Barbara Grüter

is Professor for Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at the Hochschule Bremen and Associated Professor of the Graduate School Advances in Digital Media at the University Bremen. She is head of the research group Gangs of Bremen with the focus on interaction and mobile gaming experiences by exploring, developing, and play testing mobile game prototypes. She currently leads the BMBF Project Landmarks of Mobile Entertainment (2010-2013). 

Leif Oppermann

is project manager at Fraunhofer FIT and deputy head of its “Mixed and Augmented Reality Solutions” group. Through his current role at FIT and previous role at Nottingham’s Mixed Reality Lab he has been directly involved in various projects that researched into Mixed Realities (Equator, EPSRC), Pervasive Gaming (IPerG, EU-FP6), Interactive Storytelling for Creative People (INSCAPE, EU-FP6), Interaction and Presence in Urban Environments (IPCity, EU-FP6), Theories and Tools for Authoring Mixed Reality Games (TOTEM, PICF), and Underwater Augmented Reality (AREEF, KIAT). 

Holger Mügge

is a project manager at the University of Bonn and organizes the research group Software Architecture and Middleware which does research projects on context-sensitivity and mobile gaming. He is also co-founder and CEO of Qeevee, a young company that specializes in mobile distributed applications for entertainment, gaming and learning.


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