Publication and presentation at CHI‘22

On May 3rd, the paper “Elements of XR Prototyping: Characterizing the Role and Use of Prototypes in Augmented and Virtual Reality Design” was presented at ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in New Orleans (USA). With her work, Veronika Krauß investigates the role and use of prototypes based on 17 interviews with designers and developers of augmented and virtual reality applications from industry. Additionally, the paper describes an initial taxonomy of such applications. By doing so, Veronika Krauß contributes to the current approaches of creating accessible tools for creating augmented and virtual reality applications. The paper was co-authored by Michael Nebeling, Florian Jasche, and Alexander Boden and can be accessed via the ACM library: