The Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) group specialises in innovative research and teaching around user experience design, virtual/augmented reality, accessibility and assistive technology, and sensor-driven interaction.
We work collaboratively with leading national/international organisations across disciplines to develop and explore novel technical innovations addressing real-word challenges.
Our team of academics and research students are leading projects around investigating natural forms of interaction in virtual/augmented reality experiences (such as freehand grasping techniques), developing new multimodal approaches (eye gaze and speech input) for supporting disabled coders, creating novel wheelchair training techniques (using augmented reality), and investigating the use of natural language speech input to support disabled users in controlling digital systems.
We actively publish our research at leading international HCI conferences and venues including CHI, ISMAR, Interact, ICMI, and DIS. The group also leads the innovative MSc User Experience Design course focused around developing the next generation of leading HCI researchers and user experience practitioners.
- Natural interaction in Augmented/Virtual Reality
- Eye gaze interaction for disabled users
- Mixed reality for remote medical demonstrations
- Wheelchair training via Augmented Reality
- Multimodal interaction approaches for disabled coders
- Inclusive interaction techniques for creative work
- Natural language speech interfaces
- Chris Creed
- Ian Williams
- Maite Frutos-Pascual
- Carlo Harvey
- Tychonas Michailidis
- Jay Patel
- Niccolò Granieri
- Alan Dolhasz
- Mathew Randall
- Lianne Forbes