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Sorry for cross-posting, please disseminate widely:

CALL FOR PAPERS: Entertainment Interfaces Track at Interaktive Kulturen 2010
Duisburg, Germany, 12.-15. September 2010



- Maic Masuch, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
- Joerg Niesenhaus,  University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
- Matthias Rauterberg, Technical University Eindhoven, the Netherlands

The track "Entertainment Interfaces" offers researchers, developers
and designers a platform to present innovative ideas in the area of
interactive entertainment with a focus on interaction in games and
other entertainment products and to discuss design challenges and the
evaluation of entertainment interfaces. The aims of the track are to
strengthen the awareness of the relevance of user-friendly and
innovative interfaces for entertainment applications in the research
community and in the public, to encourage the research activities and
the education in this field, and to foster the knowledge transfer
between researchers and developers. We like to emphasize the
interdisciplinary background of the "Entertainment Interfaces" track
and welcome contributions from the areas of computer science,
psychology, design and engineering sciences as well as contributions
from developers and designers working in the field of interactive
The track is part of the "Interaktive Kulturen" (Interactive cultures)
conference and will take place together with the German HCI conference
"Mensch & Computer 2010", the German e-learning conference "DeLFI
2010" and the German Usability Professionals (UPA) track. Attendees of
the Entertainment Interfaces track will be able to join all other
tracks at no extra cost. In addition, attendees will also be able to
participate in different events of the cultural capital of Europe, the

TOPICS: The topics include but are not limited to:

Entertainment Interface Design
- Game Interface Design
- Tangible and Gesture-Based Interfaces
- Auditory Interfaces
- User Interfaces for Serious Games

Entertainment Interface Diversification
- Emotional and Physiological Entertainment
- Interfaces for Social Games and Entertainment
- Interfaces for Health Games
- Entertainment Interfaces for Convergent Media Products

Entertainment Technology
- Game Environments
- Pervasive and Ubiquitous Game Technology
- VR Entertainment Technology
- Game Editing and Prototyping Tools
- Interactive Storytelling

Entertainment Interface Evaluation
- Game Usability & Playability
- Interface Evaluation Methods
- Eye tracking and Physiological Measurement Methods
- Measurement of Fun in Games

SUBMISSIONS: The submission categories are:

*Full Papers
Regular written papers (6 to 10 pages) will present research results
or practical experiences and will be peer-reviewed and published in
the proceedings.
*Call for Demonstrations
Demonstrations can be in the form of a live demonstration of a system
or tool and should be explained in a short description (up to 4
pages). The submissions will be peer-reviewed.
Posters offer the possibility to present research findings or
practical examples and will be shown in interactive poster sessions.
Next to the poster a short description (up to 4 pages) is needed. The
poster submissions will be peer-reviewed.
*Call for Workshops
Entertainment Interfaces will offer a series of workshops at the 12th
of September to cover innovative topics in the area of interactive
entertainment. We invite you to submit workshop proposals (up to 4
pages) to pioneer new areas of research and application.

For more information about the submission formats please visit:

8th March 2010: Submission of Full Papers, Demonstrations and Workshops
15th June 2010: Submission of Posters

- Steffi Beckhaus, University of Hamburg, Germany
- Wolfgang Broll, IT Ilmenau / Fraunhofer FIT, Germany
- Christian Geiger, FH Düsseldorf, Germany
- Stefan Goebel, TU Darmstadt, Germany
- Steffi Heidecker, Folkwang Hochschule Essen, Germany
- Nicole Kraemer, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
- Rainer Malaka, University of Bremen, Germany
- Lennart Nacke, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden

Joerg Niesenhaus
- Interactive Systems and Interaction Design -
Dept. of Computer Science and Applied Cognitive Sciences
Faculty of Engineering
University of Duisburg-Essen
47057 Duisburg, Germany
Phone: ++49 (0)203 379 -1420, Fax: -3557
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