After a hiatus of a six years, the innovative HAID workshop is back in March 2019. We are delighted to welcome you in Lille, north of France, a dynamic city one hour away from three European capitals: Paris, Brussels and London.
The aim of HAID 2019 is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in exploring how the haptic and audio modalities can be used together in human computer interaction.
We look forward to seeing you in Lille in March 2019!
While the workshop is still a meeting place for both the audio and haptics community in general, this year, we would like to emphasize on force feedback and music. There are many great examples of music systems and instruments using tactile feedback, but force feedback is still underused. We would like to engage discussions and exchange ideas on this particular topic in the workshop.
We invite the submission of papers, posters, demonstrations and exhibits/design cases on haptics, audio and interaction design, with special interest on multimodal audio-haptic systems and force-feedback-audio/music applications.
We invite submissions reporting on completed research or late breaking work at the intersection on haptics, audio, and interaction design. We also welcome papers focusing on one of these fields with applications to the others, as well as position papers aiming at raising interesting discussions among these communities.
Papers should be between 4 and 8 pages long including references. All accepted papers will be published in an institutional open access database. Extended revisions of selected papers will be invited for a special issue of the Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces.
At the conference, papers will be presented either as oral presentations or posters. Authors should indicate the mode of presentation that best fits their contribution. Final presentation mode will be based on author request and program constraints.
Authors also have the possibility to present a demo of the work described in their submission and should indicate whether they would like to do so at the time of their submission.
Demonstrations are either standalone or associated with a paper. Standalone demonstrations should be submitted with a 1 page abstract using the paper template.