HCI Outdoors : Understanding Human-Computer Interaction in Outdoor Recreation

Jones, Michael D. and Cheverst, Keith William John and Anderson, Zann and Daiber, Florian Johannes and Hakkila, Jonna (2018) HCI Outdoors : Understanding Human-Computer Interaction in Outdoor Recreation. In: CHI EA '18 Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems :. ACM, New York. ISBN 9781450356213

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HCI in outdoor recreation is a growing research area. While papers investigating systems in specific domains, such as biking, climbing, or skiing, are beginning to appear, the broader community is just beginning to form. The community still seems to lack a cohesive agenda for advancing our understanding of this application domain. The goal of this workshop is to bring together individuals interested in HCI outdoors to review past work, build a unifying research agenda, share ongoing work, encourage collaboration, and make plans for future meetings. The workshop will result in a report containing a research agenda, extensive annotated bibliography, an article about this topic and plans for unifying the community at future meetings

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