CHI PLAY is ACM’s international conference on human-computer interaction in play and games. This year, it is being held in Austin, Texas, from the 17th to 18th of October. I’ll be covering some of the spotlights of the conference daily here at the ACM XRDS blog!
After the official welcome, the first day opened with a keynote talk by Jamie Madigan from The Psychology of Video Games. It was a great talk filled with 30 research ideas for game and HCI scholars to investigate in the near future.
#CHIPLAY16 Monday Keynote. @JamieMadigan discusses the psychology of video games. pic.twitter.com/ehCEZ4f5aX
— ACM CHI PLAY (@acmchiplay) October 17, 2016