Robert Jacob, Audrey Girouard, Leanne Hirshfield, Michael Horn, Orit Shaer, Erin Solovey, Jamie Zigelbaum
Is there an emerging next generation of human-computer interaction? Or, rather, are there simply "a thousand points of light" of disparate and unrelated, innovative new developments? A wide-ranging group of top HCI researchers gathered to consider this at CHI 2006 in Montreal for what turned out to be the largest and possibly the most interesting preconference workshop. Titled "What Is the Next Generation of Human-Computer Interaction?," the workshop brought together researchers in a range of emerging new areas of HCI to look for common ground and a common understanding of a "next generation" human-computer interaction style. If we consider…
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