Interactions Gallery at the 2022 BCS Human-Computer Interaction Conference
The BCS HCI Conference Interactions Gallery will curate and display exciting, expressive and engaging interactions in the during the BCS Human-Computer Interaction Conference on 12th and 13th July at Keele University.
Interactions Gallery exhibits will be displayed in the spacious foyer and connected rooms of the ‘IC6’/Denise Coates Building opposite Keele’s main entrance. The building can be seen here on the conference venues map.
The Interactions Gallery co-chairs are Tom Flint email@example.com and Tanis Grandison firstname.lastname@example.org
Authors/exhibitors and titles
- Susan Lechelt, Inge Panneels and Ingi Helgason. Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainable Creative Practice (80)
- John Morrison, Andrew Mckelvey and Matthew Kranicz. Experiential Dialogues: Extended Reality as an Attentive Means of Listening and Knowing Care Identity (52)
- Sandra Woolley, Seb Heron, Joash Abejide and Matthew Chau. Digital Art, Interactive Animation and Creative Expression in the Computer Science Curriculum (76)
- Alan Dix. Tools for community heritage and digitisation
- Tanis Grandison, Tom Flint and Kirstie Jamieson. Digi-Mapping: Creative Placemaking with Psychogeography (24)
- Tom Flint and Linda Shore. Emotional Data Visualised (EDV) (28)
- Lynne Hall, Gill Hagan-Green and Samiullah Paracha. Alternative Views of Cyber Security: Innovation, Art and Collaborative Practice (74)
- Craig Appleby and Sophy Smith. A Cybernetic Performance System for Live Performance (17)
- Sandra Woolley, Tim Collins, Erlend Gehlken, Richard Rhodes and Mustafa Dhar. Interactive 3D Viewer Interfaces for Virtual Museum Artefacts (77)
- Fiona Stewart, Tom Flint, Tanis Grandison, Gemma Webster and Craig Tyrie. Let’s Play the Arcade Machines (30)
- James Mitchell. An Augmented Reality Virtual Museum ‘Takeout’ Interaction (83)
Proceedings – Password will be made available during the conference
The original call can be found at Interactions Gallery Open Call.