1999 ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics
Hosted by the
Georgia Institute of Technology
Sponsored by ACM Siggraph
|October 15, 1998:
||E-mail summary to
|October 29, 1998:
||Manuscript (8 pages, 6 copies) due
GVU by 5:00 p.m.
|December 1, 1998:
||E-mail of demo proposals to
|December 14, 1998:
|February 2, 1999:
||Camera-ready accepted papers
due to Steve Spencer
Tape submissions due at University of Utah
March 26, 1999 (NOTE CHANGE):
||Hotel Reservations, call
The bi-annual ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics has become a traditional
forum for presenting the most innovative ideas, techniques, experiments, and
research results in interactive design, viewing, and manipulation of 3D models.
Challenges for 1999 include user effectiveness, content creation, model
complexity, animation, and internet access.
The symposium is run in a single track and offers its 250 participants ample
opportunities to experiment with the latest products and prototypes and to
interact with academic and industrial experts.
We invite hardware and software demonstrations of research prototypes
and industrial products. Please send a description of the demonstration, links
to reference material, and contact information to
firstname.lastname@example.org before December 1, 1998.
For further information:
For other inquiries, please contact GVU at 404/894-4488
The program of the 1997 Symposium may be found at:
Details on submissions, demonstrations, registration,
schedule, location, and other aspects of the 1999 Symposium will be posted at
this site (http://www.gvu.gatech.edu/i3dg).
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