On March 20-23, the 11th TEI Conference on tangible, embedded and embodied interactions will be held in Yokohama, Japan. This year, the conference collaborates with Keio University Graduate School of Media Design, aiming to set an outlook about the future directions of the TEI community in Asia. The TEI community consists of innovators from human-computer interaction, technologies, interactive art, user experience and many other fields. Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design is proud to announce that four student teams have been selected to join the community and present their works at TEI 2017.
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