Paper & Poster Submissions
We are accepting submissions in three catagories; techniqual papers, posters, and demonstrations.
We encourage the submission of technical papers for oral presentation. If your paper could be accompanied by a hands-on demonstration, we encourage you to also submit a separate technical demonstration proposal (see below). Paper submissions not accepted for a full oral presentation might be offered the opportunity for a poster presentation. Submission details.
Note: We will ask authors to explicitly commit to personally attend the workshop to present accepted papers, or to arrange for a suitable replacement presenter.
We invite the submission of one-page proposals for technical or art-related poster presentations. Posters might describe recently completed work, work in progress, or publicly presentable ideas for unimplemented and/or unusual systems or applications. Submission details
Nelson Chang (Hewlett-Packard Laboratories)
Workshop topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
Automatic detection of projector, camera and surface characteristics
Multi-view geometry applied to projectors and cameras
Geometric and photometric calibration
Moving projectors Novel user-interfaces
Immersive and interactive displays
Spatial augmented reality
Architecture of projector-camera systems
Computer vision in the presence of projected information
Scene capture using projectors
Projectors and cameras used in the arts
Greg Welch (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
Christopher Jaynes (University of Kentucky, USA)