Interactive Installations and performances showcases 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 HCI. Written extended abstracts of demos are reviewed by jury 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.
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