Our working group is (slightly hyper) active in the upcoming ISPRS congress starting next week!
We start with a tutorial on eye movement analysis for imagery and 3D models, continue with two theme sessions perceptual and cognitive experiments and smart cities, and finish with two more sessions we organized on geographical visualization and virtual reality.
Tutorial & Oral sessions:
(also see our interactive sessions)
On Tuesday (12 July) 08:30-12:00 Raechel Bianchetti and I (Arzu Çöltekin) are offering a tutorial titled, Usability methods and eye movement analysis for understanding the use of remotely sensed imagery, 3D geovisualizations and virtual reality. Tutorial will consist of lectures and a hands-on session.
On Wednesday (13 July) 16:30 – 18:00, our theme session on Perceptual and Cognitive experiments with imagery and 3D models will take place. Session features the following oral presentations (also see our interactive sessions)
Simulating navigation with virtual 3D geovisualizations – a focus on memory related factors. I. Lokka and A. Çöltekin
Tangible landscape: Cognitively grasping the flow of water B. Alexander Harmon, A. Petrasova, V. Petras, H. Mitasova, R.K. Meentemeyer
Analysis of visual interpretation of satellite data H. Svatonova
Understanding human perception of building categories in virtual 3d cities – a user study P. Tutzauer, S. Becker, T. Niese, O. Deussen, and D. Fritsch
Cognitive aspects of collaboration in 3d virtual environments V. Juřík, L. Herman, P. Kubíček, Z. Stachoň, and Č. Šašinka
On Thursday (14 July) 16:30 – 18:00, our theme session on Smart Cities will take place. Session features the following oral presentations (also see our interactive sessions) .
Real-time environmental sensors to improve health in the sensing city L. Marek, M. Campbell, M. Epton, M. Storer, and S. Kingham
Assessing urban droughts in a smart city framework R. Obringer, X. Zhang, K. Mallick, S. H. Alemohammad, and D. Niyogi
Big bicycle data processing: from personal data to urban applications C. J. Pettit, S. N. Lieske, and S. Z. Leao
Urban growth scenarios of a future mega city: case study Ahmedabad A.Lehner, V. Kraus, and K. Steinnocher
Walkability for different urban granularities D. Hollenstein and S. Bleisch
On Friday (15 July) 13:30 – 15:00 and 16:30 – 18:00, we have two sessions on Geographical Visualization and Virtual Reality. Sessions feature the following oral presentations (also see our interactive sessions) .
Friday (15 July) 13:30 – 15:00
Direct image-to-geometry registration using mobile sensor dataC. Kehl, S. J. Buckley, R. L. Gawthorpe, I. Viola, and J. A. Howell
Gaze and feet as additional input modalities for interacting with geospatial interfaces A. Çöltekin, J. Hempel, A. Brychtova, I. Giannopoulos, S. Stellmach, and R. Dachselt
Impact of schematic designs on the cognition of underground tube maps Zheng Liu and Zhilin Li
Do the visual complexity algorithms match the generalization process in geographical displays? A. Brychtová, A. Çöltekin, and V. Pászto
Animation strategies for smooth transformations between discrete LoDs of 3D building models Martin Kada, Andreas Wichmann, Yevgeniya Filippovska, and Tobias Hermes
On Friday (15 July) 16:30 – 18:00
Investigating the use of 3D geovisualizations for urban design in informal settlement upgrading in South Africa V. Rautenbach, S. Coetzee, and A. Çöltekin
Towards the development of a taxonomy for visualisation of streamed geospatial data B. H. Sibolla, T. Van Zyl, and S. Coetzee
On the usability and usefulness of 3D (geo)visualizations – a focus on virtual reality environments A. Çöltekin, I. Lokka, and M. Zahner
Challenges of a modern atlas of the ageing society S. Bleisch, D. Hil, S. Korkut, and P. Meyer
Integration of GIS and BIM for indoor geovisual analytics B. Wu and S. Zhang