This session aims to discuss methods and findings for computational culture, arts, and the interaction for such domains. The main focus of the target contents are as follows but not limited to:
Any methods and findings with computational technologies and manners are welcomed to this session. We call for papers to discuss the future of culture, arts, and interaction for such domains with computational approaches.
Ryosuke Yamanishi, Assoc. Prof. at Kansai University, Japan
Mitsunori Matsushita, Prof. Kansai University, Japan
Satoshi Nakamura, Prof. Meiji University, Japan
Yoko Nishihara, Prof. Ritsumeikan University, Japan
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