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Reminder: the Art Explorations, Graduate Student Consortium and Design
Challenge categories are now open for submission.


TEI is the premier venue for cutting edge research on interaction with
tangible artefacts and systems. We invite submissions of prototypes and
daring ideas, tools and technologies, methods and models, as well as
interactive art, interaction design, and user experience that contribute
new understandings to the broad area of tangible computing, embodied
interaction, interactive surfaces and embedded interactive systems.
Papers will be published in the ACM digital library.

The 5th edition of the highly successful Tangible, Embedded and Embodied
Interaction (TEI) Conference series will be held between 23rd and 26th
January 2011 in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal. Travel information is
available on:

The TEI 2011 Explorations comprise several submission formats intended
to embrace and nurture contributions from a wide range of communities --
such as artists, designers and graduate students -- as well as support
the publication of cutting edge research. TEI Explorations include the
Graduate Student Consortium and Art tracks (both successfully
inaugurated at TEI'10) as well as a new Tangible Interaction Design
Challenge. The submission deadline for these tracks is 17th October;
full details will be confirmed in subsequent CfPs.
For details on the Graduate Student Consortium:
For details on the Art Explorations:

*Design Challenge*
Always wanted to fly, zap your enemies with lightning, or own an
invisibility cloak? Now's your chance to apply your design and
engineering skills to achieve your dreams. TEI is delighted to announce
its first student design challenge, which will focus on superhero
costumes and accessories. Designs will be presented and prizes will be
awarded at a special runway event during TEI 2011.
For details:

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