C4F3 Call for Proposals up

The Call for Proposals for C4F3, the cafe project I'm co-chair of for ISEA is up.

This is THE big project for me for the next year and a half. It's designed to be the first large scale public space of fully-functional objects augmented by information processing technology. I'm hoping that we can create an environment where everything--from the furniture, to the walls, to the dishes--is somehow changed through active information processing. And, unlike an R&D lab space, it's supposed to be fun, interesting and actively used by the visitors to the ISEA2006/ZeroOne electronic art festival, so there is also room for humor and entertainment. I'm really excited about the possibilities, so much so that I'm tempted to gush, but I'm going to restrain myself and suggest that you look at CFP, spread the word and submit a proposal.

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