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APCHI 2004
6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer Human Interaction
Rotorua, New Zealand 29 June - 2 July, 2004

ADVANCE PROGRAMME & CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

APCHI 2004 is the 6th in this series of biennial conferences on
Computer Human Interaction, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region.
This year it is being held in Rotorua, in the heart of New Zealand's
North Island geothermal area.

It is our pleasure to announce an exciting technical programme of
keynote speakers, paper presentations and tutorials.

In this message
        - conference overview
        - keynote speakers      (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/keynotes.html)
        - tutorials             (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/tutorials.html)
        - papers overview       (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/advanceprog.html)
        - venue                 (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/venue.html)
        - travel                        (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/travel.html)
        - accommodation (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/accom.html)
        - registration          (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/reg.html)
        - list of accepted papers       (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/advanceprog.html)
        - international programme committee     (http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/programme.html)


CONFERENCE OVERVIEW
---------------------------------------------------------------

29th June (Tuesday)
        Full day tutorials
        Half day tutorials
        Doctoral Consortium (invitation only)

30th June (Wednesday)
        Conference opening
        Don Norman keynote
        Technical papers
        Conference reception

1st July (Thursday)
        Technical papers
        Conference dinner
        APCHI 2006 introduction

2nd July (Friday)
        Susan Dray keynote
        Technical papers
        Conference closing
        SIGCHI NZ AGM
        Tutorials
        Organised sightseeing tour


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
---------------------------------------------------------------

Don Norman

Donald A. Norman calls himself a "user advocate." Business Week calls
him a "cantankerous visionary" - cantankerous in his quest for
excellence. Upside Magazine named him one of the "Elite 100" for 1999.
Prof. Norman brings a unique mix of the social sciences and engineering
to bear on everyday products. He is a strong advocate of human-centered
design and simplicity and perhaps best known for his book, The Design
of Everyday Things.

Don has published extensively, and is the author or co-author of
thirteen books, including "The Design of Everyday Things," and "Things
That Make Us Smart." His latest book is "The Invisible Computer: Why
good products can fail, the PC is so complex, and information
appliances are the answer." His website is at www.jnd.org.

Susan Dray

Since 1979, Dr. Susan M. Dray has worked in the field of human factors
to increase the quality and intuitiveness of user interface designs for
users around the world. She has worked as both an internal and external
consultant, and combines expertise in interface evaluation, usability
evaluation, and contextual and ethnographic research with a
cross-cultural and organizational perspective.

As President of Dray & Associates, Inc., (www.dray.com) she consults
internationally on interface design and usability. She has evaluated
and helped redesign user interfaces for all types of websites, desktop
and Web applications, as well as both hardware and software consumer
products and technical equipment. She specializes in international user
studies, and has conducted user research in 17 countries, including one
of the largest international usability evaluations ever done - studying
120 users in 8 countries in Europe and Asia.


TUTORIALS
---------------------------------------------------------------

Full day tutorials

        Mobile Device User-Interface Design: For Work, Home, and On the Way
                Aaron Marcus, AM+A (Aaron Marcus and Associates)

        Understanding users' work in context: Practical observation skills
                Susan Dray, Dray and Associates, Inc


Half day tutorials

        Computers, Applications, and Colour
                 Paul Lyons and Giovanni Moretti, Massey University, NZ

        Designing Augmented Reality Interfaces
                Mark Billinghurst, HIT Lab NZ

        Developing Computer Vision Applications
                Richard Green, University of Canterbury, NZ


PAPERS OVERVIEW
---------------------------------------------------------------

The papers programme will consist of 56 full papers and 17 short
papers. The papers are by researchers from more than 17 countries,
including Japan, Korea, USA, UK, Singapore, Denmark, Taiwan, Finland,
Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and France.


VENUE
---------------------------------------------------------------

APHCI 2004 is being held at the Royal Lakeside Novotel.  This four-star
hotel is located on the shores of Lake Rotorua and has views over the
lake and surrounds. It is 100m from Rotorua town centre, and has its
own spa and fitness centre.  Each room has cable TV, laptop internet
access, and individually controlled airconditioning.

The Novotel is providing conference accomodation at the special rate of
$140 NZ per night -- advise them that you will be attending APCHI when
you book your room.

The hotel is close to many of Rotorua's attractions including:
        - Trout fishing and lake cruises
        - Jetboat Rides and white water rafting
        - Golf courses
        - Skyline gondola and luge
        - Agrodome and wildlife attractions


Hotel contact details

Royal Lakeside Novotel
Lake End
Tutanekai Street
Rotorua
New Zealand

Telephone:      +64-7-346-3888
Fax:                    +64-7-346-1888
Email:          [log in to unmask]
Reservations (within NZ):       0800 44 44 22


TRAVEL
---------

Rotorua is located in the Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand.

The following web sites (amongst many others) may help in organising
your travel to Rotorua and to other destinations whilst you are in New
Zealand.
        - http://www.hostelrotorua.com/cityinfo/transport.php
        - http://www.virtualtourist.com/vt/22aa85/9/
        -
http://www.tripadvisor.com/AllReviews-g255111-Rotorua_North_Island.html
        - http://visitnz.co.nz/rotorua.htm

Flying

Rotorua has a domestic airport but international flights do not fly to
Rotorua. Your international flight is likely to arrive in Auckland,
Wellington, Christchurch or Hamilton. There are connecting domestic
flights to Rotorua provided by Air New Zealand (http://www.airnz.co.nz
) or through its domestic partner airlines. Flights from any of the
international airports to Rotorua are likely to take less than an hour.

Vehicle rental and driving

Another alternative is to rent a vehicle. This can be done at the
airport (where a number of international rental agencies have a
presence), and you can arrange in advance if necessary. The Land
Transport Safety Authority provides information on driving in New
Zealand (http://www.ltsa.govt.nz/information-for/new-to-nz.html). A
useful driving time and distance web page may help you to plan your
road trips (http://www.accommodationz.co.nz/distancesnorth2.html).

Coaches, buses and rail

New Zealand has a good inter-city and rural bus and coach service.
Inter-city train services are limited to major cities. The TravelPass
timetable (1.1Mb, PDF,
http://www.travelpass.co.nz/pdf/travelpass-timetable-2004.pdf) provides
detailed information about bus/coach, train, and inter-island ferry
timetables.


ACCOMMODATION
---------------------------------------------------------------

If you wish to stay in the conference hotel, please ensure that you
confirm that you are attending APCHI when you make your booking. This
will mean that you get to $140 special rate.

There are many other accommodation possibilities in Rotorua, handy to
the conference venue, to suit a range of budgets.

Here is a good starting point to find out more:
http://www.jasons.co.nz/


REGISTRATION
---------------------------------------------------------------

Registration for APCHI2004 is now open.

SIGCHI-NZ member (before May 3rd)               NZ$780
Non SIGCHI-NZ member (before May 3rd)   NZ$850
Late registration (after May 3rd)                       NZ$990
Student                                                         NZ$380
One day registration (no proceedings)           NZ$400

Tutorial (full day)                                             NZ$300
Tutorial (half day)                                             NZ$225

Additional conference dinner ticket             NZ$80
Additional copy of proceedings                  NZ$100

Full conference registration entitles you to:
        - morning and afternoon refreshments
        - lunch
        - conference reception
        - conference dinner
        - a copy of the printed proceedings

The conference registration form can be found at
http://www.apchi2004.org.nz/reg.html

For registration enquiries please contact [log in to unmask]


ACCEPTED PAPERS (alphabetic by title)
---------------------------------------------------------------

A NOVEL LOCOMOTION INTERFACE FOR OMNI-DIRECTIONAL WALKING ON VARIOUS
TERRAINS
Jungwon Yoon, Jeha Ryu

A PRACTICAL SET OF CULTURE DIMENSIONS FOR GLOBAL USER-INTERFACE
DEVELOPMENT
Aaron Marcus and Valentina-Johanna Baumgartner

A PROTOTYPING FRAMEWORK FOR MOBILE TEXT ENTRY RESEARCH
Sanju Sunny Yow Kin Choong

A RAPIDLY ADAPTIVE COLLABORATIVE UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT TO
ALLOW PASSIVE DETECTION OF MARKED OBJECTS
Hannah Slay Bruce Thomas Rudi Vernik Wayne Piekarski

A SIMPLE AND NOVEL METHOD FOR SKIN DETECTION AND FACE LOCATING AND
TRACKING
Al-Shehri, Saleh

A STUDY OF AN EMG-CONTROLLED HCI METHOD BY CLENCHING TEETH
Hyuk Jeong, Jong-Sung Kim, Jin-Seong Choi

A TRIPARTITE FRAMEWORK FOR WORKING MEMORY PROCESSES
Peter J. Patsula

A VISION-BASED FRAMEWORK FOR MULTIMODAL HCI
Hatice Gunes, Massimo Piccardi, Tony Jan

ACCESSIBILITY: A TOOL FOR USABILITY EVALUATION
Daniel Woo, Joji Mori

AGE DIFFERENCES IN RENDEZVOUSING:18-30S VS. 31-45S
Martin Colbert

AMBULANCE DISPATCH COMPLEXITY AND DISPATCHER DECISION STRATEGIES:
IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERFACE DESIGN
Jared Hayes Dr A. Moore Prof G. Benwell Prof. B. L. William Wong

AN IMPLEMENTATION FOR CAPTURING CLICKABLE MOVING OBJECTS Toshiharu
Sugawara, Satoshi Kurihara, Shigemi Aoyagi, Koji Sato and
Toshihiro Takada

AN INTERFACE FOR INPUT THE OBJECT REGION USING THE HAND CHROMA KEY Shuhei
Sato, Etsuya Shibayama, Shin Takahashi

AN INVESTIGATION INTO FACTORS INFLUENCING USER SELECTION OF WWW SITEMAPS
C. J. Pilgrim, G. Lindgaard, Y. K. Leung

CHROMOTOME: A 3D INTERFACE FOR EXPLORING COLOUR SPACE
Giovanni Moretti, Paul Lyons and Mark Wilson

COLLABORATIVE 3D DISPLAY INTERFACES FOR MULTI-USER IMMERSIVE GAME
ENVIRONMENTS Byung-Tae Jang and Chi-Jeong Hwang

COLLECTING, ORGANIZING AND MANAGING NON-CONTEXTUALISED DATA, BY USING
MVML TO DEVELOP A HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE
Michael Verhaart, John Jamieson, Kinshuk

COMMERCIAL SUCCESS BY LOOKING FOR DESIRE LINES
Carl Myhill

COMMON INDUSTRY FORMAT: MEETING EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES AND STUDENT
NEEDS?
Karola von Baggo, Lorraine Johnston, Oliver Burmeister and Todd Bentley

CONNECTING THE USER VIEW WITH THE SYSTEM VIEW OF REQUIREMENTS Ralph R.
Miller & Scott P. Overmyer

CREATING A FRAMEWORK FOR SITUATED WAY-FINDING RESEARCH
Nicola Bidwell and Christopher Lueg

CREATIVE INFORMATION SEEKING AND INTERFACE DESIGN
Shu-Shing Lee, Yin-Leng Theng and Dion Goh Hoe-Lian

CULTURAL USABILITY IN THE GLOBALISATION OF E-BUSINESS
Tina Tsui and John Paynter

DESIGN OF CHORDING GLOVES FOR AS A TEXT INPUT DEVICE
Seongil Lee, Jae Wook Jeon, Hoo-Gon Choi, Hyoukryeol Choi, Sang Hyuk Hong

DESIGN OF INFORMATION VISUALIZATION OF UBIQUITOUS ENVIRONMENT FOR A
WEARABLE DISPLAY
Makoto Obayashi, Hiroyuki Nishiyama, and Fumio Mizoguchi

DESIGNING EXPLORABLE INTERACTION BASED ON USERS' KNOWLEDGE: A CAS STUDY
ON A MULTI-FUNCTIONAL PRINTER APPLICATION
Dong-Seok Lee, Douglas Jihoon Kim, Un Sik Byun

DESIGNING FOR FLOW IN A COMPLEX ACTIVITY
J M Pearce, S Howard

DESIGNING INTELLIGENT ENVIRONMENTS - USER PERCEPTIONS ON INFORMATION
SHARING
Craig Chatfield Jonna Hakkila

DESKTOP VR AND FILM MAKING - A CASE STUDY OF HOW WEB3D MODELS AND CHAT
CAN BE USED IN THE PRODUCTION DESIGN PROCESS
Thommy Eriksson, Maria Spante, Sven Andersson

DIANENX: MODELLING EXPLORATION IN THE WEB CONTEXT
Aaron Mullane and Sandrine Balbo

DOES DOF SEPARATION ON ELASTIC DEVICES IMPROVE USER 3D STEERING TASK
PERFORMANCE?
Géry Casiez, Patricia Plénacoste, Christophe Chaillou

ENHANCING INTERACTIVE GRAPH MANIPULATION TOOLS WITH TACTILE FEEDBACK Jukka
Raisamo, Roope Raisamo

ENVISIONING MOBILE INFORMATION SERVICES: COMBINING USER- AND
TECHNOLOGY-CENTERED DESIGN
Jesper Kjeldskov and Steve Howard

EVOLUTIONARY APPROACHES TO VISUALISATION AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY Russell
Beale, Andy Pryke, R.J.Hendley

EXPERTISE, COLLABORATION AND CREATIVITY FOR TECHNOLOGY DESIGN Linda Candy
and ernest Edmonds

EXTENDED GODZILLA: FREE-FORM 3D-OBJECT DESIGN BY SKETCHING AND
MODIFYING SEVEN PRIMITIVES AT SINGLE 2D-3D SEAMLESS DISPLAY Shun'ichi
Tano, Yoichiro Komatsu, Mitsuru Iwata

EXTENDING THE PERCEPTUAL USER INTERFACE TO RECOGNISE MOVEMENT Richard Green

EXTENDING TREE-MAPS TO THREE DIMENSIONS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY Thomas Bladh,
David A. Carr, Jeremiah Scholl

FRAMEWORK FOR INTERPRETING HANDWRITTEN STROKES USING GRAMMARS Buntarou
Shizuki, Kazuhisa Iizuka, and Jiro Tanaka

GUIDING USER NAVIGATION IN VIRTUAL GALLERY USING VIRTUAL CHARACTER
Jafreezal Jaafar, Hasiah Mohamad, Melisa Muhamed

HCI PRACTICES AND THE WORK OF INFORMATION ARCHITECTS
Toni Robertson and Cindy Hewlett

INLINELINK: REALIZATION OF INLINE EXPANSION LINK METHODS ON A
CONVENTIONAL WEB BROWSER
Motoki Miura, Buntarou Shizuki, Jiro Tanaka

MENU-SELECTION-BASED JAPANESE INPUT METHOD WITH CONSONANTS FOR
PEN-BASED COMPUTERS
Daisuke Sato Buntarou Shizuki Motoki Miura Jiro Tanaka

METAPHORS FOR ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCTION IN LIVE AND REASON Matthew
Duignan, Robert Biddle, James Noble, Pippin Barr

NETWORKER: A PRACTICAL WEB-BASED TOOL TO SUPPORT THE
COLLECT-COMPARE-CHOOSE CYCLE
Paul Lyons, Chris Phillips, Elizabeth Kemp an dJaimee Alam

NINE TOOLS FOR GENERATING HARMONIOUS COLOUR SCHEMES
Paul Lyons and Giovanni Moretti

ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM Chen
Yonghua, Yang Zhengyi

OPERATION-SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR TRANSPORTABLE EARTH STATION USING
AUGMENTED REALITY
Kikuo Asai, Noritaka Osawa, Yuji Y. Sugimoto, Kimio Kondo

OPR-LENS: OPERATION-LENS SYSTEM FOR SUPPORTING A MANIPULATION OF
INFORMATION APPLIANCES
Takumi YAMAGUCHI, Haruya SHIBA, Kazunori SHIMAMURA

OUR UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING HOME INSIDE: A PRACTICAL APPROACH EMERGING
INTO HOUSE AND HOME
Soichiro Iga and Saiko Ohno

PASSING ON GOOD PRACTICE: INTERFACE DESIGN FOR OLDER USERS
Mary Zajicek

PERCEIVING TOOLS IN 3D SCULPTING
Jyrki Parviainen, Nina Sainio, and Roope Raisamo

PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS FOR USER INTERFACE IN REAL-TIME UBIQUITOUS
INFORMATION NETWORK
Yung Bok Kim, Mira Kwak

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND IMPLIED USER INTERFACE IN
3D SKETCHING
Shun'ichi Tano, Toshiko Matsumoto, Mitsuru Iwata

REAL-TIME COLOR GAMUT MAPPING ARCHITECTURE AND IMPLEMENTATION FOR
COLOR-BLIND PEOPLE
Dongil Han

REAL-WORLD ORIENTED ACCESS CONTROL METHOD WITH A DISPLAYED PASSWORD Yuji
AYATSUKA, Michimune KOHNO, Jun REKIMOTO

RECOURSE FOR GUIDING DIDACTICAL CREATORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF
ACCESSIBLE E-LEARNING MATERIAL
Valeria Mirabella, Stephen Kimani, Tiziana Catarci

SIGCHI SONY EYETOY: DEVELOPING MENTAL MODELS FOR 3-D INTERACTION IN A
2-D GAMING ENVIRONMENT
Geanbry Demming

SPECIFICATION AND GENERATION OF MODEL 2 WEB INTERFACES
Dirk Draheim, Gerald Weber

STEERING LAW IN AN ENVIRONMENT OF SPATIALLY COUPLED STYLE WITH MATTERS
OF POINTER SIZE AND TRAJECTORY WIDTH
Satoshi Naito, Yoshifumi Kitamura, and Fumio Kishino

SUPPORTING GROUP LEARNING USING A DIGITAL WHITEBOARD
Ray Kemp, Elizabeth Kemp, Thevalojinie Mohanarajah

SUPPORTING WORK ACTIVITIES IN HEALTHCARE BY MOBILE ELECTRONIC PATIENT
RECORDS
Jesper Kjeldskov and Mikael B. Skov

TANGIBLE TELECONFERENCING
Joerg Hauber, Mark Billinghurst, Holger Regenbrecht

THE APPROPRIATION OF PDAS AS LEARNING AND WORKPLACE TOOLS: AN ACTIVITY
THEORY PERSPECTIVE Jenny Waycott

THE AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF A GRAPHICAL DIALOGUE MODEL FROM DELPHI
SOURCE CODE
Li, L., Phillips, C.H.E. & Scogings, C.

THE EFFECT OF COLOR CODING FOR THE CHARACTERS ON COMPUTER KEYBOARDS FOR
MULTILINGUAL INPUT USING MODELESS METHODS
Kuo-Hao Eric Tang Li-Chen Tsai

THE MISREPRESENTATION OF USE IN TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS
Wally Smith

TOWARDS A GENERAL MODEL FOR ASSISTING NAVIGATION
Mike McGavin, James Noble, Robert Biddle and Judy Brown

USABILITY OF DVD MENUS AND NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEMS
Guy Wood-Bradley

USER MODEL OF NAVIGATION
Corina Sas

VERIFYING THE FIELD OF VIEW AFFORDED TO THE PILOT DUE TO COCKPIT
DESIGN, STATURE AND AERODROME DESIGN PARAMETERS
Eugene Aik Min KHOO and Kee Yong LIM

VIEWPOINT: A ZOOMABLE USER INTERFACE FOR INTEGRATING EXPRESSIVE SYSTEMS
Darryl Singh, Mitra Nataraj, Rick Mugridge

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? NEWEST FINDINGS FROM AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF
GROUP AWARENESS
Minh Tran, Gitesh K. Raikundalia, Yun Yang


INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE (alphabetic by last name)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
---------

Mark Apperley, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Elisabeth Andre, University of Augsberg, Germany
Russell Beale, University of Birmingham, UK
Mark Billinghurst, HIT Lab, New Zealand
Ann Blandford, Middlesex University, UK
George Buchanan, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Richard Butterworth, Middlesex University, UK
Adrian Cheok, National University of Sinagpore, Singapore Elizabeth
Churchill, FXPal, USA Andy Cockburn, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Sally Jo Cunningham, University of Waikato, New Zealand Suzanne Currie,
Navman, New Zealand Guozhong Dai, Institue of Software, CAS China Ernest
Edmonds, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Peter Grierson, ANZ
Bank, Australia John Grundy, University of Auckland, New Zealand Carl
Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Masahito Hirakawa, Shimane
University, Japan Steve Howard, University of Melbourne, Australia Matt
Jones, University of Waikato, New Zealand Elizabeth Kemp, Massey
University, New Zealand Jin Woo Kim, Yonsei University, Korea Chris
Knowles, University of Waikato, New Zealand Panu Korhonen, Nokia Research
Centre, Finland Aparna Krishnan, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Jonathan Lazar, Towson University, USA Christopher Lueg, University of
Technology, Sydney, Australia Saturnino Luz, Trinity College, Dublin,
Ireland Robert Macredie, Brunel University, UK Gary Marsden, University of
Capetown, South Africa Masood Masoodian, University of Waikato, New
Zealand Dana McKay, University of Waikato, New Zealand David Nichols,
University of Waikato, New Zealand Anette Olsson, University of Waikato,
New Zealand Fabio Paterno, CNR, Italy Chris Phillips, Massey University,
New Zealand Chui Yoon Ping, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Beryl Plimmer, University of Auckland, New Zealand Patrick Rau, Chung Yuan
Christian University, Taiwan David Redmiles, UC Irvine, USA Yuzuru Tanaka,
Hokkaido University, Japan Yin Leng Theng, Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore Bruce Thomas, University of South Australia,
Australia Peter Thomas, Middlesex University, UK Mike Twidale, University
of Illinois, USA Stephen Viller, University of Queensland, Australia Kwang
Yun Wohn, Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,
Korea
Candy Wong, DoCoMo Labs, USA
William Wong, Middlesex University, UK
Toshiki Yamaoka, Wakayama University, Japan
Michiaki Yasamura, Keio University, Japan
Alvin Yeo, UNIMAS, Malaysia
Lim Kee Yong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

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