On Sunday, 10th of September, Dietrich Kammer presented the paper „Exploring Big Data Landscapes with Elastic Displays” at the main german conference on Human-Computer Interaction „Mensch und Computer“ in Regensburg, Germany. The conference is organized by the German Informatics Society (Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI)), which is a non-profit organization with about 20,000 members living across the world. The talk was part of the workshop on Tangible Interaction („Be-greifbare Interaktion“), which was held at the conference for the 10th time. The topic was how novel interaction technologies can assist data analysts in optimizing their clustering algorithms by adapting parameters with instant visual and haptic feedback.