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Peter J Wild <[log in to unmask]>
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Peter J Wild <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 10 Apr 2006 09:57:18 +0100
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At HCI 2006
11-15 September 2006

Interactive Experiences are the home for demonstrations or
presentations involving real, prototypes, or videos of interactive
participations by conference delegates, interactive surveys or
showcasing of new technologies and applications. Interactive
Experiences may involve the use of novel equipment, or equipment used
in a new way; it may demonstrate enhanced usability in software or
tools to support design (for example, testing tools or  model-based
design tools), but also new and novel designs of interactive
applications or tool that enrich the user experience.

Proposals may also be submitted for interactive surveys or polls that
will take advantage of the assembly of expert practitioners present at
the conference. Such surveys should address the conference themes. The
results should be instantly available and made available for
publication on the conference web site. However, all submission must

1.      A covering letter detailing the format required for any
materials and any computer equipment or software required to support
your experience, such as tables, power supply etc.

2.      A description, of no more than four pages prepared using the
format for Volume 2 of the conference proceedings, which explains the
Interactive Experience and its rational. This document will be used in
the reviewing process and if accepted will be published in the

3.      A 30 word summary that will be suitable for inclusion in the
programme and on the website to introduce and promote the interactive

In addition CDs or video material may be sent to support your
proposal. If these are smaller than 5MB in overall size, they can be
submitted online (zipped together with the covering letter,
description and summary). Otherwise please get in touch with Peter
Wild and Willem-Paul Brinkman directly. Please note that we do not
have facilities for
returning hard-copies.

Interactive experiences co-chairs:

Willem-Paul Brinkman, Brunel University, [log in to unmask]
Peter Wild, University of Bath, [log in to unmask]

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