A project that looks at ways to make linguistically-based support accessible for acoustically challenged listeners.
A high-usability UI for personal health records to collect patient-reported experience measures.
A notification management tool that allows users to easily personalize notifications from a variety of sources according to their needs.
This project works with Northern Manitoba’s Asiniskow Ithiniwak (Rocky Cree) to reclaim their history by revitalizing their stories of cultural identity.
The development of an instrument for measuring iQoL in academic institutions.
This research looks at the individual differences in response to managing digital data, and suggests the design of tools to support these varied approaches to data management.
Smart wheelchair that allows the driver to share control of the power mobility with an intelligent control agent.
Aggregated Dendograms support the comparison of evolutionary trees at multiple levels of detail.
This research aims are to develop and to pilot test an integrated NIRS/EEG system for preterm infants.
Ocupado is a human-centered approach to smart buildings, supporting the visual analysis of building occupancy data.
An innovative video experience incorporating novel interface elements for reading, bookmarking and tagging, visual cueing, and crowdsourcing video content.
Like much of the human behaviour researchers on campus, Dr. Alan Kingstone's research is focused on understanding how everyday perceptions, cognitions, emotions, and human actions, can be studied in
A comprehensive library of haptic invention, annotated with designer-relevant metadata.
Segmentifier supports visual data analysis of e-commerce clickstream data.
The Social CheatSheet project is part of a larger body of research that looks at personalized interfaces to support learning feature-rich software.
With the goal of improving knee replacement success rates, this team is currently investigating a new design concept for a bone-mounted robot for unicompartmental procedures.
Librarians using Inexpensive technology to support computer science curriculum.