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Kiyoshi Kiyokawa on Tue, 18 Nov 2008 02:24:47 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime-ann> Call for Posters / Demos for 3DUI 2009


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IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces 2009
March 14-15, Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
(in conjunction with IEEE Virtual Reality 2009)
3DUI 2009 - Call for Papers

http://conferences.computer.org/3dui

##### Call For Posters and Demonstrations #####

- Posters due: November 26, 2008 (extended).
 Poster submission page:
 http://www.precisionconference.com/~vr

- Demos due: December 26, 2008 (extended).
 Email address for demo submission:
 3dui2009_demo_chairs {AT} ime.cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp

See below for more detail.

##### Posters #####

The 3DUI Symposium invites posters within the scope of three-dimensional
user interfaces. Posters provide an interactive forum in which authors
can present their work to symposium attendees at a special poster
session and during conference breaks. Posters describe or discuss
research work that is still in progress, sketch out novel ideas or
systems, or present the latest implemented applications. Since posters
are not counted as publications, they will be more lightly reviewed than
papers and tech-notes. However, they will also appear in the printed
proceedings. Please see also the Double-Submissions Policy .

Poster submissions should also be in the form of a one or two page
manuscript prepared in IEEE VGTC format
(http://www.cs.sfu.ca/~vis/Track/3DUI.html). Authors must title their
posters with "Posters: title" to differentiate it from other types of
submission categories in the proceedings. It should describe the
author(s) and affiliation, the research problem, as well as the
contribution to the field. Additional material, such as videos or demos,
may be included in the submission.

Your poster should be submitted through the submission web site in PDF
format.

Submission Page: http://www.precisionconference.com/~vr
Posters due November 26, 2008 (extended).

December 19, 2008: notification to authors
January 5, 2009: camera-ready papers due

After acceptance poster authors are expected to prepare the final
version of their poster to be included in the proceedings by January 5th,
and later on, the posters that they will present in person at the
symposium. These posters will be mounted on boards and in the poster
session, authors will present their work and discuss it with other
attendees. In addition, poster authors are expected to give a short
Powerpoint presentation of their work at the 3DUI poster mania session
in the conference.

For more information, please contact the 3DUI Posters Chairs.

3DUI 2009 Posters Chairs:
- Raimund Dachselt (University of Magdeburg, Germany)
- Pablo Figueroa (Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia)
- Raphael Grasset (HITLabNZ, New Zealand)
3dui2009_poster_chairs {AT} ime.cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp


##### Demonstrations #####

The 3DUI Symposium invites research demonstrations within the scope of
three-dimensional user interfaces. Demonstrations provide an interactive
forum in which authors can present their system to symposium attendees
at a special demo session and during conference breaks. Demonstrations
should interest the broad 3DUI community and be presentable in a
conference setting.

Accepted demonstrations will be invited to participate in an exhibition
of new and innovative work. The conference will provide basic
infrastructure for the demos. In addition, authors of accepted
demonstrations will have a time slot in the Demonstration Session to
communicate more general information about the specific demo and other
work being performed at the lab.

Accepted demonstrations will be presented during the 3DUI 2009 Symposium,
however, those authors are cordially invited to present their systems at
the VR 2009 Conference as well. In this case, the demonstration will be
listed by both events. Please note however that you will need to move
your equipment from the demonstration area of 3DUI to that of VR.

Demonstration submissions should be in the form of a one page PDF
manuscript prepared in IEEE VGTC format. It should describe the author(s)
and affiliation, the research problem, as well as the contribution to
the field. Since demonstrations are not counted as publications, they
will be more lightly reviewed than papers and tech-notes. However,
accepted manuscripts will also appear in the printed proceedings and
thus a certain quality of the poster description is required. Authors
must title their manuscripts with "Demos: title" to differentiate it
from other types of submission categories in the proceedings.

Your manuscript should be directly emailed to the 3DUI 2009 Demo Chairs:
3dui2009_demo_chairs {AT} ime.cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp

In the email, you should also discuss the following setup requirements
in plain text. Please note that we do not guarantee that the
requirements will be satisfied.
- list of items to bring
- list of items to borrow (e.g. chairs, desks)
- necessary space (width by depth)
- power consumption (watts)
- other requirements

Demonstration submission due: December 26, 2008 (extended).

December 29, 2008: notification to authors
January 5, 2009: camera-ready papers due

After the submission due, venue and publication space cannot be
guaranteed. However, researchers are encouraged to contact the chairs to
discuss their potential demonstration and the available options.

For more information or to submit a proposal contact the 3DUI 2009 Demo
Chairs.

3DUI 2009 Demo Chairs:
- Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, Osaka University, Japan
- Sabine Coquillart, INRIA, France
- Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto, Canada
- Laura Monroe, Los Alamos National Laboratories
- Ed Lantz, Vortex Immersion
- Moonho Park, Samsung
- Simon Richir, Laval Virtual
- Diane Favro, University of California, Los Angeles
- Andreas Gerndt, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
3dui2009_demo_chairs {AT} ime.cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp

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Kiyoshi KIYOKAWA, Ph.D. <kiyo {AT} acm.org>
Cybermedia Center, Osaka University
Toyonaka Educational Research Center 517
1-32 Machikaneyama, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-0043, Japan
Tel: +81-6-6850-6821 / Fax: +81-6-6850-6829
(PGP FP: A314 67B6 C1B2 7016 2C43  CF6C 3456 0225 3CD7 7AB7)
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