Digital accessibility: in conversation with Kavya Ramamoorthy In a rapidly evolving digital age, the nuances of technology and its interface with human touchpoints have become crucial. One individual working in
The HCI Graduate Program has four items to share for Fall 2023: 1) ChatGPT, the Bee Gees, and HCI; 2) New HCI policies regarding Ph.D. students; 3) Enrollment Keeps Rising (Keep telling your friends!); 4) CycloneSupport and TAO (for your well-being)
Iowa State researchers in psychology and engineering found women experience cybersickness with virtual reality headsets more often than men. Their ongoing work, supported by a new $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, explores why this difference exists and options to help individuals adapt.
Learn more about VRAC and the HCI graduate program during a 1-hour public presentation in the the Howe Hall auditorium on Thursday April 6 from 11-noon. This student led presentation