Designing Interaction | 2005

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Reception and Book Signing abstract for keynote presentation - Leonardos Laptop Interactive Demonstrations and Presentations Closing Remarks and Announcements - VR Contest Winners map of Forum locations Ben Shneiderman Keynote Virtual Reality Applications Center web site Dance Driving Application: Assisted Living 2 - mixed media Jump to text version of forum schedule HCI - Human Computer Interaction - web site Press Liason and Press Kits Howe and Hoover Hall map Forum 2004 Highlights Virtual Reality Applications Center Iowa State University web site HCI Poster Session
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HCI Forum – Designing Interaction 2005

When:  Friday, April 15, 2005, starting at 1:00pm
Where:  Hoover Hall Auditorium (Keynote), Hoover / Howe Hall Skywalk, Howe Hall Auditorium

The future of interactive design will be on display April 15 during the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) graduate program’s annual forum.

Ben Shneiderman will kick off the forum at 1:00p with his keynote talk entitled, “Leonardo’s Laptop: Human Needs & the New Computing Technologies,” which will be held in the Hoover Hall Auditorium. After a book signing and reception in the Hoover Hall lobby from 2-2:30p, HCI Graduate students will share some of their ongoing research:

  • HCI Poster Session in the Howe-Hoover Skywalk from 2:30p – 3:00p
  • HCI Student Presentations in the Howe Hall Atrium (Lower Level) from 3:00p – 4:00p
    * 3:00p – Ronald Sidharta: Audience AR-Tainment
    * 3:20p – Michelle Rusch: A cognitive model for user behavior in a map-based census listing application
    * 3:40p – Jake Ingman: interface
  • From 4:00p – 4:30p, HCI students will present a technology and arts performance (dance driven) application entitled “Assisted Living 2,” in the Howe Hall Auditorium

Dr. James Oliver VRAC Director & HCI Chair will introduce two new virtual reality demonstration applications (winners of the VRAC/HCI 2005 VR Demo Contest) and send us all on our way with some closing remarks at 4:30p.

— Hosted by the Virtual Reality Applications Center