Human Computer Interaction

Benedikt Hosp

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University of Tübingen
Dpt. of Computer Science
Human-Computer Interaction
Sand 14
72076 Tübingen
Germany

Telephone
+49 - (0) 70 71 - 29 - 78996
Telefax
+49 - (0) 70 71 - 29 - 50 62
E-Mail
benedikt.hosp@uni-tuebingen.de
Office
Sand 14, C205a
Office hours
on appointment

Research Interests

  • Cognitive training systems
  • Omnidirectional video segmentation
  • Gaze behaviour of athletes
  • Expertise classification
  • Virtual Reality
  • Remote Eye Tracking
  • High Speed Eye Tracking

Publications

2020

A Study of Expert/Novice Perception in Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery

Myat Su Yin, Peter Haddawy, Benedikt Hosp, Paphon Sa-ngasoongsong, Thanwarat Tanprathumwong, Madereen Sayo, Supawit Yangyuenpradorn, and Akara Supratak. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Medical and Health Informatics, pages 71–77, 2020.

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Eye Movement Feature Classification for Soccer Expertise Identification in Virtual Reality

Benedikt Hosp, Florian Schultz, Enkelejda Kasneci, and Oliver Höner. arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.11676. Submitted, 2020.

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RemoteEye: An open-source high-speed remote eye tracker

Benedikt Hosp, Shahram Eivazi, Maximilian Maurer, Woflgang Fuhl, David Geisler, and Enkelejda Kasneci. Behavior Research Methods, pages 1–15. Springer, 2020.

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2019

Encodji: Encoding Gaze Data Into Emoji Space for an Amusing Scanpath Classification Approach ;)

Wolfgang Fuhl, Efe Bozkir, Benedikt Hosp, Nora Castner, David Geisler, Thiago C., and Enkelejda Kasneci. Eye Tracking Research and Applications, 2019.

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2018

BORE: Boosted-oriented edge optimization for robust, real time remote pupil center detection

W. Fuhl, S. Eivazi, B. Hosp, A. Eivazi, W. Rosenstiel, and E. Kasneci. Eye Tracking Research and Applications, ETRA, 2018.

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Teaching

Course Term
Basispraktikum Technische Informatik
Basispraktikum Technische Informatik