The OzCHI demonstration track is the hands-on part of the conference for showing your work and engaging with the OzCHI attendees. Your demonstration can take the shape of a live, interactive demo, a lab/corporate exhibition or any combination of these! Research demonstrations will be open to general public. Hence, it must be relevant for the scientific community and have appeal to the general public. A Work in Progress submission reports on recent work that is producing interesting results, but is not yet so well developed to be presented as a short or long paper. Accepted Deom and Work in Progress papers will be included in the conference proceedings the authors will have the opportunity to discuss their work with the conference delegates during a special Demo and WiP session.
Accepted WiP and Demo papers will be available in the USB proceedings and will be published in the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series available from the ACM Digital Library.
We encourage a diverse range of submissions and demonstrations from all forms of human-computer interaction research. You are free to demonstrate the work presented in the papers or posters, as well as any new visionary, engaging or thrilling project not yet presented elsewhere!
The demonstrations will be rated based on their potential appeal to the OzCHI attendees and general public. The clarity of the proposal (having a video will help!) will help us make this decision.
Nalin Asanka Gamagedara Arachchilage, University of New South Wales
Ross Brown, Queensland University of Technology
Leigh Ellen Potter, Griffith University
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