Fachgruppe Be-greifbare Interaktion
Beiträge zum Thema “Lernen in virtuellen und realen Arbeitsumgebungen" gesucht 
Mittwoch, November 12, 2008, 04:41 PM - Beiträge von Mitgliedern
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Willi Bruns lädt ein, Beiträge zum Thema “Learning in virtual and real work-environments - Lernen in virtuellen und realen Arbeitsumgebungen" für eine Sonderausgabe der Zeitschrift “lernen & lehren” einzureichen:


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ERFINDER-WORKSHOP: Fr 6./Sa 7. Februar 2009 in Potsdam  
Donnerstag, Oktober 16, 2008, 04:54 PM - Neues aus dem AK
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Das nächste Event (mit Treffen) des AK wird der "Erfinder"-WORKSHOP bei Reto Wettach in Potsdam sein:

Der Workshop wird am 6.2.2009 mittags beginnen und am Samstag mittags enden.

Nachmittags wird dann das (anderthalb-stündige) Treffen des GI-AK stattfinden.
Dies wird kombiniert mit der Gründung einer "Strategie"-Gruppe, die sich weitere Schritte für die Wirksamkeit des AK überlegen soll.

Wir bitten bis Ende Dezember 2008 bei Reto Wettach <wettach@fh-potsdam.de> um Anmeldung für den Erfinderworkshop!
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Protokoll und Präsentationen des AK Treffens in Lübeck 
Donnerstag, Oktober 16, 2008, 04:48 PM - Beiträge von Mitgliedern
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Die Präsentationsfolien und das Protokoll des AK-Treffens am 7. September in Lübeck:

- "Impulsreferat zur Begriffsbildung - Tangible Interaction and Tangible Interfaces" von E. Hornecker

- "Tangible Interaction - Eine Annäherung aus der künstlerischen Perspektive" von J. Geelhaar

- Protokoll
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Artikel über den AK GI 
Donnerstag, September 25, 2008, 11:40 AM - Neues aus dem AK
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In der nächsten Ausgabe der Zeitschrift c't (Erscheinungsdatum 29.9.08) erscheint ein Artikel über Tangible Interfaces, in dem auch über den AK GI berichtet wird.
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Tangible and Embedded Interaction '09: Call for Participation 
Freitag, August 15, 2008, 09:08 AM - Neues aus dem AK
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Paper submission deadline 31st Oct 08
Reviews due 27th Nov 08
Author notification deadline 30th Nov 08
Camera-ready copy deadline 15th Dec 08
Early registration deadline 7th Jan 09

Conference dates February 16-18, 2009, Cambridge, UK

Computing is progressively moving beyond the desktop into new physical
and social contexts. One key area of innovation has been around
tangible computing, which pushes the user interface beyond the digital
into the physical world. This includes work on tangible interfaces,
graspable interfaces, physical computing, and interactive surfaces. A
closely related topic is that of embedded interaction where the
everyday objects and environments we interact with are computationally
augmented in new ways. Designing such systems requires
interdisciplinary thinking. Their creation must not only encompass
software, electronics, and mechanics, but also the system's physical
form and behaviour, as well as its social impacts.

After the big success of TEI'07 and TEI'08 we are pleased to announce
the third international conference dedicated to presenting the latest
results in tangible and embedded interaction. We invite submissions of
work addressing HCI issues, design, user experience, tools and
technologies, as well as interactive art in the broad area of tangible
computing and embedded interactive systems. The intimate size of this
single-track conference provides a unique forum for exchange of ideas
through talks, interactive exhibits, demos, posters, art installations
and performances. All accepted submissions will be included in the
conference proceedings, which will be published through the ACM
Digital Library.



Authors are invited to submit high-quality original work to advance
the field. Appropriate topics include but are not limited to:

* Examples of novel tangible interfaces or embedded interactive systems
* Case studies and evaluations of working deployments
* Relation of tangible and embedded interaction to other paradigms
* Programming paradigms and tools, toolkits, software architectures
* Novel enabling technologies
* Interactive uses of sensors and actuators, and electronics and mechatronics
* Design guidelines and methods
* Applied design in the form of concept sketches, prototypes and products
* Novel applications
* Theoretical foundations, frameworks, and concepts
* Philosophical, ethical and social implications
* Usability
* Provocative design work and interactive art


Authors are invited to submit papers that are 2, 4, 6 or 8 pages long,
formatted to follow the two column ACM SIGCHI format. We are happy to
consider a variety of styles for inclusion in the proceedings, such as
academic papers, design sketches and descriptions of art pieces or
installations. All accepted submissions will be included in the
conference proceedings, which will be published through the ACM
Digital Library.

At the time of submission, authors will be able to specify their
preferred format for presenting the work, which includes:

* 15 minute talk
* 5 minute talk
* Poster
* Interactive demo
* Exhibit
* Installation

We anticipate a large volume of submissions this year, but the
timeslots available for talks (and space available for demos and
exhibits) will be limited by necessity. In order to be help the
program committee to include as much interesting work as possible,
authors will also be able to specify whether they would be happy to
present their work in a format other than their preferred format.

Submissions will be peer reviewed in a double-blind process: please
anonymize your submission. In case of acceptance, at least one author
must register before the early registration deadline for the
conference in order for the final paper version to be published in the
conference proceedings.


Nicolas Villar Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
Shahram Izadi Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK

Mike Fraser University of Bristol, UK
Steve Benford University of Nottingham, UK

Jamie Zigelbaum MIT Media Lab, USA
Florian Block Lancaster University, UK
Nicolai Marquardt University of Calgary, Canada
Takashi Matsumoto Pileus LLC, Japan

Dagmar Kern University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Alireza Sahami University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Sriram Subramanian University of Bristol, UK

Eva Hornecker Open University, UK
Caroline Hummels Eindhoven University of Technology, NL
Robert Jacob Tufts University, USA
Brygg Ullmer Louisiana State University, USA
Albrecht Schmidt University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Bart Hengenveld Eindhoven University of Technology, NL

Nicolai Marquardt University of Calgary, Canada

in preparation
Please check the conference website for updates
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