Modulating Human Subjective
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World Haptics 2023

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JLU Team had great time at World Haptics 2023 which is the major conference in the field of haptics. The team disseminated the ChronoPilot findings with two talks and a workshop. Bora presented a talk on the ChronoPilot multimodal vest and Müge had a talk about the effect of emotional stimuli on time perception of neutral tactile events. In the workshop, Knut presented the various research findings of the JLU team on time perception and the aims of the ChronoPilot project.

Applied vibrotaction workshop at the World Haptics 2023

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JLU Team's Workshop submission for the IEEE World Haptics Conference in Delft is accepted! This workshop brings together experts from academia to industry, who show how vibrotactile and haptic feedback technology can be applied in a wide area of different use cases.More details can be found on the workshop website.

JLU Team at Vision Sciences Society Meeting

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Bora (top) presented his work on tap-and-pop effect where he demonstrated the haptic analog for pip-and-pop effect. Müge (bottom) presented the collaborative work with UCON and PANTEION on time perception and emotion in real-life human-swarm interaction scenario. Congrats!

ChronoPilot Symposia - accepted for the Timing Research Forum

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We are happy to announce that our symposia submission "A multidisciplinary approach for the modulation of the human subjective time experience" for the Timing Research Forum is accepted. We are looking forward to meeting you in Portugal!

ChronoPilot Press Release - Giessener Anzeiger

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ChronoPilot featured in an article in Giessener Anzeiger. The article summarizes the ChronoPilot project's goals and aims.The full article can be obtained from the link.

UCON at Human Robot Interaction Conference

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Julian presented presented his work where he investigated the effect of swarm size and speed on human time perception. This project was a collaboration between UCON, JLU, and PANTEION. We are looking forward to further collaborative works!

Luxembourg meeting

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ChronoPilot team had an amazing time in Luxembourg. We shared our progress with each other, tried the VR demo and the multimodal ChronoPilot vest. We are grateful to the Luxembourg team for organizing the meeting!

PANTEION team’s autumn 2022 activities

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ChronoPilot has been active during autumn 2022! Firstly, PANTEION team participated in a demonstration of the projects’ activities and progress as a part of 2022 European Researchers’ Night. PANTEION has also participated in Athens Science Festival, where a wide range of audience including academic and industry stakeholders along with members of the public were informed about scientific progress of our project.

Open campus day in Giessen

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JLU Team demonstrated a vibrotactile sle3 3eve and a vest to wide range of audience from various age groups and professions. We are proud that their pavilion attracted so much attention!

Project Meeting

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ChronoPilot project meeting happened in Athens, Greece. It was really exciting to meet the project members, this time in person. We are really grateful to PANTEION team who organized this amazing meeting!

Vest & Gauntlet Prototype

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The JLU Team has finalized the Haptic Vest and Gauntlet prototypes. Both wearables will be used to create time-altering effects during and beyond the ChronoPilot project lifetime. Congrats Team!


ChronoPilot would like to congratulate Jean Botev, Knut Drewing, Heiko Hamann, Yara Khaluf, Pieter Simoens, and Argiro Vatakis, who published the very first collaborative ChronoPilot paper in IEEE Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality (AIVR) Proceedings. The paper is titled “ChronoPilot – Modulating Time Perception”. Jean Botev based at Luxembourg University presented this paper at 2021 IEEE AIVR which can be found here.

Meet the Team

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The EU Project ChronoPilot had its first meeting today on the 8th of October, 2021. The ChronoPilot project is excited to meet and catch up with all the members.