International Workshop on
Exploring the Dual Nature of Eyes in HCI: Capturing and Transmitting Information with Interactive Systems
Daichi Harada, William Delamare, Xiangshi Ren
Eye-Hand Coordination in Error Correction Process during Typing on Smartphones
Kentaro Yoshida, Yang Li
Understanding eye-hand coordination of typing on smartphones
Haruna Imada, Xinhui Jiang, Xiangshi Ren
Intuitive Revision: the Typing Error Correction Technique for Mobile Devices
Naoki Higashi, Yang Li
Exploring Performance of Pointing and Dragging Tasks using One Thumb Input
How Boredom may Affect Fitts' Law?
Kouya Ono, William Delamare, Kavous Salehzadeh Niksirat, Xiangshi Ren
New Deep Learning Architecture for Pain Intensity Estimation
Jun Yu, Toru Kurihara
Exploring How the Layout Affects Webpage Aesthetics
for further parametric design
Kyouichirou Yonezawa, Chen Wang, Xiangshi Ren
Generalized representation of shapes from different cues
Zhen Li, Hiroaki Shigemasu
Generalized Representation of 3D Object related to action in visual cortex: an fMRI Study
Thanaphop Threethipthikoon, Zhen Li, Hiroaki Shigemasu
Yugandhara Hiray, Kavous Salehzadeh Niksirat
Developing a Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment (DDA) System for Elderly Players
Anran Wu, Seira Itou, Kavous Salezadeh Niksirat, Xiangshi Ren
Modeling Relationship between MRI Images and Behavioral Datasets using 3D CNN
Jingxin Liu, Zhenxin Wang, Xiangshi Ren
Eye-Hand coordination in smartphone pointing task
Mikina Nambu, Xinhui Jiang
The aesthetic perception difference on webpages between Japanese and Chinese
Arihiro Iwamoto, Chen Wang, Xiangshi Ren
Characterizing Body Input Combinations with Fitts' Law Parameters
Ryutaro Mizuno, William Delamare, Xiangshi Ren
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) play a vital role in almost every aspect of daily life. ICTs are so fundamental to modern life that they now find many applications in the wide diversity of people, groups, industries and institutions in every corner of our world. Human-Engaged Computing (HEC) concerns the way humans interact with ICTs and the impact these technologies have on human lives, relationships, human potential and human capabilities. In this workshop, we will invite three experts to give their points of view of HEC practice on different Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) directions.
A very important part of the workshop is THE POSTER PRESENTATION through which participants can introduce their research findings, discuss their work, foster collaborations and propose and develop underlying methodological frameworks, all with the intention of driving the ICT ﬁeld forward in fuller awareness of the place, function and responsibilities of humanity in the nature of things.
The poster track invites submissions from all ICT areas. We especially seek contributions that showcase early, relatively speculative and/or not yet completed work. Authors are required to submit:
1. A poster paper including title, author information and the abstract of your study. Submitted poster papers should follow the SIGCHI Extended Abstracts;
2. A designed graphic poster including the main content, graphs, data or conclusion of your study. Your poster should be brought to the venue and placed on designated notice boards. Note that, the poster size should be A0 (84.1 x 118.4cm, 33.11 x 46.61 inches), and there is no AC power supply for poster presentations.
Please note also that there is no requirement to anonymize poster submissions and at least one author of each accepted poster must register for the workshop.
January 5, 2019 (Extend to January 9, 17:00 JST): DEADLINE for poster paper submission
January 6, 2019 (Extend to January 10, 17:00 JST): Decision notification
The poster and abstract (PDF file) should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Kochi!