Manfred Tscheligi spends much of his time researching Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, User experience design, Usability and Robot. In the field of Human–computer interaction, his study on Ubiquitous computing overlaps with subjects such as Ethnography. His Multimedia study incorporates themes from Digital television and Gesture.
His User experience design research includes themes of Perceived control, Advanced driver assistance systems and Focus group. The various areas that he examines in his Usability study include Design methods and Measure. His Robot study is concerned with Artificial intelligence in general.
His main research concerns Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, User experience design, Usability and Robot. His Interaction design study in the realm of Human–computer interaction interacts with subjects such as Field. In most of his Multimedia studies, his work intersects topics such as Mobile device.
His work in User experience design is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Knowledge management. Heuristic evaluation, Usability engineering and Usability lab are among the areas of Usability where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Robot study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Artificial intelligence.
Manfred Tscheligi mainly investigates Human–computer interaction, User experience design, Interaction design, World Wide Web and Knowledge management. His study in Human–computer interaction is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Robot, Task, Gaze and Social robot. His studies deal with areas such as Augmented reality and Usability as well as Robot.
Manfred Tscheligi interconnects Visualization and Object in the investigation of issues within Gaze. His User experience design research incorporates elements of Quality, Virtual machine, Payment and Virtual reality. His Interaction design research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mobile interaction, Presentation, Human–robot interaction and Library science.
Human–computer interaction, User experience design, Robot, Personalization and Gaze are his primary areas of study. The Human–computer interaction study combines topics in areas such as Focus, Nonverbal communication and Social robot. Manfred Tscheligi has researched User experience design in several fields, including Virtual machine, Transport engineering, Virtual reality and Everyday life.
His Robot research is under the purview of Artificial intelligence. His Personalization study combines topics in areas such as Persuasive technology, Persuasion, Disposition and Common cause and special cause. His research integrates issues of Multimedia and Wearable computer in his study of Gaze.
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Paper prototyping - what is it good for?: a comparison of paper- and computer-based low-fidelity prototyping
Reinhard Sefelin;Manfred Tscheligi;Verena Giller.
human factors in computing systems (2003)
Towards Autonomous Cars: The Effect of Autonomy Levels on Acceptance and User Experience
Christina Rödel;Susanne Stadler;Alexander Meschtscherjakov;Manfred Tscheligi.
automotive user interfaces and interactive vehicular applications (2014)
Being there again Presence in real and virtual environments and its relation to usability and user experience using a mobile navigation task
Jennifer Brade;Mario Lorenz;Marc Busch;Niels Hammer.
International Journal of Human-computer Studies / International Journal of Man-machine Studies (2017)
Joking, storytelling, artsharing, expressing affection: a field trial of how children and their social network communicate with digital images in leisure time
Ann Mäkelä;Verena Giller;Manfred Tscheligi;Reinhard Sefelin.
human factors in computing systems (2000)
Predicting information technology usage in the car: towards a car technology acceptance model
Sebastian Osswald;Daniela Wurhofer;Sandra Trösterer;Elke Beck.
automotive user interfaces and interactive vehicular applications (2012)
Acceptance of future persuasive in-car interfaces towards a more economic driving behaviour
Alexander Meschtscherjakov;David Wilfinger;Thomas Scherndl;Manfred Tscheligi.
automotive user interfaces and interactive vehicular applications (2009)
Toward an Information Society for All: HCI Challenges and R&D Recommendations
Constantine Stephanidis;Gavriel Salvendy;Demosthenes Akoumianakis;Albert Arnold.
International Journal of Human-computer Interaction (1999)
Semantically structured tag clouds: an empirical evaluation of clustered presentation approaches
Johann Schrammel;Michael Leitner;Manfred Tscheligi.
human factors in computing systems (2009)
Trends in the living room and beyond: results from ethnographic studies using creative and playful probing
Regina Bernhaupt;Marianna Obrist;Astrid Weiss;Elke Beck.
conference on computability in europe (2008)
The USUS Evaluation Framework for Human-Robot Interaction
Astrid Weiss;Regina Bernhaupt;Michael Lankes;Manfred Tscheligi.
artificial intelligence and the simulation of behaviour (2009)
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