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Call for Participation: CHI 2014 Video Showcase

Quick Facts
- Submission Deadline: ** 7 January 2014 (5:00pm PT) **
- Online Submission: PCS Submission

- Conditional Acceptance Notification: 10 February 2014, with instructions
for one-page description for final submission.
- Final Video Deadline: 19 February 2014, including a one-page description
in Extended Abstract Format

- Submission Format: H.264 encoded MP4, at least 720px x 480px, at most 5
- Selection process: Juried
- At the Conference: All accepted videos will be shown during a special
session, and we will announce the nominees and winner(s) of the Golden
Mouse award.
- Archives: ACM Digital Library

- Check more detailed information at

Message from the Videos Chairs
The videos track is a forum for human-computer interaction that leaps off
the page: vision videos, reflective pieces, humor, novel interfaces,
studies, and anything else that is a good match for the moving image and
relevant to HCI. Your work will be screened for a large CHI audience during
a special session at CHI 2014, and in contention for the Golden Mouse
award. Because of the large audience the video showcase attracts, it is one
of the best means for getting your message out to the CHI community. Videos
will be available in the ACM Digital Library after the conference.

Work will be judged on how much it intellectually engages an HCI audience
and how effectively it communicates its message. Ultimately, we are looking
to put together an enjoyable show for the attendees. Interesting but
poorly-produced videos will be scrapped - but if it's YouTube-ready per se,
it should be ready for the videos track!

Authors can submit videos of any length up to 5 minutes. Videos will be
accepted in two categories: Full Videos and Short Videos. Full Videos will
be given featured status at the event, will be considered for awards, and
will be shown in their entirety. Short Video authors will be required to
shorten their submissions to a maximum of 75 seconds to be shown at the

Videos will be accepted conditionally. The reviewing committee may ask you
to shorten your video further, to improve edits, or otherwise to prepare it
for public consumption. You will be given a period of time to revise your
video and re-submit a final version for approval and screening at the

More detailed information about how to prepare your video, selection
process, and example videos is available here:

Video Showcase Co-chairs
Jinwook Seo, Seoul National University
Nicolas Roussel, INRIA

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