Below, I present the program of the ICMI 2017 2nd workshop on Multisensory approaches to human-food interaction, which I’m co-organizing with Anton Nijholt (University of Twente), Marianna Obrist (University of Sussex), Katsunori Okajima (Yokohama National University), Rick Schifferstein (Delft University of Technology), and Charles Spence (University of Oxford). For more information visit: https://multisensoryhfi.wordpress.com/
Glasgow, Scotland, November 13th, 2017
10:00-10:30am: Welcome and introduction to the “2nd Workshop on Multisensory Approaches Human-Food Interaction” by Anton Nijholt and Carlos Velasco
10:30-11:00am: Keynote speech: “To what extent can perception of food and drink be modified with Augmented Reality technology?” By Katsunori Okajima
11-11:30am: Coffee break and demos
11:30-12:30pm: Paper presentations I
– Development of a mobile multi-device nutrition logger by Seiderer, A., Flutura, S., & André, E.
– Are food cinematographs more yummy than stills? by Toet, A., van Schaik, M. G., Kaneko, D., & van Erp, J. B. F.
– Let’s drink this song together: Interactive taste-sound systems by Mesz, B., Herzog, K., Amusátegui, J. C., Samaruga, L., & Tedesco, L.
12:30-1:30pm: Lunch break and demos
1:30-3:00pm: Papers and presentations II
– Assessing the impact of music on basic taste perception using time intensity analysis by Wang, Q. J., Mesz, B., & Spence, C.
– An exploration of taste–emotion mappings from the food experience design perspective by Gayler, T. & Sas, C.
– Gustatory interface: The challenges of ‘how’ to stimulate the sense of taste by Vi, C. T., Ablart, D., Arthur, D., & Obrist, M.
– The context of food: What we can learn from a mobile app? by Gatica-Perez, D.
– Final questions and conclusions
3:00-3:30pm: Coffee break
3:00pm-3:30pm: “Multisensory flavor perception in HFI” by Charles Spence
3:30-4:00pm: “Mastering the senses in HCI” by Marianna Obrist
4:00-4:30pm: Closing by Anton Nijholt and Carlos Velasco