Technical advances can make human activities easier, faster, more accurate and less costly. New advances can benefit people by helping them work more effectively and live more comfortably, for example, by creating new leisure activities and by opening new ways of communicating with friends, family, and colleagues. The demonstration track is looking for examples of technical advances with such potential. We encourage demonstrations of new and emerging tools and technical solutions as well as innovations based on current solutions. We are interested in demonstrations in the full range of HCI-related topics, especially as they relate to the conference theme. A system demonstration is a live presentation of a running system. The review process will retain the anonymity of reviewers; authors should guarantee the anonymity of their submissions (please remove names and affiliations from the first page and any other material that would allow reviewers to identify the authors).
|Co-Chairs||Stephen Brewster (GB)
David McGookin (FI)
|Submission||27 Mar. 2015|
|Notification||8 May 2015|
|Camera-Ready||29 May 2015|
|No. of pages||4+1|
|Proceedings||Springer LNCS Series|
An demonstration submission may consist of a maximum of five (4 plus 1) pages in .PDF format and must be submitted no later than 27 March 2015 - 23:59 CET, using the conference submission system at http://www.conftool.com/interact2015. Papers should be formatted according to the Springer LNCS format. A demo submission consists of: a four-page short paper and a single page summarising the technical requirements to run the demo. Accepted demonstrations must be demonstrated during the conference. Demonstration papers will be published in the INTERACT 2015 conference proceedings.