Liisa is preparing her doctoral thesis about designing mobile map services from the viewpoint of Spatial Cognition in Navigation. The main research question in her thesis, which is positioned in the field of Human-Technology Interaction, is: How to support the user's orientation with mobile maps.
She is a PhD student at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. From February to March 2013, Liisa is visiting Magic Vision Lab to strengthen her thesis by examining the influences of Augmented Reality on spatial cognition.
Liisa graduated as a master of economic science in 2008 from the field of information systems science, specialized in user-friendly information technology.
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and Sandor, C.
Depth Perception in Tablet-Based Augmented Reality at Medium- and Far-Field Distances
Poster in Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, page 121, Dublin, Ireland, August, 2013.
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