Watch on demand the #CHI2015 conference
Each year the Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) Conference attracts the world’s leading researchers and practitioners in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) from businesses and universities to share ground-breaking research and innovations related to how humans interact with digital technologies. The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction (SIGCHI) Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is the premier international conference on human-computer interaction. The meeting took place April 18-22 in Seoul, Korea this year.
ACM purchased back in 2007 our Triskel webcasting products and recorded independently and published online all the keynotes and about half of the paper and panel sessions. A highly selective showcase of the very best advances was presented across the disciplines of computer science, cognitive psychology, design, social science, human factors, artificial intelligence, graphics, visualization, multi-media design and other disciplines. The theme for CHI 2015 was “Crossings” as in crossing borders, crossing boundaries, crossing disciplines, crossing people and technology, crossing past and future, crossing physical and digital, or crossing art and science. The acceptance rate this year was 23%.
|Opening Plenary with Lou Yongqi on Crossing: HCI, Design and Sustainability.||Tuesday Morning Keynote with Donghoon Chang on UX Design in the IoT Era.||Wednesday Morning Keynote by David Min talking about a Journey to a Better Life||Thursday Morning Keynote by Susan Dumais for her ACM-W Athena Lecture: Large-Scale Behavioral Data: Potential and Pitfalls|
All the webcasts are available through the CHI 2015 programme page . Whenever you have a play icon on that full scehdule programme page, you can click on the session then click on the video link. All the sessions that took place in Rooms E6, 307, 401, 402 were recorded in addition to the plenaries. Note: Play button associated with single presentations refer to YouTube demo, different from the webcast.
For instance, if you want to watch one of the best paper awards presentations, The Social Impact of a Robot Co-Worker in Industrial Settings, by Allison Sauppé, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, United States, simply click on the image below:
We gathered below some of the conference reports written by the CHI community:
- by Dan Afergan
- by Robert Kosara
- by Eric P. S. Baumer
- by John Rooks: posts about Lou Yongqi keynote, about David Min keynote, about Donghoon Chang’s keynote.
Access to the full CHI 2015 proceedings via the ACM Digital Library
Since 2007, Klewel has helped recording and webcasting the ACM CHI conferences. For a quick look at the story behind Klewel, we would recommend you to read this article published in the latest IEEE magazine on MultiMedia.