CHI Logo CHI 98
April 18-23, 1998, Los Angeles, CA USA

Welcome to people from the Entertainment industry

Entertainment Application Domain Chair
Fran Arble
Tel: +1 407 566 2522 x12
Computers used to be for scientists and engineers to do work. No more! Multimedia software and the Internet are significant forces today in computing for entertainment or communicating.

How do we design compelling interfaces? How do we define a successful interface for entertainment? How does technology affect the way we relate to others or enable us to express ourselves?

If you work in the entertainment field or design software for entertainment or leisure, we invite you to contribute your work to CHI 98 where we will devote special interest to human-computer interaction (HCI) issues in entertainment media.

Topics include:

  • interactive games
  • edutainment
  • digital storytelling
  • virtual communities
  • interactive TV
  • Web TV
  • Internet entertainment
  • virtual reality
  • HCI issues in filmcraft
  • multimedia design/evaluation issues

The Advance Program lists everything you need to know about the conference, including the conference program and registration details. Be sure to check out the entertainment sessions.

Newcomers to the conference may want to start with the conference welcome and the Human-Computer Interaction introductory sessions.

March 5, 1998