zeigt unbewusst seine Emotionen und grinst z.B. in sein Smartphone.

Human-Robot Interaction in Virtual Reality

Supervisor: Philipp Hock

Level: Bachelor

Description:

In this study the effect of various negotiation strategies (e.g. verbal utterances like explanations) of the robot will be explored in VR with different robots in two different settings (train station, household). It will be looked at whether the user does accept the shown robot behaviour and complies to the behaviour the robot indicates (e.g. step aside).