The Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Track addresses the themes, issues and innovation in design and building of technologies for human societies with the aim to foster high quality discussions around HCI for cutting edge, accessible and usable technology. We invite submissions on novel enabling technologies like innovative input devices, new interaction techniques or new media that extend boundaries of traditional interaction, such as natural user interfaces, mobile, haptics and tactile interfaces, ubiquitous computing (including wearables), interactive hardware prototypes, tools for creating user experiences using physical devices, sensors, prototypes, or systems. We also look forward to user experiences, research, case studies and practical demos leveraging techniques like machine learning, computer vision/graphics, speech processing, networking, human perception and cognition. This topic aims to cover both technological/ non-technological issues. The submission topics for this Track include, but are not limited to:
- Affective User-Centered Analysis, Design, Prototyping, ROI,Evaluation
- Value of Affective Interfaces / Systems / Application / Interaction
- Design for Specific user populations
- Supporting Physical and Intellectual Disabilities Populations
- Emotional/Ethical Design issues/methods / experiences for novel interfaces (Tangible, Mobile Ubiquitous computing, mixed reality,multi-modal interfaces)
- Usability, User studies, fieldwork
- Design Techniques, Trends
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- Each session format has a unique set of requirements. Please review the essentials for your proposal type and ensure your submission meets all the requirements.
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