Christiane Moser and Bernhard Maurer presented work from the Center for Human-Computer Interaction at CHI Play 2015, which took place in London, UK, from October 3rd to 7th and attracted around 200 attendees from all over the world.

Bernhard Maurer presented a paper on “Gaze-Based Onlooker Integration: Exploring the In-Between of Active Player and Passive Spectator in Co-Located Gaming“, which investigates the effects of different levels of onlooker input and their influence on the playing experience.

Christiane Moser participated in the Tool Design Jam: Designing tools for Games User Research and presented a poster on “Potentials of Gamification: Motivating Older Adults on a Support Exchange Platform”, which investigates how rewards can be used to support intrinsic motivation of older adults to support each other.

Contact: Christiane Moser