APCHI 2004

6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer-Human Interaction
Incorporating the 5th ACM SIGCHI-NZ Symposium
June 29 - July 2 2004
Rotorua, NZ

Advance programme

this programme has been separated into an overview, which gives basic information about session times and themes, and a full advance programme with details of papers to be presented in each session. You can download a PDF version of this information here (170kb).

Programme Overview

Tuesday 29th June

9.30-12.30 Tutorial Part 1:

Understanding Users - Work in Context: Practical Observation Skills.
Susan Dray,
Dray and Associates

Tutorial:

Computers, Applications and Colour
Paul Lyons and Giovanni Moretti,
Massey University, NZ

Doctoral Consortium Part 1 (invitation only)
12.30-1.30 Lunch
1.30-4.30 Tutorial Part 2:

Understanding Users - Work in Context: Practical Observation Skills.
Susan Dray,
Dray and Associates

Tutorial:

Designing Augmented Reality Interfaces
Mark Billinghurst,
Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand

Doctoral Consortium Part 2 (invitation only)

Wednesday 30th June

8.50-9.00 Conference opening and welcome
9.00-10.30 Keynote Presentation: Emotional Design
Don Norman
10.30-10.50 Refreshments
10.50-12.30 Paper Session 1a: Colour Paper Session 1b: Navigation
12.30-1.50 Lunch
1.50-3.30 Paper Session 2a: Collaboration Paper Session 2b: Input Techniques 1
3.30-3.50 Refreshments
3.50-5.30 Paper Session 3a: Culture/Accessibility Paper Session 3b: Design/Development 1
7.00- Conference Reception

Thursday 1st July

8.30-10.10 Paper Session 4a: Mobile Computing Paper Session 4b: Input Techniques 2
10.10-10.30 Refreshments
10.30-12.30 Paper Session 5a: Design/Development 2 Paper Session 5b: The Web
12.30-1.50 Lunch
1.50-3.30 Paper Session 6a: Visualisation/Metaphor Paper Session 6b: Models and Frameworks
3.30-3.50 Refreshments
3.50-5.30 Paper Session 7a: Input Techniques 3 Paper Session 7b: Augmented Reality/Ubiquity
7.00- Conference Dinner
APCHI 2006 Presentation

Friday 2nd July

8.30-10.00 Keynote Presentation:
Susan Dray
10.00-10.20 Refreshments
10.20-12.00 Paper Session 8a: 3D Paper Session 8b: Case Studies / Perceptual UIs
12.00-12.15 Conference Closing
12.15-1.15 Refreshments
1.30-4.30 Tutorial:
Mobile Device User Interface Design: for Work, Home, and On the Way.
Aaron Marcus,
Aaron Marcus and Associates
Tutorial: Developing Computer Vision Applications.
Richard Green,
University of Canterbury, NZ
1.30-2.30 SIGCHI NZ Annual General Meeting
2:30- Sightseeing Tours

Conference Programme

Tuesday 29th June

9.30-12.30 Tutorial Part 1:

Understanding Users - Work in Context: Practical Observation Skills.
Susan Dray,
Dray and Associates

Tutorial:

Computers, Applications and Colour
Paul Lyons and Giovanni Moretti,
Massey University, NZ

Doctoral Consortium Part 1 (invitation only)
12.30-1.30 Lunch
1.30-4.30 Tutorial Part 2:

Understanding Users - Work in Context: Practical Observation Skills.
Susan Dray,
Dray and Associates

Tutorial:

Designing Augmented Reality Interfaces
Mark Billinghurst,
Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand

Doctoral Consortium Part 2 (invitation only)

Wednesday 30th June

8.50-9.00 Conference opening and welcome
9.00-10.30 Keynote Presentation: Emotional Design
Don Norman
10.30-10.50 Refreshments
10.50-12.30 Paper Session 1a: Colour

The Effect of Color Coding for the Characters on Computer Keyboards for Multilingual Input Using Modeless Methods
Kuo-Hao Eric Tang, Li-Chen Tsai,
Feng Chia University, Taiwan

Nine Tools for Generating Harmonious Colour Schemes
Paul Lyons, Giovanni Moretti,
Massey University, New Zealand

Real-Time Color Gamut Mapping Architecture and Implementation for Color-Blind People
Dongil Han,
Sejong University, Korea

Chromatome: A 3D Interface for Exploring Colour Space
Giovanni Moretti, Paul Lyons, Mark Wilson,
Massey University, New Zealand

Paper Session 1b: Navigation

Creating a Framework for Situated Way-Finding Research
Nicola Bidwell, Christopher Lueg,
Charles Darwin University, Australia

User Model of Navigation
Corina Sas,
Lancaster University, UK

Towards a General Model for Assisting Navigation
Mike McGavin, James Noble, Robert Biddle, Judy Brown,
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

The Degree of Usability From Selected DVD Menus and Their Navigational Systems
Guy Wood-Bradley, Malcolm Campbell,
Deakin University, Australia

12.30-1.50 Lunch
1.50-3.30 Paper Session 2a: Collaboration

Collaborative Interactions on 3D Displays for Multi-User Game Environments
Jeong-Dan Choi, Byung-Tae Jang, Chi-Jeong Hwang,
Electronic and Telecommunications Research Institute/Chungnam National University, Korea

A Rapidly Adaptive Collaborative Ubiquitous Computing Environment to Allow Passive Detection of Marked Objects
Hannah Slay, Bruce Thomas, Rudi Vernik, Wayne Pierkarski,
University of South Australia/Defence Science Technology Organisation, Australia

What are You Looking At? Newest Findings from an Empirical Study of Group Awareness
Minh Hong Tran, Gitesh Raikundalia, Yun Yang,
Swinburne University of Technology/Victoria University, Australia

Supporting Group Learning Using a Digital Whiteboard (short paper)
Raymond Kemp, Elizabeth Kemp, Thevalojinie Mohanarajah,
Massey University, New Zealand

Designing Intelligent Environments - User Perceptions on Information Sharing (short paper)
Craig Chatfield, Jonna Hakila,
Griffith University, Australia

Paper Session 2b: Input Techniques 1

Design of Chording Gloves as a Text Input Device
Seongil Lee, Sang Hyuk Hong, Jae Wook Jeon, Hoo-Gon Choi, Hyoukryeol Choi,
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Framework for Interpreting Handwritten Strokes Using Grammars
Buntarou Shizuki, Kazuhisa Iizuka, Jiro Tanaka,
University of Tsukuba, Japan

Enhancing Interactive Graph Manipulation Tools With Tactile Feedback Jukka Raisamo, Roope Raisamo,
University of Tampere, Finland

A Study of an EMG-Controlled HCI Method by Clenching Teeth
Hyuk Jeong, Jong-Sung Kim, Jin-Seong Choi, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea

3.30-3.50 Refreshments
3.50-5.30 Paper Session 3a: Culture/Accessibility

A Practical Set of Culture Dimensions for Global User-Interface Development
Aaron Marcus, Valentina-Johanna Baumgartner,
Aaron Marcus & Associates/mavas

Cultural Usability in the Globalisation of News Portals
Tina Wai Chi Tsui, John Paynter,
University of Auckland

Age Differences in Rendezvousing: 18-30s vs 31-45s
Martin Colbert,
Kingston University, UK

Accessibility: a Tool for Usability Evaluation
Daniel Woo, Joji Mori,
University of new South Wales, Australia

Passing on Good Practice: Interface Design for Older Users (short paper)
Mary Zajicek,
Oxford Brookes University, UK

Paper Session 3b: Design/Development 1

HCI Practices and the Work of Information Architects
Toni Robertson, Cindy Hewlett,
University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Creative Expertise and Collaborative Technology Design
Linda Candy, Ernest Edmonds,
University of Sydney/University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Design for Flow in a Complex Activity
Jon M Pearce, Steve Howard,
University of Melbourne, Australia

Designing Explorable Interaction Based on Users' Knowledge: a Case Study on a Multi-Functional Printer Application
Dong-Seok Lee, Douglas Jihoon Kim, Un Sik Byun,
Software Solution Lab/Corporate Design Centre/Printer Design Group, Samsung Electronics, Korea

7.00- Conference Reception

Thursday 1st July

8.30-10.10 Paper Session 4a: Mobile Computing

Envisioning Mobile Information Services: Combining User- and Technology-Centred Design
Jesper Kjeldskov, Steve Howard,
University of Melbourne, Australia

A Prototype Framework for Mobile Text Entry
Sanju Sunny, Yow Kin Choong,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Supporting Work Activities in Healthcare by Mobile Electronic Patient Records
Jesper Kjeldskov, Mikael B Skow,
Aalborg University, Denmark

Performance Analysis for User Interfaces in Real-Time Ubiquitous Information Networks
Yung Bok Kim, Mira Kwak, Dong-Sub Cho,
Sejong University/Ewha Womans University, Korea

Paper Session 4b: Input Techniques 2

An Implementation for Capturing Clickable Moving Objects
Toshiharu Sugawara, Satoshi Kurihara, Shigemi Aoyagi, Koji Sato, Toshihiro Takada,
NTT, Japan

An Interface for Input of Object Regions Using the Hand Chroma Key
Shuhei Sato, Etsuya Shibayama, Shin Takahashi,
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Menu-Selection-Based Japanese Input Method with Consonants for Pen-based Computers
Daisuke Sato, Buntarou Shizuki, Motoki Miura, Jiro Tanaka,
University of Tsukuba, Japan

Does DOF Separation on Elastic Devices Improve User 3D Steering Task Performance?
Gery Casiez, Patricia Plenacoste, Christophe Chaillou,
LIFL & INRIA Futurs, France

10.10-10.30 Refreshments
10.30-12.30 Paper Session 5a: Design/Development 2

Collecting, Organizing and Managing Non-Contextualised Data, by Using MVML to Develop a Human-Computer Interface
Michael Verhaart, John Jamieson, Kinshuk,
Eastern Institute of Technology/Massey University, New Zealand

The Misrepresentation of Use in Technology Demonstrations
Wally Smith,
University of Melbourne, Australia

Commercial Success by Looking for Desire Lines
Carl Myhill,
GE Network Reliability Products and Services, UK

Creative Information Seeking and Interface Design (short paper)
Shu-Shing Lee, Yin-Leng Theng, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Schubert Shou-Boon Foo,
Nanyang Technical University, Singapore

Connecting the User View with the System View of Requirements (short paper)
Ralph R Miller, Scott P Overmyer,
Computer Sciences Corporation USA/Massey University New Zealand

ViewPoint: a Zoomable User Interface for Integrating Expressive Systems (short paper)
Darryl Singh, Mitra Nataraj, Rick Mugridge,
University of Auckland, New Zealand

Paper Session 5b: The Web

NetWorker: a Practical Web-Based Tool to Support the Collect-Compare-Choose Cycle
Paul Lyons, Chris Phillips, Elizabeth Kemp, Jaimee Alam,
Massey University, New Zealand

inlineLink: Realization of Inline Expansion Link Methods on a Conventional Web Browser
Motoki Miura, Buntarou Shizuki, Jiro Tanaka,
University of Tsukuba, Japan

Specification and Generation of Model 2 Web Interfaces
Dirk Draheim, Gerald Weber,
Free University Berlin Germany/University of Auckland, New Zealand

Factors Influencing User Selection of WWW Sitemaps (short paper)
CJ Pilgrim, G Lindgaard, YK Leung,
Swinburne University of Technology Australia/Carleton University Canada/Institute of Vocational Education, Hong Kong

DIANEnx: Modelling Exploration in the Web Context (short paper)
Aaron Mullane, Sandrine Balbo,
University of Melbourne, Australia

12.30-1.50 Lunch
1.50-3.30 Paper Session 6a: Visualisation/Metaphor

Extending Tree-Maps to Three Dimensions: a Comparative Study
Thomas Bladh, David A Carr, Jeremiah Scholl,
Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

Design of Information Visualization of Ubiquitous Environment for a Wearable Display
Makoto Obayashi, Hiroyuki Nishiyama, Fumio Mizoguchi,
Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute/Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Evolutionary Approaches to Visualisation and Knowledge Discovery
Russell Beale, Andy Pryke, RJ Hendley,
University of Birmingham, UK

Metaphors for Electronic Music Production in Reason and Live
Matthew Duignan, James Noble, Pippin Barr, Robert Biddle,
Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand/Carleton University, Canada

Paper Session 6b: Models and Frameworks

A Tripartite Framework for Working Memory Processes
Peter J Patsula,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Common Industry Format: Meeting Educational Objectives and Student Needs?
Karola von Baggo, Lorraine Johnston, Oliver Burmeister, Todd Bentley,
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

The Automatic Generation of a Graphical Dialogue Model from Delphi Source Code
Lei Li, Chris Phillips, Chris Scogings,
University of Auckland/Massey University, New Zealand

Resource for Guiding Didactical Creators in the Development of e-Learning Material (short paper)
Valeria Mirabella, Stephen Kimani, Tiziana Catarci,
University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy

3.30-3.50 Refreshments
3.50-5.30 Paper Session 7a: Input Techniques 3

A Novel Locomotion Interface with Independent Planar and Footpad Devices for Virtual Walking
Jungwon Yoon, Jeha Ryu,
Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

Steering Law in an Environment ofSpatially Coupled Style with Matters of Pointer Size and Trajectory Width
Satoshi Naito, Yoshifumi Kitamura, Fumio Kishino,
Osaka University, Japan

OPR-LENS: Operation-Lens System for Supporting Manipulation of Information Appliances
Takumi Yamaguchi, Haruya Shiba, Kazunori Shimamura,
Kochi University of Technology/Kochi National College of Technology, Japan

Paper Session 7b: Augmented Reality/Ubiquity

Operation-support System for Transportable Earth Station Using Augmented Reality
Kokuo Asai, Noritakea, Osawa, Yuji Y Sugimoto, Kimio Kondo,
National Institute of Multimedia Education/Graduate University of Advanced Study, Japan

Tangible Teleconferencing
Jeorg Hauber, Mark Billinghurst, Holger Regenbrecht,
HITLab New Zealand/DaimlerChrysler Germany

Our Ubiquitous Computing Home Inside: a Practical Approach Emerging into House and Home
Soichiro Iga, Saiko Ohno,
Keio University, Japan

Real-World Oriented Access Control Method with a Display Password
Yuji Ayatsuka, Michimune Kowno, Jun Rekimoto,
Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Japan

7.00- Conference Dinner
APCHI 2006 Presentation

Friday 2nd July

8:30-10:00 Keynote Presentation:
Susan Dray
10.00-10.20 Refreshments
10.20-12.00 Paper Session 8a: 3D

Quantitative Analysis of Human Behaviour and Implied User Interface in 3D Sketching Shun'ichi Tano, Toshiko Matsumoto, Mitsuru Iwata,
University of Electro-Communications/Hitachi Ltd, Japan

Perceiving Tools in 3D Sculpting
Jyrki Parviainen, Nina Sainio, Roope Raisamo,
University of Tampere, Finland

Extended Godzilla: Free-form 3D Object Design by Sketching and Modifying Seven Primitives at Single 2D-3D Seamless Display
Shun'ichi Tano, Yoichiro Komatsuo, Mitsuru Iwata,
University of Electro-Communications/Honda R&D Co Ltd, Japan

Sony EyeToy(tm): Developing Mental Models for 3-D Interaction in a 2-D Gaming Environment (short paper)
Geanbry Demming,
Amberlight Partners Ltd, UK

Paper Session 8b: Case Studies / Perceptual UIs

Ambulance Dispatch Complexity and Dispatcher Decision Strategies: Implications for Interface Design (short paper)
J Hayes, A Moore, G Benwell, BLW Wong,
University of Otago New Zealand/Middlesex University UK

Verifying the Field of View Afforded to the Pilot Due to Cockpit Design, Stature and Aerodrome Design Parameters (short paper)
Eugene Aik Min Khoo, Kee Yong Lim,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Extending the Perceptual User Interface to Recognise Movement
Richard Green,
University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Face and Body Gesture Analysis for Multimodal HCI (short paper)
Hatice Gunes, Massimo Piccardi, Tony Jan,
University of Technology Sydney, Australia

A Simple and Novel Method for Skin Detection and Face Locating and Tracking
Saleh A Al-Shehri,
Al-Wadyeen, Saudi Arabia

12.00-12.15 Conference Closing
12.15-1.15 Refreshments
1.30-4.30 Tutorial:

Mobile Device User Interface Design: for Work, Home, and On the Way.
Aaron Marcus,
Aaron Marcus and Associates

Tutorial:

Developing Computer Vision Applications.
Richard Green,
University of Canterbury, NZ

1.30-2.30 SIGCHI NZ Annual General Meeting
2:30- Sightseeing Tours