Title: Interaction with Large and Multiple Displays
Time: 10:00 am. December 26th, 2019
Abstract: We are heading towards a pervasive computational world, where walls become displays and spaces become interactive. Display devices appear in a variety of sizes and form factors. They construct an ecology to support seamless and natural user interaction, which frees us from being constrained in a desktop environment. In this talk, I will introduce my past research on user experience with displays, ranging from mobile to large and multiple, from single-user to collaborative and public scenarios. Involved technologies include high-resolution wall-sized displays, mobile Augmented Reality as well as Internet of Things.
Bio: Dr Can Liu is an assistant professor at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong since one year ago. She obtained her PhD in Human-Computer Interaction at the Université Paris-Sud in Paris, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at University College London in the UK. Prior to these, she received a MSc degree in Media Informatics at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany. Her work has been frequently published at ACM CHI conferences and received Best Paper and Honourable Mention awards.