The proceedings from 2019 are available at TUbiblio. Thanks to every participant!
April 5th 2019 April 15th 2019 (extended!)
There is an ongoing trend on embedding computing and communication capabilities into everyday objects, turning them into smart objects. Examples range from smart (tangible) objects over smart cars to even large-scale urban infrastructures. Other recent examples deal with the fabrication of smart objects, smart sensory augmentation, and smart spaces. This workshop will focus on how the intelligence situated in these smart objects can be harvested to provide more efficient and enjoyable interaction possibilities for the users. The underlying research fields pose unique challenges and opportunities for designing the interaction with such devices.
The SmartObjects Workshop will focus on how the intelligence situated in these smart objects can be harvested to provide more efficient and enjoyable interaction possibilities. We seek high-quality contributions that explore the combination of intelligent interaction with the specific characteristics of smart objects. Topics include but are not limited to:
- technology and models required for enabling the interaction with smart objects
- novel interaction concepts for smart objects
- engineering of smart objects
- multimodal interaction
- self-explanatory smart objects
- fabrication of smart objects
- smart sensory augmentation and smart spaces
- smart cars
- embodied and tangible interaction
- accessibility through smart objects
- intelligibility of smart objects
- user studies and evaluation techniques
- privacy and trust aspects of smart objects
The SmartObjects workshop is held in conjunction with the
11th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS '19).