23-26 August

Queen Mary, London, UK

Augmented and Participatory Sound and Music Experiences

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Paper Special Sessions

Special Session on “Augmented and Participatory Performance”

This special session welcomes regular papers describing novel systems exploiting digital information and communication technologies to enable the creative participation of audiences in live performing arts (e.g. music, dance, theatre) and/or to augment performance practice and reception in contrast to traditional forms. We encourage authors to discuss design process and interaction models, software/hardware architecture as well as artistic intent, whenever relevant. We also suggest to discuss the impact such systems have on audience/performer engagement and experience in light of results from evaluations or observations. The focus will be put on studies involving fields such as music informatics, human computer interaction, mobile and physical computing, internet of things, virtual reality, affective computing, semantic web, and sound design. In addition to original research papers, the session welcomes review, position and ethnography papers on this theme.

For submission information, please check the Important Dates and Authors’ instructions & submission sections of the website.

Organiser: Mathieu Barthet (Queen Mary University of London)

For more information or questions on this special session, please contact him at: m.barthet@qmul.ac.uk

Proposals of Paper Special Sessions

If you would like to organise a paper special session, please address your proposal by email to the Paper and Program Chairs (am2017-chairs@qmul.ac.uk) by the date specified in the Important Dates section of the website. Paper special session proposals must include the special session title, abstract (max 200 words), organiser name, and when known, a list of authors you plan to invite to contribute. Accepted paper special sessions will be publicised on the Audio Mostly 2017 website and contributors will be able to select them on the conference submission portal.