10.45-11.00 Welcome and overview of the day
11.00-12.30 Chia Shen, keynote talk and discussion
13.30-15.00 3-5 mins presentation session (1 slide per participant)
15.30-17.00 Design case studies
17.30-19.00 Sergi Jorda, keynote talk and discussion
19.30 Coach to the Jaipur restaurant in central Milton Keynes
22.30 Coach from Jaipur restaurant to hotels
09.30-11.00 Kenton O'Hara, keynote talk and discussion
11.30-13.00 Themed discussion of position papers
14.00-15.00 Wrap-up and future directions
The position papers have been sorted into three themes, which will be discussed on day 2.
Theme 1: Evaluation and analysis- determining the benefits of shareable interfaces?
Will Seager and Hendrik Knoche, UCL - "It's going to be havoc": shared control of a TV display.
Lucia Terrenghi, LMU University of Munich - Integrating physical qualities in the design of hybrid interactions: what are the implications for shareable interfaces?
Steve Hinske and Matthias Lampe, ETH Zurich - Augmented toy environments: shareable tangible user interfaces for edutainment
Lesley Xie and Alissa Antle, Simon Fraser University - Exploring children's engagement, enjoyment and collaboration on tangible user interfaces
Guillaume Besacier¹, G. Rey¹, A. Apostolopolou², P. Montferrat², S. Buisine² and F.Vernier¹; 1 LIMSI-CNRS, 2 LCPI-ENSAM - Space- and data-sharing in co-located creativity: tabletop computer and pencil-and-paper cases
Diana Africano¹ and Ben Matthews²; 1 Ergonomidesign and Umeå University, 2 University of Southern Denmark - Understanding participation in the use of tangible tools
Philip Tuddenham and Peter Robinson, University of Cambridge - T3: rapid prototyping of high-resolution tabletop applications
Orit Shaer¹, Jamie Zigelbaum², Michael S. Horn¹ and Robert J. K. Jacob¹ 1 Tufts University, 2 MIT Media Lab - The tangible video editor: designing for collaboration
Theme 2: Context - shareable interfaces in a broader setting
Ylva Fernaeus, Stockholm University/KTH - Tangibles for social interaction
Hillevi Sundholm, Stockholm University/The Royal Institute of Technology - Collaborating in an interactive space: moving between public and private, and focal land peripheral activities
Cecily Morrison and Alan Blackwell, University of Cambridge - Interaction manifolds: understanding behaviour around a shareable interface
John V H Bonner¹, Andrew Wilson² and Lisa Roberts², 1 Huddersfield University, 2 Blink Media - Public Space as a design factor in shareable technologies
Parag Deshpande, University of Limerick - Designing for integration: interaction design intervention in an external public space
Paul Marshall, Eva Hornecker and Yvonne Rogers, Open University - A model for understanding Shareability: entry points and access points
Simon Buckingham Shum and Al Selvin, Open University - Participatory hypermedia construction via shareable interfaces
Mike Fraser, Kirsten Cater and Paul Duff, University of Bristol - Sharing located experiences through physically mobile devices
Theme 3: Activity - what kinds of collaborative actions can be supported by shareable interfaces?
Jonathan Hook and Patrick Olivier, Newcastle University - Control blocks: tangible tools for tabletop groupware
Stephanie Wilson and Sara Jones, City University - Shareable interfaces for healthcare and creativity
Paul Piwek, David Hardcastle and Richard Power, Open University - The dialogue challenge: shareable interfaces for enhancing and extending dialogue interaction
Jakob Tholander, Södertörn University College - Designing tangibles as boundary objects
Steve Garner, Open University - Sharing three-dimensional artefacts in remote collaborative design
Nicola Yuill, University of Sussex - Potential uses of shareable interfaces to support individual cognitive development through peer discussion
Thomas Nescher, Tommaso Piazza, Wolfgang Mähr, Richard Carlsson and Morten Fjeld, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola - Tangible User Interfaces for creative problem solving, collaboration, and learning
Sara Price, Institute of Education - Shared physical interfaces: supporting collaboration for learning