M.Sc. Philipp Hock

Philipp Hock joined the Human Factors department in May 2015. Before, he was a student at Ulm University.

Philipp holds a M.Sc. in Media Informatics (2015) from the Ulm University.

Contact

 

 

Philipp Hock
Research Assistant

Philipp Hock
☎ +49-(0)731/50 26508
℻ +49-(0)731/50 31749
Π 41.01.103

Consultation hours
on appointment

Teaching

  • Lectures, Projects, Seminars

    • 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)


  • Supervised Theses

    • 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.
  • Open thesis topics

    If you are interested in writing a thesis, please send me an email or drop by my office.

Research interests

  • Persuasive Technology
  • Autonomous Driving
  • Augmented Reality
  • Wearable devices
  • Ubiquitous Computing
  • Scripting languages
  • Webtechnologies
  • machine-oriented programming
  • IT security

Projects

  • 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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    CarVR: Enabling In-Car Virtual Reality Entertainment
  • 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 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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    Belt: An Unobtrusive Touch Input Device for Head-worn Displays

Scientific activities

  • Reviewer for CHI 2017
  • Reviewer for AutomotiveUI 2016
  • Reviewer for AutomotiveUI 2015

Publications

Publications in Google Scholar.

2019
Hock, P., Rukzio, E., & Baumann, M. (2019, September). The effect of incentives in driving simulator studies. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications: Adjunct Proceedings (pp. 249-253).

Hock, P., Babel, F., Muehl, K., Rukzio, E., & Baumann, M. (2019, September). Online experiments as a supplement of automated driving simulator studies: a methodological insight. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications: Adjunct Proceedings (pp. 282-286).

Hock, P., Babel, F., Kraus, J., Rukzio, E., & Baumann, M. (2019, September). Towards Opt-Out Permission Policies to Maximize the Use of Automated Driving. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (pp. 101-112).