CHI2004 welcomes the press to visit the conference and meet and interview leading figures in HCI and our broad community. Press Badges admit working media, free of charge, to all exhibits, keynotes, conference sessions, special events, and press-only events on a space available basis.
To attend CHI2004 as a member of the press, you must pre-register by sending the information below to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: Advertising, Sales, Marketing, and other non-Editorial personnel will not be provided with a press credential.
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24 March 2004. Interaction Technologies Connect and Enhance Lives, CHI2004, 24-29 April, Vienna New York, NY/Vienna, Austria (24 March 2004) -- Interaction technologies have the potential to enhance people's lives, work and play. This year's conference on computer-human interaction offers over 200 presentations that examine connections made through applications of computing technology in various domains. MORE INFO
1 March 2004. Sony and IDEO Leaders Examine Future User Interface Connections at CHI2004, Vienna, Austria, 24-29 April New York, NY/Vienna, Austria (1 March 2004) -- "As the wave of ubiquitous computing is rapidly penetrating our everyday lives, the focus of human computer interactions is also shifting from simply improving individual "boxes" to enhancing more connected activities and communications" says Jun Rekimoto, Director of the Interaction Laboratory at Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. MORE INFO
26 Febrary 2004. People | Technology | The Future Do you want to know what it will be like to interact with computers 5, 10 or even 15 years from now? If so, come to CHI2004 in Vienna, Austria to CONNECT with the most prominent leaders, researchers and designers creating the future of technology. Join researchers and practitioners from companies like Sony, Microsoft, Nokia and SAP with students and educators from institutions like Aarhus, Cambridge and Carnegie Mellon to meet at CHI2004 to explore and shape the future of human-computer interaction. MORE INFO
25 Febrary 2004. Science > Art > Craft CONNECTing and interacting with technology has become an integral part of our world -- yet not all technologies are usable. CHI2004 presents an opportunity for you to explore and exchange ideas with many of the premier designers and researchers of interactive technologies. This year's conference offers 31 full and half-day tutorials focused on ways to improve interaction. MORE INFO
23 February 2004. Conference Tutorials Provide Ways to Connect, Interact and Shape Future at CHI2004, 24-29 April, Vienna, Austria New York, NY/Vienna, Austria (23 February 2004) -- Do you want to know what it will be like to interact with computers 5, 10 or even 15 years from now? If so, come to CHI2004 in Vienna, Austria to CONNECT with the most prominent leaders, researchers and designers creating the future of technology. MORE INFO
22 February 2004. Users + Computers + Robots + Fun Do you want to know what it will be like to interact with robots? If so, come to CHI2004 in Vienna, Austria to CONNECT with prominent leaders, researchers and designers creating the future of Human-Computer Interaction. Robotics and Transport is a special focus area for this year's conference. You can attend tutorials, workshops, panels, paper sessions and demonstrations to learn about the state of the art in robots. MORE INFO
21 February 2004. Product | Interface : Design | Research In the new economy of online commerce and ubiquitous computing, the fate of many companies will depend on a factor most have little experience with usability and interaction design. The ability to CONNECT through human-computer interaction is vital for success in this economy. Usability and interaction design are now core competencies in the new networked information economy. The ability to CONNECT in this area will determine whether companies thrive, merely survive, or disappear. MORE INFO
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