Blog about Semanux
4th November 2021Interaction Hardware has arrived
We integrate a wide variety of input options into our prototypes. In doing so, we implement a so-called multimodal interaction, i.e., the intelligent combination of several input devices to enable flexible yet intuitive operation for all users. ... read more.
26th August 2021Application for EXIST funding accepted
Our application for funding through the first phase of an “EXIST Transfer of Research” program by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and European Social Funds has been accepted! We have been granted with over 645,000 euros as support to develop a prototype and business plan for Semanux from September 2021 to February 2023. ... read more.
6th July 2021Talk at Cyber Valley Series on 15th July
Raphael will give a talk at the virtual event “AI in Social Innovation & Impact” of the “Entrepreneurship Series” by Cyber Valley. He will explore the topic of social innovation and the impact of Semanux. The event will take place via Zoom on Thursday, 15th July 2021, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Registrations are free and open for all. ... read more.
8th May 2021Gaze and Hum for Text Entry
In our research paper “Hummer: Text Entry by Gaze and Hum”, we have combined gaze control with humming sounds in a novel, hands-free text entry system. Our results were accepted for detailed publication and presentation at the most important international conference on human-computer interaction, CHI. ... read more.
15th March 2021Feature in the PARAplegiker Magazine
A special section was dedicated to us in the current issue of “PARAplegiker” for spring 2021. PARAplegiker magazine is the most important German-language magazine focusing on paraplegia. It currently has a circulation of over 12,000 copies. ... read more.
18th February 2021Raphael defends his PHD Thesis
Raphael has successfully defended his dissertation “Improving Usability and Accessibility of the Web with Eye Tracking” at the University of Koblenz-Landau. In his dissertation, Raphael introduces innovative methods for using eye tracking to improve usability and accessibility on the Web, discusses their implementation as prototypes, and reports on the evaluation with users of the new methods. ... read more.