CHCI research presented at IDC 2016 in Manchester, UK

CHCI research presented at IDC 2016 in Manchester, UK

June 25, 2016

CHCI research presented at IDC 2016 in Manchester, UK

CHCI research by PhD student Panagiotis Apostolellis and Professor Doug Bowman was presented at the 15th international ACM SIGCHI conference on Interaction Design and Children in Manchester, UK (21-24 June 2016). Panagiotis' research investigates effective ways of involving young audiences with digital games and virtual environments during group visits in informal learning contexts, such as museums and science centers. This work, which is part of his doctoral dissertation, was featured during the conference dinner inside the Imperial War Museum of Manchester. More information about Panagiotis research can be found on his personal website.