Submission informationSubmissions are encouraged in, but not limited to, the main conference theme “Decolonising musical interfaces”, as well as any of the topics listed in the Call for Papers. As NIME 2022 will take place as a virtual conference, this presents a challenge to the traditional “hands-on” demonstration sessions that have been a part of previous editions. Thus, we urge people to consider unique ways to present a demonstration interactively with remote attendees. This could include web-based components that permit distributed control of a remote or virtual instrument during the session, or providing downloadable interactive versions of a NIME or other technology. The submission should include the following components:
- Title and author(s)
- Abstract (200 words)
- Program description
Submission processNIME demo submissions will be using Pubpub, a multimedia platform for publication. Authors will create submissions there, export them as PDFs, and submit them for review through the NIME 2022 Conference Management Toolkit (CMT).
Demo submission template
Review ProcessAll demo submissions will be evaluated by a review panel according to the following criteria: originality, impact, creativity, technique, presentation, and feasibility. Those submitting should also familiarize themselves with the NIME statements on diversity, environmental, and ethical issues.
- Demo submission deadline: 1 April 2022
- Notification of acceptance: 1 May 2022
Please contact the Demos Co-Chairs should you have any questions.