Day 1: Monday 3 November

7:30am: Bus departs from Studio M (for hotel guests only)

7:40am: Bus departs from Grand Copthorne Waterfront (for hotel guests only)

8:30am: Registration

9:15am: Opening Address

9:30am: Keynote

  • Narrative and Simulation in Interactive Dialogue (details)
    Emily Short

10:30am: Coffee break

11am: Story Generation

  • Storytelling with Adjustable Narrator Styles and Sentiments (full paper; abstract)
    Boyang Li, Mohini Thakkar, Yijie Wang, and Mark Riedl
  • Combinatorial Dialogue Authoring (full paper; abstract)
    James Owen Ryan, Casey Barackman, Nicholas Kontje, Taylor Owen-Milner, Marilyn Walker, Michael Mateas, and Noah Wardrip-Fruin
  • Diegetization: an approach for narrative scaffolding in open-world simulations for training (full paper; abstract)
    Kevin Carpenter and Domitile Lourdeaux

12:30pm: Lunch at The Scholar Chinese restaurant

2pm: Authoring 1

  • Authoring Personalized Interactive Museum Stories (full paper; abstract)
    Maria Vayanou, Akrivi Katifori, Manos Karvounis, Vassilis Kourtis, Marialena Kyriakidi, Maria Roussou, Manolis Tsangaris, Yannis Ioannidis, Olivier Balet, Thibaut Prados, Jens Keil, Timo Engelke, Laia Pujol
  • An Authoring Tool for Movies in the Style of Heider and Simmel (full paper; abstract)
    Andrew Gordon and Melissa Roemmele

3pm: Poster and demo madness

3:30pm: Coffee break

4pm: Authoring 2

  • Exploring Performative Authoring as a Story Creation Approach for Children (full paper; abstract)
    Sharon Lynn Chu, Francis Quek and Kumar Sridharamurthy
  • Interweaving Story Coherence and Player Creativity through Story-making Games (short paper; abstract)
    Mirjam Eladhari, Phil Lopes, and Georgios Yannakakis
  • Remain Anonymous, Create Characters & Backup Stories: Online Tools Used In Internet Crime Narratives (full paper; abstract)
    Andreas Zingerle

5:30pm: Posters and Demonstrations

  • Fictional Realities: Augmenting Location-Based Stories Through Interaction with Pervasive Displays (abstract)
    Xiao Yang and Martin Tomitsch
  • Comparison of narrative comprehension between players and spectators in a story-driven game (abstract)
    Miki Anthony, Byung-Chull Bae, and Yun-Gyung Cheong
  • Moral values in narrative characters: an experiment in the generation of moral emotions. (abstract)
    Cristina Battaglino, Rossana Damiano and Vincenzo Lombardo
  • Three is a Magic Number: Virtual Cameras for Dynamic Triadic Game Dialogue (abstract)
    Bingjie Xue and Stefan Rank
  • AR as Digital Ekphrasis: The Example of Borsuk and Bouse’s Between Page and Screen (abstract)
    Robert Fletcher
  • Appraisal of Emotions from Resources (abstract)
    Yathirajan Brammadesam Manavalan and Vadim Bulitko
  • A Little Goat Builds the World - an Interactive Children Story for Tablets (abstract)
    Kamil Kamysz and Marcin Wichrowski
  • CHESS: Personalized Storytelling Experiences in Museums (abstract)
    Akrivi Katifori, Maria Vayanou, Jens Keil, Timo Engelke, Manos Karvounis, Marialena Kyriakidi, Yannis Ioannidis, Maria Roussou, Olivier Balet, Thibaut Prados, Vassilis Kourtis, Manolis Tsangaris, Laia Pujol
  • Unfinished Business - A Transmedia Project (abstract)
    Ana Carolina von Hertwig
  • A Storytelling Game with Metaphor (abstract)
    Andreas Kuni, Byung-Chull Bae, and Yun-Gyung Cheong
  • K-Sketch: Digital Storytelling with Animation Sketches (abstract)
    Richard Davis, Camellia Zakaria
  • Telling stories via the gameplay reflecting a player character’s inner states (abstract)
    Achim Wache, Byung-Chull Bae, Yun-Gyung Cheong, and Daniel Vella
(continues through reception)

6pm: Conference reception

Academic conference program

Important Dates

  • November 2-5, 2014: ICIDS Art Exhibition.
  • November 3-6, 2014: ICIDS Conference.