- emoji_events Can we really use ERP for media arts? Assessing the feasibility of P300 detection for interactive performances Hayato Mitsui, Hiroko Terasawa, Takayuki Hamano, Norihisa Miki and Kiyoshi Furukawa, from University of Tsukuba, Japan, coton Inc., Keio University, Japan, Tokyo National University of the Arts, Japan
- emoji_eventsThe study of the integrated media system of JIKJI KOREA International Festival Opening Audio-Visual Performance ‘From One Space to Another in JIKJI’, Jeho Yun and Hyun-Suk Kim, from Hongik University, South Korea
- military_techEvaluation of Art Style Using AI and Psychological Experiments, Ryohei Nakatsu, Kyoto University
- military_techStudy On Improvement of Effective Emergency Signage, Supasumond Sopachitwatana, Iwate University
- military_techThe study of the integrated media system of JIKJI KOREA International Festival Opening Audio-Visual Performance ‘From One Space to Another in JIKJI’, Jeho Yun, Hongik University, South Korea
- military_techRevolution. Or the infinite loop, Francisca Rodrigues MPTEC (FBAUL),Portugal
- military_techTrial of online music education system using Music Tracker for not musically-trained people,Seiichiro Matsumura, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
- military_techA History of Asian Design: Japan and Taiwan around Asia Digital Art and Design Association and Asia Digital Art Award, Hiroyuki Kajihara,Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan
- military_techJapan Light and Shadow Effects from Oblique Honeycomb Cores Manufactured Using Origami Techniques, Kazuya Saito, Kyushu University
- military_techAnimateutik, a Hand-drawn Batik Technique in Animation, Chandra Tresnadi, Institute Technology of Bandung, Indonesia
- military_techSome Time in Ofunato, a Desktop Film, Gary McLeod, University of Tsukuba, Japan
- military_techOperation Design in Radio Listening Devices, Wataru Nakajima, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
- military_techDesigning Design Education Programs for the SDGs in the Age of COVID-19, Shinichiro Ito, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
- military_techExtremely-Simple Piano Training System Based on Keystroke Timing Analysis, Junya Yamaguchi, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
- military_techCinematography: A Documentary of Equality and Empowering Women in Occupation, Deena Nasir, Management & Science University, Malaysia
- military_techDesign Cultural Competency in Malaysia Product Manufacturing and Services, Noorhayati Saad, Taylor's University, Malaysia
- military_techTangible Auditory User Interface Created by Using Realistic Sound Source for Game Effects : Onomatangiplay, Atsushi Fukuda, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
- military_techGestoucher3D: A Gesture Input Device for 3DCG Creation, Taiyo Yamaguchi, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
All times shown are JST (Japan Standard Time).
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Invited Speaker Special Session: COVID-19 and Design Education in Asia
Daijiro Mizuno PhD(RCA), www.daijiro.com
(Re)generating Japan: Speculating the New “New Normal” after Covid-19 –a case study on online design education in the context of speculative and critical design
Project Professor, Kyoto Institute of Technology KYOTO Design Lab Distinguished Visiting Professor, Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance After studying both MA and PhD at Royal College of Art (Fashion Design), Daijiro currently works at Kyoto Institute of Technology / Keio University on Transdisciplinary Design. While co-publishing papers at conferences including IASDR(van Dijk, Mizuno, Raijmakers, 2013), RtD conference(Kawasaki and Mizuno, 2017), and PIVOT conference (Iwabuchi and Mizuno, 2020), he worked with Google ATAP(Ars Electronica STARTS prize, 2017) and Yuima Nakazato(Paris Haute-Couture Collection, 2017) to explore the experimental practices in fashion design. His latest work, TRANSITION (co-directed by Kana Ohashi) was shortlisted for Internatioal Documentary Film Fesitlval in Amsterdam(IDFA) 2019.
Helga Liliani Cakra Dewi, M. Comm.
Adaptation and Innovation of Teaching During the Pandemic, a Case Study from Universitas Multimedia Nusantara
Helga Liliani Cakra Dewi, M. Comm., is currently a lecturer and Department Chair of the Digital Learning Program of Communication Science in Universitas Multimedia Nusantara. She has achieved her master's degree in Communication from Silla University, Busan, majoring in Advertising and PR. Since 2018, she has responsibilities as an E-learning Coordinator for the Faculty of Communication and has given her contribution to increasing online learning participation among the lecturers. She loves to share knowledge and experience in learning and teaching online.
AP Dr Muhammad Irsyad bin Abdullah
MSU Malaysia iDea Regeneration Expo (iReX) during Covid-19 - Working through limitations
Dr Muhammad Irsyad Abdullah received his Bachelor of Engineering (Computer System) from RMIT University Australia in 2002. Later in 2008, he has successfully developed Driving Simulator Study on Adaptive Cruise Control resulting him obtaining the Master of Science in Real Time Software Engineering from the Center for Advanced Software Engineering (CASE), University Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. He was successively engaged as a Head of Department at the Department of Engineering & Technology, Faculty of Information Sciences & Engineering and his research is focusing on robotic and tracebility software engineering. In 2015, he received his PhD in Computer Science and was appointed as a Associate Professor focusing in the area of Software Engineering and Robotic. From 2015, he has been a Senior Researcher at MSU involved in various funded research projects. In November 2015, he was appointed as Deputy Dean of Academic and Research before later being appointed as Dean of Faculty of Information Sciences & Engineering in May 2018. Associate Professor Dr Muhammad Irsyad is part of the Robotic & Intelligent System, Software Engineering Group and Head of Sustainable Engineering Innovative Solution Research Group. Currently teaching Robotic Programming and Microcontroller subjects.
Invited Session: Introduction for online meditation
Based on two presentations in Work in Progress [56,57], this is an online meditation session held at 9:30 on the third day of this international conference as an Invited Session on short notice. The Invited Session was cordinated by Tokushu Inamura and Shinichiro Ito.
-  Shinichiro Ito, Yanfang Zhang and Tokushu Inamura. Designing Design Education Programs for the SDGs in the Age of COVID-19
-  Yanfang Zhang, Ito Shinichiro and Tokushu Inamura. Developing a Process to Conduct Online Participatory Design Workshops for Diverse Participants
notification_important Each presenter's talk is allotted 20 minutes. he/she should use 15 minutes for his/her presentation. he/she should utilize 4 minutes for Q&A. One minute is spare time.Download as PDF file
notification_important Each presenter's talk is allotted 10 minutes. he/she should use 5 minutes for his/her presentation. he/she should utilize 4 minutes for Q&A. One minute is spare time.Download as PDF file
a Challenge on the Work-in-Progress session
In a Work in Progress session, the presenter can choose the presentation language. The impact of Covid-19 is transforming various social situations. In ADADA2020, we introduced this challenge as an initiative that is possible only because it is online. If you plan to present at the Work-in-Progress, please be sure to prepare the following
- 1. please respond to your presentation language at https://forms.gle/wJ5MZAMxCqsHVwhEA.
- go to challengeable by Tetsuaki Baba and practice to make sure that your speech is recognized correctly. The language translation must be able to process the speech recognition correctly. In other words, you have to speak well enough for speech recognition to do justice to your speech. Practice again and again.
The speech recognition and automatic translation uses the API provided by Google. On the day of the presentation, the results will be subtitled in English on ZOOM. You can view the translated results in your favorite language on our service website.
Walk around ADAA Virtual Gallery on Cluster
In collaboration with ADAA, we prepared a still image exhibit in a virtual space. The event space will be open to the public during the conference, so please prepare an account in Cluster. creating an account in Cluster is free of charge.
Get your own Virtual Background
We provide a virtual background like above for Zoom participants. Go to the following link, generate your own favorite background and join the conference.
Call for Contributions
We cordially invite you to submit a paper to the upcoming 2020 the 18th International Conference of Asia Digital Art and Design (2020ADADA) on December 14th - 16th, 2020. 2020 ADADA has changed to an online conference using Zoom.
The International Conference of ADADA is one of the major conferences about art and design associated with digital technologies. It aims to bring together researchers, designers, artists, and students to present their novel works, exchange innovative ideas, and discuss the future of digital art and design in Asia.
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work and art papers and work in progress on all topics in the general areas of art and design associated with digital technologies. We look forward to submitting a practical paper on rethinking art and design education due to the covid-19. In particular, this year, we are preparing a different session from previous years called Work in Progress. The Work-in-Progress session invites presentations of the research you have just started or are in the process of conducting. Papers submitted to Work in Progress are only briefly screened and are not peer-reviewed. Presenters may participate in this session with only a 200-word summary in English.
All the presentation slides should be prepared in English. Oral presentations in General Category should be given in English, but oral presentations in Work in Progress Category could be given in their native language or in English. In either case, the automatic translation will be available for participants to view.
Simultaneous submission to other publication venues is not permitted. The categories for submission are the following:
- General Category
- Original Article(Technical Papers): 3 or 4 pages
- Art Papers: 3 or 4 pages
- Short paper
- Original Article(Technical Papers):1 or 2 pages
- Art Papers: 1 or 2 pages
- Work in Progress Category
- Abstract: 200 words
Paper length must match the size of the contribution listed in the Categories for Submission above. Papers will be subjected to t wo-blind peer review by experts. The committee will select papers of exceptional quality for awards. Furthermore, the authors of the selected papers from the conference will be invited to prepare an extended version of their paper to be considered for publishing in ADADA International Journals (ADADAJournal).
2020ADADA invites papers describing original contributions in all fields of art and design associated with digital technologies and related research areas. All submissions should be in English. For every accepted submission, it is required that at least one author will attend the conference to present the work. Research topics of interest for 2020ADADA include, but are not limited to:
- Interactive Art, Digital Art, Media Art
- Interaction Design, Interactive Technologies
- Computer Animation, Computer Graphics, Visual Effects
- Web Design, Web Application Design, Web Service Design
- Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality
- Digital Game and Gamification
- Social Networks, SNS
- IoT, Sensor Networks, Big Data
- Innovative devices, Robotics for Art, Gadgets
- Education, Digital Archives
- Digital Content Design
- Design Theory and Design Methodology
- Digital Music, Musical Interface, Sonification
- Design Cases
All submissions must be conducted with our online submission system. We would not accept submissions via e-mail or postal mail. Please submit a PDF proceeding written in only English.
Submission and review of papers for ADADA 2020 will be managed through an online conference paper management system called "EasyChair ". You will need an EasyChair account to be able to submit your paper.
The program committee will review all submissions carefully and select papers of exceptional quality for an award from all categories. Furthermore, the authors of the selected technical papers and art papers from the conference will be invited to prepare an extended version of their paper to be considered for publishing in ADADA International Journals (ADADA Journal).
Technical Papers are a conventional academic papers. The authors are requested to give their oral presentations at the conference. Any topics about digital art/design fields ranging from technical research to cultural matters can be accepted. Artistic projects are encouraged to submit as Art Papers. In any case, your presentation should mention both aesthetic aspects and technical aspects of your project. Also, a process of the project should be explained logically, and your contribution to digital art/design field must be clarified. Regardless of your topic, you must describe your project in a scholarly manner.
Paper Format (Long Paper: 3 or 4 pages, Short paper: 1 or 2 pages)
Submission Deadline: September 10th, 2020
Art Papers are more artistically-oriented papers than Technical Papers. You can present any type of artwork, as long as digital technologies are used in it. If you produced a cutting-edge digital art such as a computer animation and an interactive art, Art Papers would be a great showcase at an oral presentation. You can share your ideas between hundreds of artists and researchers, and it may evoke a synergistic effect in the Asian digital art community. You should describe an artistic motivation, a background of your artwork, and how digital technologies are involved in your work, and so on.
Paper Format (Long Paper: 3 or 4 pages, Short paper: 1 or 2 pages)
Submission Deadline: September 10th, 2020
This is the session for on-going researches or seeds researches. Presentations of faculty students or post-graduate students will be also suitable. Even presenters need to apply with up to 200 words abstractions for the application and each of presentation’s duration will be about 10 minutes using slides in English, they can speak in their native language for actual presentations. The simultaneous interpretation system will be working and multi-languages subtitles will be shown for participants. This is one of our trials of this virtual online conference.
Papers submitted to Work in Progress are only briefly screened and are not peer reviewed. Presenters may participate in this session with only a 200-word summary in English.
Submission (Registration) Deadline: November 13th, 2020
|Paper Submission Deadline:|
|Acceptance Notification:||October 20th, 2020 GMT|
|Final Version Submission Deadline:||November 13th, 2020 GMT|
|Work in Progress Category|
|Submission (Registration) Deadline:||November 13th, 2020 GMT|
|Early Bird Registration Deadline:||November 13th, 2020 GMT|
|Conference Date:||December 14th-16th, 2020 GMT|
|Registration type||Early Bird (befor Nov. 13, 2020 GMT)||Late (After Nov. 14, 2020 GMT)|
|ADADA/ADADA Alliance/CUMULUS member||50 USD||100 USD|
|Student||10 USD||20 USD|
|Other||100 USD||150 USD|
- Kyle Hyunsuk Kim, Hongik University, South Korea
- Kunio Kondo, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
- Friska Natalia, Multimedia Nusantara University, Indonesia
- Muhammad Irsyad Bin Abdullah, Management & Science University, Malaysia
- Ming Turner, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
CONFERENCE GENERAL CHAIRS
- Joongsik Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea
- Tetsuaki Baba, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
- Jaeyoung Yun, Hongik University, South Korea
- Kevin Loo Teow Aik, Management & Science University, Malaysia
- Mohammad Rizaldi, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Indonesia
PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRS
- Joonseo Lee, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
- Taketoshi Ushiama, Kyushu University, Japan
- Seiichiro Matsumura, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
PROGRAM COMMITTEE (TBA)
- Chenwei Chiang, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
- Wei-Chi Chien, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
- Banung Grahita, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
- Hisakazu Hada, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
- Asif Iqbal Hajamydeen, Management & Science University, Malaysia
- Zurida Ishak, Management & Science University, Malaysia
- Akinori Ito, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
- Kazuhiro Jo, Kyushu University, Japan
- Hiroyuki Kajihara, Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan
- Toshihiro Komma, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
- Hiroshi Kono, Kurume Institute of Technology, Japan
- Tatsuro Kudo, Kurume Institute of Technology, Japan
- Hyun-kyung Lee, Yonsei University, South Korea
- Jihyun Lee, Seoul Women’s University, South Korea
- Hiroyuki Matsuguma, Kyushu University, Japan
- Kosuke Matsunaga, Sapporo City University, Japan
- Safinaz Mustapha, Management & Science University, Malaysia
- Ryoichi Nakatsu, Kyoto University, Japan
- Dongwoo Oh, Myongji University, South Korea
- Takashi Ohta, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
- Rusyaizila Ramli, Management & Science University, Malaysia
- Sukanya Ratanotayanon, Thammasat university, Thailand
- Dianing Ratri, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
- Pavadee Sompagdee, Thammasat University, Thailand
- Peeraya Sripian, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
- Joe Takayama, Musashino Art University, Japan
- Agatha Maisie Tjandra, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Indonesia
- Naoya Tsuruta, Toyo University, Japan
- Arya Wicaksana, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Indonesia
- Hong Yan, HaiNan University, China
- Bharoto Yekti, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Indonesia