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  • i-com 2/2022 released – Special Issue on Mobile and Wearable Interaction 

    https://www.degruyter.com/journal/key/icom/21/2/html This special issue invited contributions in the broad and important field of mobile and wearable interaction. Mobile and wearable technologies are now universal. They enable ubiquitous communication, sensing, and interaction. The design of mobile and wearable technologies has a tremendous impact both on our everyday lives and on professional practice. Research in the field …

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  • i-com 1/2022 – Special Issue on Culture and Computer Science – Physical and Virtual Spaces

    Until today, a common understanding of technology is still shaped by the industrialisation as a progress that facilitates our everyday life, making it more predictable, interesting and diverse too. This development since the 19th century was accompanied and also partly reinforced by a multitude of cultural imaginaries. Who does not know the novels by Jules …

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  • i-com 1/2022 released

    https://www.degruyter.com/journal/key/icom/21/1/html Starting from the year 2000, i-com – Journal of Interactive Media has provided a platform for the human-computer interaction (HCI) research community to share ideas, observations and progress on theories, experi-ments and applications in various HCI topics. Special thanks go to the first (and up-to-now only) Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of i-com, Jürgen Ziegler who has …

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