Christian Corsten, M.Sc.
|Instant User Interfaces enable users to repurpose everyday objects as input devices in an ad-hoc manner. We implemented a reliable, marker-free object tracking system that enables users to assign semantic meaning to different poses or to touches in different areas. (read more)|
Full paper at ITS '13, St Andrews, UK.
Instant User Interfaces is part of our DFG-funded AURA project.
|Fillables are low-cost and ubiquitous everyday vessels that are appropriated as tangible controllers whose haptics are tuned ad-hoc by filling, e.g., with water. (read more)|
Extended Abstracts for alt.chi at CHI 2013, Paris.
Fillables is part of our DFG-funded AURA project.
|Forceposé uses a pressure-sensitive touchpad to enable quick glances and interactions with occluded windows in Mac OS X. (read more)|
Demo at UIST 2012 Student Innovation Contest, Boston.
Teaching WS 15/16
Open Bachelor's and Master's ThesesI have several theses topics in the area of Turning Everyday Objects into User Interfaces. Contact me if you are interested.
- Björn Dählmann (Bachelor's Thesis)
- Benedikt Langenberg (Master's Thesis)
- Sarah Suleri (Master's Thesis)
- José Mínguez Garrigues (Bachelor's Thesis)
Supervised Bachelor's or Master's Theses
- Ravi Kanth Kosuru (Master's Thesis)
- Christian Humme (Bachelor's Thesis)
- Christian Cherek (Master's Thesis)
- Tatiana Smirnova (Master's Thesis)
- Anke Brocker (Bachelor's Thesis)
- Marcel Lahaye (Bachelor's Thesis, co-supervised with Nur Al-Huda Hamdan)
- Daniel Kaulen (Master's Thesis, external at UCSD, San Diego)
- Sebastian Hueber (Bachelor's Thesis)
- Andreas Link (Bachelor's Thesis)
My Own Theses
Co-Optjects (Master's Thesis, 2012)
DragonFly (Bachelor's Thesis, 2009)
InternshipsI interned at the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory, UCSD, codirected by Jim Hollan. I've been working on two digital pen and paper projects, called PLink:mac and fluid PLink.
|Christian Corsten. Co-Optjects: Instant User Interfaces Through Everyday Objects. Master's thesis, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, January 2012. .|
|Christian Corsten. DragonFly: Spatial Navigation for Lecture Videos. In CHI '10: Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pages 4387–4392, April 2010. .|
|Christian Corsten. DragonFly: Reviewing Lecture Recordings with Spatial Navigation. Bachelor's thesis, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, October 2009. .|
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