ICIDS 2013

Altıncı Uluslararası İnteraktif Dijital Anlatı Konferansı (6th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling – ICIDS 2013) 6 – 9 Kasım 2013 tarihlerinde İstanbul’da Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi, İletişim Fakültesi, İletişim Tasarımı Bölümü ev sahipliğinde gerçekleşecek.

ICIDS dijital oyunlar, mobil uygulamalar, interaktif film ve dramalar ile anlatı içerikli dijital enstalasyonları kapsayan dijital interaktif anlatılar alanında hem kuramsal çalışmalara hem de güncel örneklere yer veren dünya çapındaki en önemli uluslararası akademik konferanslardan biridir. Konferans seçkin araştırmacı, yapımcı ve kuramcıları bir araya getirmekte; güncel uygulama örneklerinin, nitel ve niceliksel araştırmaların, ileri dijital anlatı tekniklerinin ve öncü kuramsal çalışmaların sunumu ve tartışılması için nitelikli bir platform oluşturmaktadır.

About

ICIDS is the premier international conference on interactive digital storytelling.

From 2001 to 2007, two European conference series addressed the open challenges of Interactive Storytelling, serving as annual meeting points for scientists, researchers and developers from diverse disciplines.

In 2008, these conferences merged into ICIDS: the International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling.

After the successful edition in Canada last year, it comes back to Europe reinforcing its worldwide nature.

ICIDS 2013 will take place in Bahçeşehir University (BAU), İstanbul-Turkey and be hosted by the BAU Faculty of Communication, Department of Communication Design.

Conference Schedule

(Please note that some details might change)

November 6th

Bahcesehir University Besiktas Campus

9.00 Registration

9.30 Welcome address

10.00 Keynote: Toni Dove

11.15 Coffee break

11.30 Session 1: Models, Theories and Vocabulary 1

Modeling Foreshadowing in Narrative Comprehension for Sentimental Readers
Byung-Chull Bae, Yun-Gyung Cheong and Daniel Vella

Theoretical Considerations towards Authoring Emergent Narrative
Neil Suttie, Sandy Louchart, Theo Lim and Ruth Aylett

The Elements of a Narrative Environment – Exploring User Reactions in Relation to Game Elements
Arne Grinder-Hansen and Henrik Schoenau-Fog

Suitability of Modelling Context for use within Emergent Narrative

John Truesdale, Sandy Louchart, Helen Hastie and Ruth Aylett

13.10 Lunch break

14.30 Session 2: Models, Theories and Vocabulary 2

On Games and Links: Extending the Vocabulary of Agency and Immersion in Interactive Narratives
Stacey Mason

Production and Delivery of Interactive Narratives Based on Video Snippets
Wolfgang Müller, Ulrike Spierling and Claudia Stockhausen

Metrics for Character Believability in Interactive Narrative
Paulo Gomes, Ana Paiva, Carlos Martinho and Arnav Jhala

Breaching Interactive Storytelling’s Implicit Agreement: A Content Analysis of Façade User Behaviors
Christian Roth and Ivar Vermeulen

Mapping the Evolving Space of Interactive Digital Narrative. From Artifacts to Categorizations
Hartmut Koenitz, Mads Haahr, Gabriele Ferri, Digdem Sezen and Tonguc Ibrahim Sezen

16.30 Coffee break

16.45 Workshop: Towards Mapping the Evolving Space of Interactive Digital Narrative

18.30 Opening reception at Bahcesehir University

November 7th

Bahcesehir University Besiktas Campus

9.00 Registration

10.00 Keynote: Adam Russell

11.15 Coffee break

11.30 Session 3: Between Play and Narration

Video Game Mise-en-scene. Remediation of cinematic codes in video games
Ivan Girina

The Audio-Visual Construction of Narrative Space in Video Games
Altuğ Işığan

Acting, Playing or Talking about the Story: An Annotation Scheme for Communication during Interactive Digital Storytelling
Mariët Theune, Jeroen Linssen and Thijs Alofs

13.00 Lunch break

14.00 Session 4: Game Narrative

Satire, Propaganda, Play, Storytelling. Notes on Critical Interactive Digital Narratives
Gabriele Ferri

Silent Hill 2 and the Curious Case of Invisible Agency
Sercan Şengün

14.40 Panel: Professional perspectives on Interactive Digital Storytelling – Sponsored by JoyGame

15.40 Transfer to Bahcesehir University Galata Campus

17.00 Exhibition opening and demo session

18.30 Social event

20.30 Conference dinner

November 8th

Bahcesehir University Besiktas Campus

9.00 Registration

10.00 Keynote: Ernest W. Adams

11.15 Coffee break

11.30 Session 5: Art and Narrative Applications

Telling Stories on the Go: Lessons From a Mobile Thematic Storytelling System
Alex Mitchell and Teong Leong Chuah

Storytelling and the Use of Social Media in Digital Art Installations
Clinton Jorge, Julian Hanna, Valentina Nisi, Nuno Nunes, Miguel Caldeira, Giovanni Innella and Amanda Marinho

A Continuously Developing Interactive Digital Narrative
Hartmut Koenitz, Tonguc Ibrahim Sezen and Digdem Sezen

Generating Stories with Morals
Margaret Sarlej and Malcolm Ryan

13.10 Lunch break

14.30 Session 6: Applications and Analyses 1

Towards Automatic Story Clustering for Interactive Narrative Authoring
Michal Bída, Martin Černý and Cyril Brom

Author-Audience Distance: The Parameters of Interactive Narratives
Luis Emilio Bruni and Sarune Baceviciute

Player Perspectives to Unexplained Agency-Related Incoherence
Miika Pirtola, Yun-Gyung Cheong and Mark J. Nelson

Performative Authoring: Nurturing Storytelling in Children through Imaginative Enactment
Sharon Lynn Chu, Francis Quek and Joshua Tanenbaum

16.30 Coffee break

16.45 Session 7: Applications and Analyses 2

Generating Different Story Tellings from Semantic Representations of Narrative
Elena Rishes, Stephanie Lukin, David Elson and Marilyn Walker

Adaptive Storytelling Through User Understanding
Michael Garber-Barron and Mei Si

17.35 Coffee break

17.50 Panel: Current and Future Trends in Interactive Digital Storytelling

18.40 Best Paper Award and Closing Remarks – Sponsored by Microsoft Turkey

November 9th

Bahcesehir University Galata Campus

Workshop Day and Exhibition Space Gallery Hours

9.00 Registration

10.00 Workshops

13.10 Break

14.30 Workshops

18.00 Closing

Program Committee

Adam Russell, WallFour, UK

Alessandro Zinna, Université de Toulouse, France

Alex Mitchell, National University of Singapore

Andrew Gordon, ICT/USC, USA

Bradford Mott, North Carolina State University, USA

Brunhild Bushoff, Sagasnet Munich, Germany

Chris Crawford, Storytron, USA

Christian Roth, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Dario Compagno, Univ. Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, France

David L. Roberts, North Carolina State University, USA

Emily Short, Interactive Fiction Writer, USA

Emmett Tomai, University of Texas, Pan American, USA

Fatos Adiloglu, Bahcesehir University, Turkey

Feride Cicekoglu, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey

Frank Nack, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Fred Charles, University of Teesside, UK

Giovanni Boccia Artieri, Università di Urbino

Henrik Schønau Fog, Aalborg University, DK

Ian Horswill, Northwestern University, USA

Ian Oakley, UNIST, Korea

Ido Iurgel, CCG, Campus de Azurém, Portugal

Inderjeet Mani, Children’s Org. of Southeast Asia, Thailand

Janet Murray, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Jichen Zhu, Drexel University, USA

Josh McCoy, University of California at Santa Cruz

Joshua Tanenbaum, Simon Fraser University

Kaoru Sumi, Future University Hakodate, Japan

Kevin McGee, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Klaus P. Jantke, Fraunhofer IDMT, Germany

Magy Seif El-Nasr, Northeastern University, USA

Marc Cavazza, Teesside University, UK

Marian Florin Ursu, Goldsmiths College, UK

Marie-Laure Ryan University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

Mariët Theune, University Twente, NL

Mark Nelson, Center for Computer Games Research, ITU, DK

Michael Franzis, Goldsmiths College, UK

Mirjam Eladhari, University of Malta

Nelson Zagalo, Universidade do Minho, Portugal

Nicolas Szilas, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Noam Knoller, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Pablo Gervás, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Paolo Petta, Austrian Research Institute for A.I., Austria

Patrick Coppock, Università di Reggio Emilia

Peppino Ortoleva, Università di Torino, Italy

Petri Lankoski, Södertörn University, Sweden

Remi Ronfard, INRIA, France

Ruth Aylett, Heriot-Watt University, UK

Sandy Louchart, Heriot-Watt University, UK

Santiago Ontañón, Drexel University, USA

Stephan Günzel, Technische Kunsthochschule Berlin

Ugo Volli, Università di Torino, Italy

Ulrike Spierling, Hochschule RheinMain, Germany

Valentina Nisi, University of Madeira, Portugal

Wolfgang Broll, TU Ilmenau, Germany

Yun-Gyung Cheong, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

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