While we enjoy all the benefits the country affords, Australia also has a proud tradition of innovation and rapid uptake of technology, which has created significant opportunities in HCI. Australia's distances offer great opportunities within the communications industry and within companies wishing to contact or sell their products to those in far-flung rural and regional areas. But distance also presents special challenges for HCI practitioners who must work within the capabilities of a thinly spread infrastructure and bandwidth restrictions. HCI practitioners can be found working either as employees or on contract in many diverse industriesincluding the largest, our major…
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