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In application-oriented research projects and teaching the Human-Machine Systems Engineering Group deals in an interdisciplinary approach with the user-oriented development of effective and efficient human-machine systems. Please find further information about our activities on our Web pages or contact us. Your  Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ludger Schmidt

B-Biopac

B-Cave-Planung

B-Roboterraupe

B-Leitwarte

B-Epson Prototyp

B-Eyetracking

B-E2VSim-IMG 2182

B-Fahrsimulator

B-Kollab

B-Motion Tracking

B-Gestensteuerung

B-Evaluation

B-Eyetracker

B-Haptik-IMG 2212

B-Noldus-IMG 2220

B-Datenbrille

B-Kameras

B-Free

B-Noldus-IMG 2230

B-Brainstorm

B-AAL-1

B-Fahr Sim-IMG 2187

2017-Hololens-1

B-Seminar

B-Usability

B-Koffer-AAL

B-Haptik-IMG 2215

B-Biopac-Mobile

B-Interhapt

B-Anlage

B-Usability-2

B-Haptik-3

B-Haptik-IMG 2210

B-Roboter

B-E2VSim-IMG 2193

B-Interhapt-2

B-Smart-Brille

B-Drohne

B-Simulator

B-Haptik