Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Physicality, Physicality 2007
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Physicality 2007 was a two-day multi-disciplinary international workshop which ran in conjunction with the HCI 2007 conference at Lancaster University on the 2-3 September 2007. The workshop gave participants from diverse disciplines - from product designers, interaction designers to researchers in ubiquitous computing, tangible interface and cognitive, social and philosophical fields - an opportunity to explore and discuss the issues of physicality that affect interaction. The workshop included invited talks, short individual presentations, group design activities, demos and poster presentations.
Ramduny-Ellis, D., Dix, A., Hare, J. and Gill, S. (eds.) (2007) Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Physicality, Physicality 2007, (2-3 Sep. 2007), Lancaster University, UK, ISBN 978-1-905617-60-9, UWIC Press.
AHRC and EPSRC under the 'Designing for the 21st Century' programme
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