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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 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. Authors should title their posters with "Posters: title" to differentiate it from full papers and tech-notes 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.

Posters must be submitted via e-mail to 3DUI2010_posters@inria.fr.

Extended deadline until Monday, November 30, 10PM PST.

After acceptance poster authors are expected to prepare the final version of their poster to be included in the proceedings, 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.

Important Dates:
Posters due (extended deadline) November 30, 2009
Review decisions announced December 15, 2009
Camera-ready Posters due January 8, 2010

For any question regarding the posters you can contact the posters chairs at 3DUI2010_posters@inria.fr

3DUI 2010 Posters Chairs:
Raphael Grasset, HITLabNZ, New Zealand
Daniel F. Keefe, University of Minnesota, USA
Alexander Kulik, University of Weimar, Germany

     
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