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CFP – 1st Workshop on Augmenting Social Interaction through Affective Computing

Just a quick note, I’ll be doing an update on the workshop later on the week (i.e. after I recover from my upcoming jetlag which I’m hestiantly waiting for as I board my flight home). In the meantime check out the following workshop on augmented social interaction.

Workshop at ACII 2011

http://www.augmenting-social-interaction.org

http://www.acii2011.org

Augmenting Social Interaction through Affective Computing is the first workshop on affective computing that specifically aims to improve or enhance social interaction among humans. Social interactions, whether mediated or face-to-face, can benefit significantly from advances in affective computing and social signal processing. Example application areas include mental healthcare, training and coaching, negotiation, and close intimate interactions. To address this topic, we invite submissions on the relation between social interaction between humans and affective computing technologies.

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Physiological Computing meets Augmented Reality in a Museum

First of all, an apology – Kiel and I try to keep this blog ticking over, but for most of 2011, we’ve been preoccupied with a couple of large projects and getting things organised for the CHI workshop in May.Ā  One of the “things” that led to this hiatus on the blog is a new research project funded by the EU called ARtSENSE, which is the topic of this post.

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