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Tue, 29 Nov 2016 06:14:24 +0000
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  *   Who?    Shunichi Kasahara (Sony / Tokyo Uni) , Robb Mitchell (Uni of Southern Denmark),  Enrique Encinas (Northumbria Uni), and Jun Nishida (Microsoft / Uni of Tsukuba) are calling for scientists, technologists, philosophers, artists, designers, and any interested others to join this unique event.

  *   What?   A day of hands-on creative experimentation with “We-Coupling” - systems and techniques that tightly couple perception and/or action between two or more people.  (See for examples of the kind of innovative interpersonal experiences that this day will be built around)

  *   Where?  Yokohama, near Tokyo as part of the ACM Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI 2017).

  *   When?   March 20th 2017

  *   Why?    A rare chance to experience, critique and co-create a variety of approaches to perceiving and/or acting as, or through the bodies of other people - and having another person acting as, or through you!

  *   How?     Participation is open to all interested conference attendees - no specialist skills or experience is required. If you have a technique or system of your own that you would like to contribute to the day, please get in touch with us as soon as possible.  More details:


Robb Mitchell

assistant professor, social interaction design

University of Southern Denmark<>

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