Monthly Archives: October 2013

Seminar 14/11/13 – Faizuddin Mohd Noor

Predicting Screen Touches From Back-of-Device Grip Changes Thursday 14th November, 2pm, Sir Alwyn Williams Building, Room 422 We demonstrate that front-of-screen targeting on mobile phones can be predicted from back-of-device grip manipulations. Using simple, low-resolution capacitive touch sensors placed around … Continue reading

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Seminar 21/11/13 – Daryl Weir

Uncertain Text Entry on Mobile Devices Thursday 21st November, 2pm, Sir Alwyn Williams Building, Room 422 Modern mobile devices typically rely on touchscreen keyboards for input. Unfortunately, users often struggle to enter text accurately on virtual keyboards. We undertook a … Continue reading

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Seminar 7/10/13 – Henning Pohl (University of Hannover)

Around-device devices: utilizing space and objects around the phone Monday 7th October, 3pm, Sir Alwyn Williams Building, Room 423 For many people their phones have become their main everyday tool. While phones can fulfill many different roles, they also require … Continue reading

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Seminar 3/10/2013 – Jan Larsen (Technical University of Denmark)

Extracting meaning from audio – a machine learning approach Thursday 3rd October, 2pm, SAWB Level 5

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