If you are packing for CHI, here is your chance to bring your running shoes for another “Jogging at CHI” event!
(where you can leave your bags) and jog from there. So bring your runners, either get changed at your hotel during the break before or use the toilets next to the room, we’ll leave shortly after for a run around the venue outside. We have done this four times in the past and everyone involved seemed to have enjoyed this “alternative” format of talking HCI and sports while getting some exercise at CHI.
We’ll be running for approx. 30min and we have plans to accommodate those who want to jog slower/faster/further/not that long etc. All jogging levels will be catered for! The goal is to actively shape the future of the field of sports-HCI.
Unfortunately, this year our request to make it a SIG and therefore official part of the program was rejected due to it “creating an insurance liability for ACM”. Therefore we point out that this is not an official CHI event and hope that you enjoy it regardless of ACM endorsement.
We will show the following works at CHI’17 in Denver, CO, USA:
Khot, R., Aggarwal, D., Pennings, R., Hjorth, L. & Mueller, F. EdiPulse: Investigating a Playful Approach to Self-monitoring through 3D printed Chocolate Treats. CHI 2017. Long Paper. 15 pages.
Mueller, F., Young, D. Five Lenses for Designing Exertion Experiences. CHI 2017. Long paper. 15 pages
Höök, K., Hummels, C., Isbister, K., Lim, Y., Jonsson, M., Marti, P., Márquez Segura, E., Mueller, F., Petersen, M., Sanches, P., Schiphorst, T., Ståhl, A., Svanæs, D., Trotto, A. Soma-Based Design Theory. CHI 2017. Workshop (organizing). Workshop page. 8 pages.
Khot, R., Lupton, D., Dolejšová, M., Mueller, F. The Future of Food In the Digital Realm. CHI 2017. Special Interest Group (SIG). 4 pages.
Arnold, P. You Better Eat to Survive! Exploring Edible Interactions in a Virtual Reality Game. CHI 2017. Student Game Competition. 4 pages.
Mueller, F., Khot, R.A., Gerling, K. and Mandryk, R. Exertion Games. Foundations and Trends Human–Computer Interaction 10, 1 (2017), 1-86. (presented at special Foundations and Trends session at CHI’17)
(unofficial:) Mueller, F., Khot, R., Marshall, J., Tholander, J., Nylander, S. Jogging at CHI. CHI 2017. Jogging around the conference venue, Wed 17:50, starting outside 301.
Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller is speaking at the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council on the topic of games and learning as part of their Learning and Development initiative on the 9 March 11.30 for 75 minutes.
Peter was selected as a Finalist for the Student Game Competition at CHI’17 and will present the game against two others in his category to compete for the top prize :
We are organizing two workshops at CHI’17:
Marco’s paper presented at ECAI (European Conference on Artificial Intelligence) has been published (acceptance rate was 27%):
Tamassia, M., Zambetta, F., Raffe, W., Mueller, F., Li, X. Dynamic Choice of State Abstraction in Q-Learning. Proceedings of the 22nd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2016), IOS Press. 46–54.
We have the following full papers accepted at CHI’17:
Sarah and Floyd’s article is published in the interactions magazine, with a wonderful layout:
Mueller, F., Pell, S.J. Adventure and technology: an earthquake-interrupted expedition to Mt. Everest. interactions, Jan-Feb 2017, 58-62
Khot, R.A. Understanding Material Representations of Physical Activity. 2016. RMIT University. PhD Thesis.
We have co-authored two chapters in the book “Serious Games”:
Philip Mildner and Florian Mueller. Design of Serious Games. Book chapter in: Serious Games: Foundations, Concepts and Practice, Ralf Dörner et al. Eds. Springer International Publishing, 2016, 57-82.
Josef Wiemeyer, Lennart Nacke, Christiane Moser and Florian Mueller. Player Experience. Book chapter in: Serious Games: Foundations, Concepts and Practice, Ralf Dörner et al. Eds. Springer International Publishing, 2016, 243-271.