Up to 8 pages in ACM Primary Article Template, single-column manuscript style
Important dates (all times are 23:59 Anywhere on Earth or AoE)
July 20, 2022: Interactivity papers submission deadline
The Interactivity track is an opportunity for researchers, designers, and artists within the wider CHI PLAY community to showcase their work in a hands-on setting that gives conference attendees the opportunity to explore and discuss their systems. We are looking for submissions that push the boundaries of playful human-computer interaction through technical advancement, innovative interaction concepts, or stimulate aesthetic and critical reflection through design. Authors or creators should consider the Interactivity track, when they consider the experiential dimension as a fundamental condition for appreciating their work, understanding its contribution, or stimulating discussion with visitors.
The Interactivity track at CHI PLAY invites submissions in two main categories, research and design. Submissions to the research category are expected to make a contribution to our understanding of how humans interact with playful technologies, which needs to be evidenced by thoroughly situating results in previous research in our field when preparing the extended abstract. Submissions to the design category are expected to provide an experience that engages conference attendees and stimulates conversation; in their abstract submission, we expect authors to describe the design case and reflect on the play experience.
In addition to physical live demos, we encourage authors to submit games and interactive experiences that can still be played by the audience during a live-demo session that takes place partially online, such as browser-based experiences or that can be made accessible through a conferencing/sharing system.
Submissions are up to 8 pages including references in the new ACM Primary Article Templates. Detailed instructions on formatting and submission can be found at Extended Abstract Submission Guidelines.
Interactivity papers are archived in the ACM Digital Library in the CHI PLAY 2022 Extended Abstracts.