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DI Bakk.techn. Michael Haslgrübler
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Institut für Pervasive Computing
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
A-4040 Linz

Room: S3 0606
Phone: +43-732-2468-4768
Fax: +43-732-2468-4765
E-Mail: haslgruebler ät pervasive döt jku döt at
Teaching in 2018WS
Teaching340.030UE G3Softwareentwicklung 1
Teaching340.031UE G4Softwareentwicklung 1
Projects
Eye-Controlled Machines: EyeControl aims to create a whole new way of human-machine interaction in complex manufacturing settings, by introducing eye-gaze as a modality of implicit and explicit interaction with industrial machines and processes performed by them.
Man and Machines in ICT based Production Systems of the Future: {lang "de"}Produktionssysteme der Zukunft haben eine radikale Individualisierung von Produkten (Lot-size 1) bei gleichzeitiger hoher Flexibilisierung und Kostenreduktion durch Massenproduktion zum Ziel. Eine Schlüsselherausforderung zur Erreichung dieses Zieles ist die symbiotische, kollaborative Zusammenarbeit zwischen Mensch und Maschine in der Fabrik der Zukunft. Diese Projekt schlägt eine aufmerksamkeitgesteuerte Selbstanpassung zukünftiger IKT basierter Produktionsanlagen vor, die -im Gegensatz zu...
360Light Experiencing panoramic content in public spaces: Goals: High resolution, internet enabled, interactive display systems have become broadly deployed in public places, mostly for location specific announcement and commercial advertisement purposes - often referred to as SmartLight displays. 360Light attempts at combining cutting edge research in self-aware, adaptive and intelligent display systems, with high resolution 360° video capturing and streaming, and device free interaction principles and modalities.
Betreute Bakk-/Masterarbeiten
RGB-I Laser Projector: Goals: The goal is to built a laser based projection unit which is able to annotate in visible and invisible (infrared) light. What should be displayed is sent in by a network interface. Technologies: Embedded SystemsMicro-ControllersZeroMQ Related Work: Laser Shark Dual Mirror Laser ProjectorOpenSourceLaserProjector
Person-Identification from Top Down Cameras: Goals: The goal is to be able to re-identify persons from a top down camera perspective. Technologies:CamerasComputer VisionMachine Learning Related Work: Zheng, Wei-Shi, Shaogang Gong, and Tao Xiang. "Person re-identification by probabilistic relative distance comparison." Computer vision and pattern recognition (CVPR), 2011 IEEE conference on. IEEE, 2011.Zhao, Rui, Wanli Ouyang, and Xiaogang Wang. "Unsupervised salience learning for person re-identification.
Capture what you perceive - Gaze Based Analysis: Goals: The goal is to capture what a person is reading/viewing during a period of time (e.g. a lecture). This reading is analyzed and semantically post-processed. Technologies: Eye-TrackingOCR Semantical Analysis Machine LearningDeep LearningObject Recognition Related Work: Smith, Ray. "An overview of the Tesseract OCR engine." Document Analysis and Recognition, 2007. ICDAR 2007. Ninth International Conference on. Vol. 2. IEEE, 2007.Mason, Lucia, et al.
Social Acceptance of Actuator Feedback: Goals: The goal is to analyze which type of actuator feedback is appropriate for various situations. Technologies: Context-RecognitionSocial-Aware ComputingEmbedded SystemsActuatorsAudio/Video/Haptic Feedback Related Work: Bagozzi, Richard P. "The legacy of the technology acceptance model and a proposal for a paradigm shift." Journal of the association for information systems 8.4 (2007): 3.Anthony, Danu B., John G. Holmes, and Joanne V. Wood.
Publications (18)
2018
EyeControl: Towards Unconstrained Eye Tracking in Industrial Environments
SUI ’18: The 6th ACM Symposium on Spatial User Interaction, October 13–14, 2018, Berlin, Germany, Editors: ACM, 1 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3267782.3274673, October 2018.
B. Gollan, M. Haslgrübler, A. Ferscha, J. Heftberger
Making Sense: Experiences with Multi-Sensor Fusion in Industrial Assistance Systems
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems (PhyCS), Editors: tba, 8 pages, September 2018.
Natural Pursuits for Eye Tracker Calibration
5th international Workshop on Sensor-based Activity Recognition and Interaction (iWOAR ’18), Editors: tba, ACM, New York, 10 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3266157.3266207, September 2018.
Visually Perceived Relevance of Objects reveals Learning Improvements and Task Difficulty
PETRA ’18: The 11th PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference, June 26–29, 2018, Corfu, Greece., Editors: ACM, New York, 4 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3197768.3201520, June 2018.
M. Haslgrübler, A. Ferscha, J. Heftberger
Transferring Expert Knowledge through Video Instructions
PETRA ’18: The 11th PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference, June 26–29, 2018, Corfu, Greece., Editors: ACM, New York, 5 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3197768.3201571, June 2018.
Eyes are different than Hands: An Analysis of Gaze as Input Modality for Industrial Man-Machine Interactions
PETRA ’18: The 11th PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference, June 26–29, 2018, Corfu, Greece., Editors: ACM, New York, 8 pages, May 2018.
Contour-Guided Gaze Gestures: Using Object Contours as Visual Guidance for Triggering Interactions
ETRA ’18: 2018 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, June 14–17, 2018, Warsaw, Poland, Editors: ACM, New York, 10 pages, May 2018.
2017
Getting Through - Modality Selection in a Multi-Sensor-Actuator Industrial IoT Environment
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Internet of Things, ACM, 8 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3131542.3131561, October 2017.
Gazor: A gaze aware Industrial IoT-based Instructor
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Internet of Things, ACM, 2 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3131542.3140266, October 2017.
Contour-Guided Gaze Gestures: Eye-based Interaction with Everyday Objects and IoT Devices
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Internet of Things, ACM, 2 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3131542.3140262, October 2017.
Natural Pursuit Calibration: Using Motion Trajectories for Unobtrusive Calibration of Mobile Eye Trackers
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Internet of Things, ACM, 2 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3131542.3140271, October 2017.
Eyes are faster than Hands: An Analysis of Mobile Gaze-based Interaction with IoT Devices
Workshop on Handling the Internet of Things: Human-Computer Interaction Perspectives on IoT (in conjunction with IoT '17), Editors: to appear, 8 pages, October 2017.
Gaze-based Action Zones: A universal interaction modality for IoT devices
Workshop on Handling the Internet of Things: Human-Computer Interaction Perspectives on IoT (in conjunction with IoT '17), Editors: To appear, 7 pages, October 2017.
2016
Demonstrator for Extracting Cognitive Load from Pupil Dilation for Attention Management Services
Workshop on UbiTtention: Smart & Ambient Notification and Attention Management (in conjunction with UbiComp 2016), Editors: A. Voit, B. Poppinga, D. Weber , M. Böhmer, N. Henze, S. Gehring, T. Okoshi, hcilab.org, Keplerstrasse 7, DE-70174 Stuttgart, September 2016.
2015
Insights on Pupil Dilation, Interaction Technique and Effort
Workshop on Interaction on Large Displays (In conjunction with ITS 2015), Editors: L. Lischke, J. Grüninger, K. Klouche, A. Schmidt, P. Slusallek, G. Jacucci, hcilab.org, Pfaffenwaldring 5a, DE-70569 Stuttgart, November 2015.
Engaging Interactions with Public Multi-Display Systems: Immersive Assessment
Workshop on Interaction on Large Displays (In conjunction with ITS 2015), Editors: L. Lischke, J. Grüninger, K. Klouche, A. Schmidt, P. Slusallek, G. Jacucci, hcilab.org, Pfaffenwaldring 5a, DE-70569 Stuttgart, November 2015.
2010
DarSens: A Framework for Distributed Activity Recognition from Body-Worn Sensors
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Body Area Networks (BodyNets'10), Corfu Island, Greece, September 2010.
Projects: OPPORTUNITY
2009
A Self-Organizing Approach to Activity Recognition with Wireless Sensors
Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Self-Organizing Systems (IWSOS 2009), Springer LNCS, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, December 2009.
Projects: OPPORTUNITY