Submission deadline: 23 July 2018
Online Submission: Conftool
Template: ACM SigConf 4 pages
Submission Format: SigConf 4 pages, [Optional] video preview, still image, and a supplemental PDF describing what you would like the audience to experience as well as technical and space requirements.
NB: References do count towards page length
Submissions are not anonymous and should include all author names, affiliations and contact information.
Selection Process: Jury (Submissions are reviewed by a committee). The process is not as rigorous as the other submission types. Submissions are evaluated on originality, relevance and potential to engage the audience. Light feedback will be offered for accepted submissions.
Chairs: Ben Ighoyota Ajenaghughrure, Vikki Eriksson, Mark Mushiva (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Message from the chairs
We are looking for artists, filmmakers, designers and other creative practitioners with interactive installations and performances that showcase original oral performances and/or multimedia productions, and/or interactive installations, live presentations of running systems or artefacts, such as interfaces, prototypes or research tools, that can both present innovation and solicit diverse and expert feedback within the broad discipline of Human Computer Interaction. Written extended abstracts of demos are reviewed by jury and published in the conference proceedings and openly licensed via the Internet Archive. Submissions can consist of extended abstract, pictorials, audio, video or other multimedia files and can include languages used in Africa other than English. Creators of files and/or their collaborators can also submit pictorial abstracts, papers or notes to relate oral/media content to scholarly discourse as additional publications.