14. bis 19. Februar 2021 ONLINE
Die Kunstuniversität Linz ist an der Organisation beteiligt und mit Präsentationen von Forschungsartikeln im Programm vertreten
ACM TEI2021 is the 15th annual conference dedicated to presenting the latest results in tangible, embedded, and embodied interaction. The conference is virtually organized at the University of Salzburg and will be held fully online in 2021.
The ACM International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI) addresses issues of human-computer interaction, novel
tools and technologies, interactive art, and user experience. The work presented at TEI has a strong focus on how computing can bridge atoms
and bits into cohesive interactive systems. The intimate size of this annual single-track conference provides a unique forum for exchanging
ideas and presenting innovative work through talks and discussions, interactive exhibits such as demos and posters, hands-on studios, art installations and performances.
The theme for TEI2021 is The Art of Interaction, inviting all participants and in particular artists to speculate on a vision of how
art impacts, inspires and shapes our research practice. We consider art and the artistic method an important aspect for tangible interaction design, ranging from physical to digital works across all genres, such as interactive installations, performance art, and tangible sculptures.
Am Programm beteiligt sind u.a.:
Martin Kaltenbrunner, University of Art and Design Linz
Martin Murer, University of Salzburg
Manuela Naveau, University of Art and Design Linz
Karolina Radenković, Kunstraum Fünfzigzwanzig, Salzburg
Bernhard Maurer, University of Applied Sciences Salzburg
Barbara Lüneburg, Anton Bruckner University, Linz
Enrique Tomás, University of Art and Design Linz
Reinhard Gupfinger, University of Art and Design Linz
Marius Schebella, University of Applied Sciences Salzburg
STUDENT DESIGN CHALLENGE CHAIRS
Irene Posch, University of Art and Design Linz,
Hanna Perner-Wilson, University of Performing Arts Ernst Busch, Berlin
Simone Kriglstein, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology & University of Vienna
Jens Vetter, University of Art and Design Linz