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Daniel Zielasko
Daniel Zielasko
University of Trier
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Evaluation of Hands-Free HMD-Based Navigation Techniques for Immersive Data Analysis
D Zielasko, S Horn, S Freitag, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
2016 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI), 2016
862016
Remain Seated: Towards Fully-Immersive Desktop VR
D Zielasko, B Weyers, M Bellgardt, S Pick, A Meißner, T Vierjahn, ...
2017 IEEE 3rd Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality, 2017
472017
Utilizing Immersive Virtual Reality in Everyday Work
M Bellgardt, S Pick, D Zielasko, T Vierjahn, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
2017 IEEE 3rd Workshop on Everyday Virtual Realit, 2017
242017
A non-stationary office desk substitution for desk-based and hmd-projected virtual reality
D Zielasko, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
2019 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), 1884-1889, 2019
212019
Interactive 3D Force-Directed Edge Bundling
D Zielasko, B Weyers, B Hentschel, TW Kuhlen
Computer Graphics Forum 35 (3), 51-60, 2016
212016
Take a look around–the impact of decoupling gaze and travel-direction in seated and ground-based virtual reality utilizing torso-directed steering
D Zielasko, YC Law, B Weyers
2020 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), 398-406, 2020
202020
A collaborative simulation-analysis workflow for computational neuroscience using HPC
J Senk, A Yegenoglu, O Amblet, Y Brukau, A Davison, DR Lester, A Lührs, ...
Jülich Aachen Research Alliance (JARA) High-Performance Computing Symposium …, 2016
162016
A reliable non-verbal vocal input metaphor for clicking
D Zielasko, N Neha, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
2017 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI), 40-49, 2017
152017
Blowclick: A non-verbal vocal input metaphor for clicking
D Zielasko, S Freitag, D Rausch, YC Law, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
Proceedings of the 3rd ACM Symposium on Spatial User Interaction, 20-23, 2015
132015
Sitting vs. Standing in VR: Towards a Systematic Classification of Challenges and (Dis) Advantages.
D Zielasko, BE Riecke
VR Workshops, 297-298, 2020
122020
Dynamic Field of View Reduction Related to Subjective Sickness Measures in an HMD-based Data Analysis Task
D Zielasko, A Meißner, S Freitag, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
122018
Passive haptic menus for desk-based and hmd-projected virtual reality
D Zielasko, M Krüger, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality (WEVR), 1-6, 2019
112019
buenoSDIAs: Supporting Desktop Immersive Analytics While Actively Preventing Cybersickness
D Zielasko, M Bellgardt, A Meißner, M Haghgoo, B Hentschel, B Weyers, ...
2017 IEEE VIS Workshop on Immersive Analytics, 2017
102017
Integrating visualizations into modeling NEST simulations
C Nowke, D Zielasko, B Weyers, A Peyser, B Hentschel, TW Kuhlen
Frontiers in neuroinformatics 9, 29, 2015
102015
Cirque des Bouteilles: The Art of Blowing on Bottles
D Zielasko, D Rausch, YC Law, TC Knott, S Pick, S Porsche, J Herber, ...
IEEE 10th Symposium on 3D User Interfaces, 209-210, 2015
102015
To sit or not to sit in vr: Analyzing influences and (dis) advantages of posture and embodied interaction
D Zielasko, BE Riecke
Computers 10 (6), 73, 2021
92021
Integrating Continuous and Teleporting VR Locomotion Into a Seamless ‘HyperJump’Paradigm
A Adhikari, D Zielasko, I Aguilar, A Bretin, E Kruijff, M von der Heyde, ...
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2022
72022
Subject 001-A Detailed Self-Report of Virtual Reality Induced Sickness
D Zielasko
IEEE VR Workshop on Immersive Sickness Prevention, 2021
62021
Menus on the desk? system control in deskvr
D Zielasko, M Krüger, B Weyers, TW Kuhlen
2019 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), 1287-1288, 2019
62019
Vista widgets: a framework for designing 3D user interfaces from reusable interaction building blocks
S Gebhardt, T Petersen-Krau, S Pick, D Rausch, C Nowke, T Knott, ...
Proceedings of the 22nd ACM Conference on Virtual Reality Software and …, 2016
62016
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