Anne Wohlauf


PhD Candidates and Designer
Material Interactions
Short Bio

Anne Wohlauf studied Interface Design at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences.
She joined the Design Research Lab in 2008 as a research assistant and is now working as a designer on projects that focus on security and identity management, like trust-me.
Her interests are participatory design and tangible interaction.

Publications

Hemmert, F., Löwe, M., Wohlauf, A. & Joost, G.  (2013). Animate Mobiles: Proxemically Reactive Posture Actuation as a Means of Relational Interaction with Mobile Phones. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction.

Hemmert, F., Gollner, U., Löwe, M., Wohlauf, A. & Joost, G.  (2010). Intimate Mobiles: Organic Actuation through Pressure, Moisture, and Atmosphere in Mobile Phones. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Organic User Interfaces.

Hemmert, F., Gollner, U., Löwe, M., Wohlauf, A., & Joost, G.  (2010). Intimate Mobiles: Near-Body Telepresence through Tightness, Wetness and Airflow in Mobile Phones. In Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Erotic Life in HCI.

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