AME017  |  Dual-mode Head-up Display for Vehicle Application

This innovation proposes a dual-projection head-up display (HUD) that superimposes two images of different focal distance onto the windshield of a vehicle. This reduces the "accommodation delay", or time taken for an observer to visually adjust between near and far distance. The innovation describes a systems that is patent protected.

Exhibitor : _ Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)

SDE028  |  Sketch Misrecognition Correction Based on Eye Gaze Monitoring

This technology is related to a sketch-based intelligent system that is widely used for pen-based devices. It is a gaze-based error recognition detection system intended to predict user intention to correct sketch misrecognitions. The system works through a multimodal computer-based intelligent user interface and corrects errors with at least 85 to 90% prediction accuracy.

Exhibitor : KOC University

SDE036  |  Expressive Touch-Based Interaction

The use of touch-based devices has increased dramatically in recent years. In many application scenarios and environments, touch-based interaction offers an intuitive and practical alternative to the mouse and keyboard of the desktop PC and the physical keyboard of a traditional mobile phone. However, from a purely technical perspective, most mainstream touch-based interfaces restrict the user’s interaction to a small number of degrees of freedom with pressing, moving and releasing fingers at different positions on a two-dimensional surface.

Exhibitor : Newcastle University

SDE038  |  User ID for Touchscreen Devices

Touchscreen devices are being adopted in an increasingly wide range of settings including commerce, education and healthcare. When more than one user is interacting with such a device, there is no direct way for the device to identify the user associated with each touch. In many settings it is useful, or even necessary for security reasons, to be able to identify the user responsible for any given interaction.

Exhibitor : Newcastle University

SDE091  |  Using Contextual Locations for Embedding Cloud Information in the Home

Placing information at specific locations in the home provides rich and intuitive ways for people to cope with information. They leverage context and meaning of the locations within the home. However, there is no deeper investigation yet on how users would embed digital cloud-based information into various locations in their homes, partly because previous systems were not robust enough to be deployed in real settings for extended periods of time. Our technology, a system of display blocks, was developed to integrate cloud information with contextually rich physical spaces. It was designed for long battery life, robust communication and simple interactions. 

Exhibitor : Singapore University of Technology and Design