Gabriel Haas

Learn More
  • Heidelberg E Ammenwerth, A Buchauer, B Brigl, Regensburg H Brockard, M Dugas, A Goldschmidt +20 others
  • 2001
The goal of the requirements index is to support the management of hospital information systems, especially strategic information management and selection of software products. The construction of requirements index was funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) under grant HA 1438/12-1. The commercial use of even parts of the requirements index(More)
BACKGROUND The worldwide incidence of prostate cancer has been rising rapidly, likely due to intensified effort in early detection and screening. Intense effort is also directed at novel schemas of chemoprevention and therapy. Incidence data are insufficient to identify the true magnitude of prostate cancer in a given population. The true prevalence of(More)
We present SwiVRChair, a motorized swivel chair to nudge users' orientation in 360 degree storytelling scenarios. Since rotating a scene in virtual reality (VR) leads to simulator sickness, storytellers currently have no way of controlling users' attention. SwiVRChair allows creators of 360 degree VR movie content to be able to rotate or block users'(More)
This paper presents Glass Unlock, a novel concept using smart glasses for smartphone unlocking, which is theoretically secure against smudge attacks, shoulder-surfing, and camera attacks. By introducing an additional temporary secret like the layout of digits that is only shown on the private near-eye display, attackers cannot make sense of the observed(More)
We present <i>FaceTouch</i>, a novel interaction concept for mobile Virtual Reality (VR) head-mounted displays (HMDs) that leverages the backside as a touch-sensitive surface. With <i>FaceTouch</i>, the user can point at and select virtual content inside their field-of-view by touching the corresponding location at the backside of the HMD utilizing their(More)
PURPOSE To investigate whether manganese superoxide dismutase (MnSOD) genetic polymorphism is associated with the clinical significance of prostate cancer. MATERIALS AND METHODS Prostates were obtained from 194 deceased men 45 years or older who did not have a history of prostate cancer. Serial sections and histological examinations of the prostate were(More)
We present FaceTouch, a mobile Virtual Reality (VR) headmounted display (HMD) that leverages the backside as a touch-sensitive surface. FaceTouch allows the user to point at and select virtual content inside their field-of-view by touching the corresponding location at the backside of the HMD utilizing their sense of proprioception. This allows for a rich(More)
We present a demonstration of <i>SwiVRChair</i>, a motorized swivel chair to nudge users' orientation in 360 degree storytelling scenarios. Since rotating a scene in virtual reality (VR) leads to simulator sickness, storytellers currently have no way of controlling users' attention. <i>SwiVRChair</i> allows creators of 360 degree VR movie content to be able(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore any differences in efficacy and safety outcomes between European (EU) (n = 684) and North American (NA) (n = 395) patients in the AFFIRM trial (NCT00974311). PATIENTS AND METHODS Phase III, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multinational AFFIRM trial in men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC) after docetaxel.(More)
AIMS To identify combinations of variables among overactive bladder (OAB) clinical trial subjects that allow prediction of those who are more--or less--likely to respond strongly to placebo, or to medication. METHODS Data from two Phase IIIb clinical trials of solifenacin in OAB were combined. Predictive models for placebo and treatment responses were(More)