Springer LNCS Template
We invite position papers up to six pages in Springer LNCS format. We ask authors to include their personal view and definition of Peripheral Interaction and show how their work relates to that. We encourage bringing a (video-) demonstrator, but this is by no means a requirement.
We welcome participants from a broad range of disciplines including computer science, interaction design, interactive arts, psychology, cognitive science and product design.
Possible contributions may include but are not limited to:
- Interaction styles and concepts such as eyes free interaction, microinteraction, implicit interaction, micro gestures, peripheral displays, ambient media, awareness systems, gesture interfaces, inattentive interaction, tangible and embodied interaction in related to peripheral interaction
- Analysis of challenges and opportunities for embedding HCI in everyday life
- Novel use of sensors and actuators
- Theoretical positions and evaluation approaches
- Philosophical, ethical & social implications
- Discussions of interactive system use in everyday life
- Prototypes directly or indirectly related to Peripheral Interaction
- Explorations of attention management in everyday life
- Design and art work on technology embedded in the everyday environment
- Relations of peripheral interaction to other paradigms
- Relevance of peripheral interaction for specific contexts and target groups
- Work in progress, late breaking innovations
- Tools to develop everyday interactive systems
Please send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 20th. Authors will be notified of acceptance by May 27th.
The final workshop schedule will be available on the workshop website for participants and others interested in the topic.