Anton Sigitov

Anton Sigitov
Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg · Institute of Visual Computing

Master of Science

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Additional affiliations
October 2014 - January 2015
Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Interactive Systems
April 2012 - present
Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
Position
  • Research Associate
Description
  • Projects: IVAB, SimuBridge
Education
September 2015 - March 2018
University of Rostock
Field of study
  • Collaboration on Large, High-Resolution Displays
September 2009 - March 2012
Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
Field of study
  • Computer Science
September 2006 - September 2009
Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
Field of study
  • Computer Science

Publications

Publications (13)
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Large display environments are highly suitable for immersive analytics. They provide enough space for effective co-located collaboration and allow users to immerse themselves in the data. To provide the best setting—in terms of visualization and interaction—for the collaborative analysis of a real-world task, we have to understand the group dynamic...
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Large, high-resolution displays are highly suitable for creation of digital environments for co-located collaborative task solving. Yet, placing multiple users in a shared environment may increase the risk of interferences, thus causing mental discomfort and decreasing efficiency of the team. To mitigate interferences coordination strategies and te...
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Large, high-resolution displays demonstrated their effectiveness in lab settings for cognitively demanding tasks in single user and collaborative scenarios. The effectiveness is mostly reached through inherent displays» properties - large display real estate and high resolution - that allow for visualization of complex datasets, and support of grou...
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Supported by their large size and high resolution, display walls suit well for different collaboration types. However, in order to foster instead of impede collaboration processes, interaction techniques need to be carefully designed, taking into regard the possibilities and limitations of the display size, and their effects on human perception and...
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Synchronous cooperative work of multiple collaborators in large, high-resolution display systems comprises such psychological phenomena like workspace awareness and human territoriality. The phenomena and interplay between them can cause a significant impact on human-human and human-environment interaction. In a non-digital environment humans rely...
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There is a need for rapid prototyping tools for large, high-resolution displays (LHRDs) in both scientific and commercial domains. That is, the area of LHRDs is still poorly explored and possesses no established standards, thus developers have to experiment a lot with new interaction and visualization concepts. Therefore, a rapid prototyping tool f...
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The steadily decreasing prices of display technologies and computer graphics hardware contribute to the increasing popularity of multiple-display environments, like large, high-resolution displays. It is therefore necessary that educational organizations give the new generation of computer scientists an opportunity to become familiar with this kind...
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The simulation of global illumination for Virtual Reality (VR) applications is a challenging process. The main reason for this is the high computational complexity of the Monte Carlo integration which makes sufficient frame rates hard to achieve. It is even more challenging to adopt this process for large, high-resolution displays (LHRD), because t...
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In this paper we present the steps towards a well-designed concept of a VR system for school experiments in scientific domains like physics, biology and chemistry. The steps include the analysis of system requirements in general, the analysis of school experiments and the analysis of input and output devices demands. Based on the results of these s...
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Most Virtual Reality (VR) applications use rendering methods which implement local illumination models, simulating only direct interaction of light with 3D objects. They do not take into account the energy exchange between the objects themselves, making the resulting images look non-optimal. The main reason for this is, that the simulation of globa...
Thesis
Heutzutage gewinnen AR/VR-Systeme immer mehr an Bedeutung. Das zeigt sich auch daran, dass sie bereits in vielen Bereichen zum Einsatz kommen: Medizin, Automobilbau, Maschinenbau, Pilotentraining etc. Ein weiterer, logischer Schritt wäre, diese Systeme auch in Schulen einzusetzen. Das kann zu der Entstehung einer attraktiven Lernumgebung führen, wa...

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Questions (14)
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I am not sure if it makes sense since it can happen that no paper will follow. Alternatively, I have found aspredicted.org web-site, where experiments can be pre-registered. Has anyone any experience with this service?
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I'd like to put my unpublished/rejected work on my website together with the reviewers' comments. Am I allowed to do so?
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I've conducted a study and I'd like to split the results into two different papers, since they are not reallly related. May I use the exact same description of the study (is it a good style?) or should I refolmute it somehow for the second paper?
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I have a group of participants. For each participant I counted how many times particular events occurred, e.g. event A = 12, event B = 2, and event C = 7. What statistical test can I use to check if there is a significant difference between means of individual event types? Is it right to use paired t-test or Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test?
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I reckon that fixed position data (e.g. maps or graphs) will allow user for more effective navigation and more intuitive interaction in front of large, hig-resolution displays. Does it make sence to you? Is there any research on that topic? Do you know other sensible examples of fixed position data?
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I have a rectange of fixed size (height, width) and I'd like to fill it with squares of random size. Each square shouldn't be larger then max size, and smaller then min size. It could be everything in between though.
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Why is it indefinite? Is it not clear that I mean the current day?
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In particular, I am interested in applications that allows graph manipulation in order to gain new insight into data.
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Can I exchange a Kinect v1 for Kinect v2 without updating my code?
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I can imagine that a pattern matching approach will do the trick, but maybe there is anything else...
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I am interested in tasks from real domains / real life where large, high-resolution displays provide some overvalue. Maybe you could name some companies which utilize LHRDs?
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HI, I am currently developing an experiment on short-term memory where the user has to look at a sequence of numbers and characters and then retype that sequence.  Do you know any similar experiments? What is the best way to build a sequence in order to avoid chunks which could be better remembered by the user? How much time should be provided for remembering? At the moment I am giving the user a half of a second per character/number.
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Do you know of some small HTML5 rendering engines which are easy to integrate into a C++ application? The Idea is to create and use a HTML5 canvas for a large, high-resolution display.
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The specs I am interested in are: number of displays / projectors, total resolution, number of computers the display is driven by. I am currently trying to make some overview.