We experience the world through and because of our bodies. Our perception has adapted to respond to relevant information, which we use to actively create our experience of the world. Perception is a process which combines motor (efferent) output with sensory (afferent) input. The motor and sensory elements are inseparable, hence, sensorimotor.
We conduct research on such sensorimotor loops and explore their role in Human Computer Interaction. Our research focuses on understanding these sensorimotor loops themselves, designing how they might be deployed in on-body systems, and creating the technology, materials, and infrastructure for implementing these.
2021: BodyStylus: Freehand On-Skin Design and Fabrication of On-Body Interfaces – Narjes Pourjafarian, Marion Koelle, Bruno Fruchard, Sahar Mavali, Konstantin Klamka, Daniel Groeger, Paul Strohmeier, and Jürgen Steimle
2021: Skill Sleeves: Designing Electrode Garments for Wearability – Jarrod Knibbe, Rachel Freire, Marion Koelle, and Paul Strohmeier
2021: Eyecam: Revealing Relations between Humans and Sensing Devices through an Anthropomorphic Webcam – Marc Teyssier, Marion Koelle, Paul Strohmeier, Bruno Fruchard, and Jürgen Steimle
2021: Squish This: Force Input on Soft Surfaces for Visual Targeting Tasks – Bruno Fruchard, Paul Strohmeier, Roland Bennewitz, and Jürgen Steimle
2020: Next Steps for Human-Computer Integration – Florian Floyd Mueller, Pedro Lopes, Paul Strohmeier, Wendy Ju, Caitlyn Seim, Martin Weigel, Suranga Nanayakkara, Marianna Obrist, Zhuying Li, Joseph Delfa, Jun Nishida, Elizabeth M. Gerber, Dag Svanaes, Jonathan Grudin, Stefan Greuter, Kai Kunze, Thomas Erickson, Steven Greenspan, Masahiko Inami, Joe Marshall, Harald Reiterer, Katrin Wolf, Jochen Meyer, Thecla Schiphorst, Dakuo Wang, and Pattie Maes.View Publications