ACM Spatial User Interaction 2019 Conference

Country: USA

City: New Orleans

Abstr. due: 04.08.2019

Dates: 19.10.19 — 20.10.19

Area Of Sciences: Technical sciences;

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We invite you to showcase your demo at the ACM Symposium on Spatial User Interaction (SUI 2019), which will be co-located with the ACM Conference on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2019) in New Orleans, USA. Demos offer you the opportunity to engage the audience of the Symposium at a personal level, elicit feedback on your work, and discuss potential collaborations.

We seek exciting research demonstrations, interactive experiences or commercial products from individuals, laboratories or research groups (academic, government, or industrial) from all areas of spatial user interaction. We are also open to artists who are focusing on the intersection between artistic expression and the technological mediums enabling spatial interaction.

You can submit both a paper and a demo on the same topic, and some authors of otherwise rejected papers will be invited to present their work as a demo. Extra information such as videos may also be submitted. These will be taken into account during the review process and may be included in the final publication.

ACM SUI brings together top researchers and practitioners from around the world who focus on spatial interaction for Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and for real environments. SUI is a premier venue for presenting research on the design and use of technologies that focus on the challenges of interacting with the volumetric, 3D space we live in. This considers both spatial input and spatial output, with an emphasis on issues of interaction between humans and systems.

Due to recent advances in 3D technologies and in fields such as VR, spatial interaction is now more relevant than ever before. The symposium's goal is to support an intensive exchange between both industry and academic researchers working in this area and to foster new discussions among participants.

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