This week the huge ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (also known as CHI) is organised in Paris. This is the largest conference in the field of human-computer interaction, and is also the conference at which the NIME conference series started. I will participate in a panel session called “Music, Technology, and Human-Computer Interaction” on Wednesday. This is a great opportunity to show musical HCI to the broader HCI community, and I am very much looking forwards to participating.
As a teaser for what we are going to talk about and discuss, next year’s NIME organisers at Goldsmith’s in London have prepared a short NIME teaser.