It’s conference time ~ papers @ NIME, HCII, HAID

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John Sullivan

IDMIL researchers have several papers accepted to summer conferences this year. While ongoing public health and travel risks due to COVID-19 will prevent the in-person conference gatherings, most have been reconfigured into online formats. Digital presentations will be forthcoming and we will post them here.

The papers that have been accepted are as follows:

NIME – New Interfaces for Musical Expression

21-24 July, Birmingham, UK

HCII – International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

19-24 July, Copenhagen, Denmark

HAID – Haptic and Audio Interaction Design

postponed to later 2020, Montreal, Canada

  • Marcelo M. Wanderley, Mathias Bredholt, Christian Frisson. “A Visualization Tool for the CIRMMT Distinguished Lecture Series
  • Ajin Tom, Sigh, Martin Daigle, Fabrice Marandola, Marcelo M. Wanderley. “Haptic Tutor – A haptics-based music education tool for beginners”
  • Christian Frisson, Julien Decaudin, Mario Sanz Lopez, Thomas Pietrzak. “Printgets: an Open-Source Toolbox for Designing Vibrotactile Widgets with Industrial-Grade Printed Actuators and Sensors”