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Thu, 10 Jan 2019 15:34:25 +0000
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Dear Colleagues, 

We now invite submissions to our interactive CHI 2019 ( workshop on Interaction Design and Prototyping for Immersive Analytics, held on May 5 in Glasgow, UK: <>
New immersive technologies present many opportunities for enhancing humans' experiences with data interaction, but also present many challenges, a subset of which are specific to the analytics domain. This interactive workshop is centered around a set of group prototyping sessions, aimed at identifying new approaches to existing design challenges. In addition to giving perspective on opportunities and difficulties faced by future designers, these exercises will also explore new prototyping methods and tools for the design of interactive data-centric interfaces. This part-day workshop aims to build new ties between the existing immersive analytics community with researchers across many disciplines of the CHI community.

The workshop accepts a variety of submission types (concepts, demos, position papers, etc.) including but not limited to the following topics: 
Applications or approaches for collaboration for immersive analytics
Interaction techniques, devices and modalities for immersive analytics
Prototyping tools and techniques for AR/VR
In-situ interface design and situated analytics
Best practices for spatial interaction and prototyping
Evaluation methods for immersive systems
Social acceptability of interaction with immersive platforms
Human factors including awareness, distraction and cognitive load
Theories and frameworks

Submissions are between 2-8 pages long and should be formatted in the CHI extended abstracts format <>. Accepted papers will be chosen by single-blind peer review by a program committee based on relevance to the workshop and the potential for contributing to discussions. Accepted papers will be distributed to workshop participants and a summary presented at the workshop. At least one author of each accepted position paper must attend end the workshop and all participants must register for both the workshop and for at least one day of the conference.

More information on the schedule, submissions, and call for papers visit <>.

Please feel free to forward this call. 

Best regards, and looking forward to see you at CHI 2019!
Workshop organizers
Barrett Ens, Monash University, VIC
Maxime Cordeil, Monash University, VIC
Ulrich Engelke, CSIRO, Data61
Marcos Serrano, IRIT, University of Toulouse
Wesley Willett, University of Calgary
Benjamin Bach, University of Edinburgh

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