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  • Oliver Rocks, Marc Gerauer, Nachiket Vartak, Sebastian Koch, Zhi-Ping Huang, Markos Pechlivanis +6 others
  • 2010
Reversible S-palmitoylation of cysteine residues critically controls transient membrane tethering of peripheral membrane proteins. Little is known about how the palmitoylation machinery governs their defined localization and function. We monitored the spatially resolved reaction dynamics and substrate specificity of the core mammalian palmitoylation(More)
In this paper we explore the potential and limitations of vibrotactile displays in practical wearable applications, by comparing users' detection rate and response time to stimuli applied across the body in varied conditions. We examined which body locations are more sensitive to vibrations and more affected by movement; whether visual workload, expectation(More)
Bibliographic data such as collections of scientific articles and citation networks have been studied extensively in information visualization and visual analytics research. Powerful systems have been built to support various types of bibliographic analysis, but they require some training and cannot be used to disseminate the insights gained. In contrast,(More)
Games have a long tradition in teaching IT security: Ranging from international capture-the-flag competitions played by multiple teams to educational simulation games where individual students can get a feeling for the effects of security decisions. All these games have in common, that the game's main goal is keeping up the security. In this paper, we(More)
Human sensitivity to vibration declines in mobile contexts. Designers of wearable haptic systems must account for the effects of movement and distraction so that tactile display information is perceived consistently. We compared the sensitivity of seven body sites in simulated mobile contexts, and found that the thigh is least and the wrists the most(More)