Proud to be hosting the 5th intl ARVR Conference in Munich from June 12-15, 2019. More than 100 speakers confirmed!
Does culture impact social media use? Our resent study indicates that it does. More specifically, cultural values seem to be related to different hashtagging styles.
Our recent study on Augmented Reality Marketing shows: It can work! Why? Because AR experiences can inspire consumers, which motivates them to rethink their existing believes about brands.
Augmented Reality (AR), per definition, collects and processes a lot of information about a user and his/her environment. Therefore, it is not surprising that privacy concerns are among the most frequently discussed topics when it comes to AR. But (how) do privacy risks influence consumers? Our recent JBR-study provides answers!
Our new book “The Dark Side of Social Media: Psychological, Managerial and Societal Perspectives” (Elsevier) will be published in Fall 2019.
We have received a Best Paper Award at this year’s ICIS conference. Our study tackled questions around the adoption of autonomous cars.
Virtual Reality diffusion rates are low – but very little is know what factors drive adoption. In a recent study, published in Technological Forecasting & Social Change, we assessed this novel media technology.
Over the last few weeks, the two more journal papers have been accepted for publication in high impact journals. Those paper focus on Augmented Reality in Tourism / cultural management and on customer management.
I have accepted a new position at Universität der Bundeswehr München, as a tenured Professor of Digital Marketing and Media Innovation.
In the news article “Player enjoyment doesn’t lead to in-app purchases according to UM-Dearborn faculty’s Pokémon Go research”, the University of Michigan-Dearborn reports about our recent research on Augmented Reality Games. The short article provides a great summary of the main findings. Earlier this year, we published an empirical study on Pokémon Go. In a survey, we Read More …