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26 July 2005
Learn to fly an aerobatic jet with our free MB-339 PAN package.
In a joint press conference with Frecce Tricolori (the aerobatic team of the Italian Air Force), the HCI Lab released today a free multi-platform simulation that allows you to learn flying their jet. Watch the video and the screenshots.
06 June 2005
HCI Lab students place 1st at the Imagine Cup 2005 italian finals.
They will represent Italy in the Software Design category at the world finals in Yokohama, Japan, this summer. The Imagine Cup is a Microsoft-sponsored technology competition to let developers showcase their innovation. Our winning students presented a project called TellMe that integrates mobile and 3D technologies to assist users with certain disabilities in communicating.
04 April 2005
BBC News reports about one of our projects.
In a news story about Web3D, BBC News mentions a project by University of Udine in Italy in which visitors to the city can use their own portable digital-capable machines to download 3D graphics of tourist sites.
04 March 2005
Two (out of 18) papers accepted at the ACM Web3D 2005 Symposium are from our Lab.
14 October 2004
A business idea by our lab is selected for the finals of the Italian Innovation Award
Only 3 (out of 95) projects were selected in the regional contest. Our project is named Mobile 3D and includes a detailed business plan for a spin-off company that would deal with innovative exploitation of 3D graphics and mobile devices for tourist support.
07 August 2004
LET-Web3D Workshop to be held in Udine.
The HCI Lab announces the first edition of the Web3D Workshop in Learning, Education and Training, that will be held in Udine September 30-October 1, 2004. For more information, visit the LET-Web3D website.
11 May 2004
Virtual humans...with personality!
We developed a system to give personality traits to 3D virtual characters and make them behave accordingly (as human beings do). The work has been accepted among the very best papers (22% rate of acceptance) of Computer Animation & Social Agents (CASA) 2004 Conference and published in the Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds Journal.
02 May 2004
Two (out of 22) full papers accepted at the Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI) 2004 Conference are from our Lab.
They deal with different HCI aspects of 3D Virtual Environments: one is about studying users' behaviours in 3D spaces, the other is about navigations aids.
07 January 2004
HCI Lab helps clinicians in the analysis of medical data.
In the last three years, we have worked closely with clinicians to develop a visual data mining system that visualizes large temporal databases in a hemodialysis center. Some of the latest developments of this project are described in the special issue on Visual Data Mining of the Journal of Visual Languages and Computing.
17 September 2003
Mobile HCI 2003 (organized by our lab) concludes successfully.
With 122 papers submitted from 26 different countries, and a selection rate of 33% for full papers and 49% for short papers, the fifth edition of the conference featured a very high quality technical program.