Funded Projects

Zwei Personen mit VR Brille spielen ein Klatschspiel.

The aim of the collaborative project is to enable synchronously perceived social interaction in virtual reality. Both technical and cognitive psychological factors are being used to improve the perceived synchronicity.

Ein Mädchen tanzt, während eine digitale Repräsentation von ihr die Bewegungen nachahmt.

As part of the sub-project »Lernen am Objekt« (»Learning Through the Object«), the Bauhaus University is funding the project »Talking Bodies« by the Junior Professorship Usability in cooperation with the Chair »Crossmediales Bewegtbild«.

Computer animated image of a driving situation from the perspective of a cyclist.

Coordinated by the Alliance of Thuringian Engineering Sciences, the inter-university research group »Connected and Cognitive Driving« starts its work today. The Bauhaus University is being represented by the junior professorship Usability as well as the Chair of Traffic System Planning and cooperates with the Technical University of Ilmenau (RF and Microwave Research Group), the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt (Chair of Intelligent Transportation Systems) as well as the University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden (Chair of Automation Technology and Robotics).


Expired funding: Teaching project »Empirical Research Seminar: Affective Computing«

During the winter semester 22/23 as well as summer semester 2023, our teaching project »Empirical Research Seminar: Affective Computing« was funded by the »Teaching Innovation Fund« of the Bauhaus-University Weimar.