HCSNet Workshop on the Use of Vision in HCI - VisHCI 2006

ANU, Canberra, 1-3 November 2006

In cooperation with RSISE, NICTA Canberra and Seeing Machines

The VisHCI workshop will happen again in 2007! VisHCI 2007 will be held as a Tutorial Day in conjunction with DICTA 2007 on the 2 December 2007 in Adelaide. More details soon!

VisHCI 2006

The presentations and papers are now avaliable online!

This international workshop aims to bring together researchers, practitioners and students from a number of discplines related to using vision and visual evidence in human-computer interaction (HCI). Visual communication - such as hand and body gestures, facial expressions, auditory-visual speech, sign language etc. - is a major communication channel for humans. The availability of low-cost camera technology has led to an increased use of visual evidence in HCI.

One of the aims of HCSNet is to foster collaborations across discplines. Visual HCI research is multi-disciplinary and both computer vision and HCI research have a strong tradition in Australia. Relevant disciplines include computer science, engineering, IT, psychology and spoken language research to name a few. Our goal is to provide an Australian-based, international forum for the presentation and discussion of current trends and recent ideas and results from leading national and international scientists to foster scholarly exchange and future collaborations in the human communication sciences.

Thanks to the generous support from HCSNet, registration for VisHCI 2006 will be free. In addition, a number of travel grants will be provided for Australian-based participants to help with the cost of travelling to Canberra.

The workshop is organised by Roland Göcke and Antonio Robles-Kelly. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at vishci@rsise.anu.edu.au.

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(c) Roland Göcke
Last modified: Mon Jul 09 12:14:03 AUS Eastern Standard Time 2007