Anyone with an interest in virtual conversational character interfaces may attend - it is not necessary to submit a workshop paper in order to attend but people who do, will get priority. To encourage workshop discussion and interaction there are a limited number of places, so early registration is recommended.
PRIMARY / SECONDARY AUDIENCE
The workshop will build around the dominant themes of submitted papers (see "Workshop Format").
At the end of the workshop, participants should have a broad understanding of the differing technologies involved in the production, development and directing of VCC interface systems and applications. They will have seen several VCC systems and will understand the problems associated with the technology. They will have contributed, through discussion, to the future development of VCC interfaces within the global context. They will also become part of a network of VCC researchers and practitioners.
Details about registration and location are available on the workshop website.
Note: Workshop participants will be required to register for the HF2002/OZCHI2002 joint Conference. http://YYY
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