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Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment
23-25 November 2005, Sydney
Announce List

In-Cooperation with


Conference Sponsors

[Australian Film Television Radio School]

[Australian CRC for Interaction Design]

[NSW Department of State and Regional Development]

[beta_space @ Powerhouse Museum]


[La Trobe University]

[University of Technology, Sydney]

[University of Western Sydney]

[Charles Sturt University]


IE2005 Post-Conference

What's new

  • 23 Jan 2006: IE2005 Proceedings are now in ACM Digital Library
  • 20 Dec 2005: Added interview of Tracy Fullerton and Michael Young that was aired on ABC Radio.
  • 2 Dec 2005: Added Tracy Fullerton's and Michael Young's slides
  • 1 Dec 2005: Added "The game that makes people cry" to blogs
  • 30 Nov 2005: Added aticles on Sonic Tai Chi
  • 30 Nov 2005: Added Mark Pesce and pighed's slides
  • 26 Nov 2005: The location for IE2006 is announced.
  • 26 Nov 2005: New section for post-conference information. Please email me photos and videos you have taken during the conference, any links to blogs, web page write-ups or articles you see in the press. The slides from invited speakers will also be placed in this section once I receive them.


Interactive Entertainment 2006 will be held in Perth and hosted by Murdoch University. IE2006 will be co-located with CyberGames 2006. The tentative dates for IE2006 are 4-6 December 2006. Start making your plans to come to Perth!

Pictures and Videos from IE2005

Invited speaker slides

Links, Blogs and other online material about IE2005

Articles, interviews and other items from tradional print media

  • Interview on ABC Radio: 19 minutes in for the second part of Thursday Dec 15 program. Listen via real media or windows media
  • UTS News Alert 14 Nov 2005
  • UTS News Alert 22 Nov 2005
  • Daily Telegraph, 16 November 2005, Discover the colour and sounds of aura
    Art and technology have come together to capture the human aura. A new Powerhouse Museum exhibition gives people the opportunity to see and hear their body's impact on the space around them. [full article]
  • Australian IT, 22 November 2005, Pixel packing for art's sake
    SONIC Tai Chi really kicks. It kicks convention. Its earlier name, Sonic KungFu, was mischievously misleading, as no martial arts are involved. It is more a sound instillation than an activity anyone can get a black belt in. If you have seen the movie, Minority Report, you may remember the Tom Cruise character who put on special gloves to control his computer. [full article]

Questions? Contact Yusuf Pisan ie05[at]
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