## Immersive Analysis of Health-Related Data with Mixed Reality Interfaces : Potentials and Open Questions

2016
##### Project
SMARTACT Teilprojekt 6: Smartmobility / SMARTACT 2 Teilprojekt 6
##### Publication type
Contribution to a conference collection
Published
##### Published in
ISS Companion '16 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM : Companion on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces / Hancock, Mark (ed.). - New York : ACM, 2016. - pp. 71-76. - ISBN 978-1-4503-4530-9
##### Abstract
In this paper we propose Mixed Reality (MR) interfaces as tools for the analysis and exploration of health-related data. Reported findings originate from the research project "SMARTACT" in which several intervention studies are conducted to investigate how participants' long-term health behavior can be improved. We conducted a focus group to identify limitations of current data analysis technologies and practices, possible uses of MR interfaces and associated open questions to leverage their potentials in the given domain.
##### Subject (DDC)
004 Computer Science
##### Conference
Workshop Immersive Analytics 2016 (in conjunction with ISS '16), Nov 6, 2016 - Nov 9, 2016, Niagara Falls
##### Cite This
ISO 690MÜLLER, Jens, Simon BUTSCHER, Harald REITERER, 2016. Immersive Analysis of Health-Related Data with Mixed Reality Interfaces : Potentials and Open Questions. Workshop Immersive Analytics 2016 (in conjunction with ISS '16). Niagara Falls, Nov 6, 2016 - Nov 9, 2016. In: HANCOCK, Mark, ed.. ISS Companion '16 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM : Companion on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces. New York:ACM, pp. 71-76. ISBN 978-1-4503-4530-9. Available under: doi: 10.1145/3009939.3009951
BibTex
@inproceedings{Muller2016Immer-38626,
year={2016},
doi={10.1145/3009939.3009951},
title={Immersive Analysis of Health-Related Data with Mixed Reality Interfaces : Potentials and Open Questions},
isbn={978-1-4503-4530-9},
publisher={ACM},
booktitle={ISS Companion '16 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM : Companion on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces},
pages={71--76},
editor={Hancock, Mark},
author={Müller, Jens and Butscher, Simon and Reiterer, Harald}
}

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