We are pleased to announce that we have had five full papers accepted to CHI 2017:
- Audible Beacons and Wearables in Schools: Helping Young Visually Impaired Children Play and Move Independently.
- Euan Freeman, Graham Wilson, Stephen Brewster, Gabriel Baud-Bovy, Charlotte Magnusson, and Hector Caltenco
- From the ABBI project
- Multi-moji: Combining Thermal, Vibrotactile & Visual Stimuli to Expand the Affective Range of Feedback.
- Graham Wilson and Stephen Brewster
- An Evaluation of Input Controls for In-Car Interactions.
- Alexander Ng, Stephen Brewster, Frank Beruscha, and Wolfgang Krautter
- From the HAPPINESS project
- I Am The Passenger: How Visual Motion Cues Can Influence Sickness For In-Car VR.
- Mark McGill, Alexander Ng, and Stephen Brewster
- ForgetMeNot: Active Reminder Entry Support for Adults with Acquired Brain Injury.
- Matthew Jamieson, Brian O’Neill, Breda Cullen, Marilyn McGee-Lennon, Stephen Brewster, and Jonathan Evans
Mark McGill will also be presenting an ACM TOCHI article at CHI. More details about this will be added soon.