Date: February 17, 2004 8:16:56 AM EST
To: 3dui List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: IEEE VR conference announcement
The early registration deadline for the IEEE VR 2004 conference
is approaching this Saturday, FEBRUARY 21.
Online and offline registration are available at:
The conference is located in Chicago and hosted by the Hotel
Intercontinental, an excellent facility and an architectural event
by itself. The hotel is at the center of
Magnificent Mile, a rich shopping shopping and cultural district.
This year's program is better than ever. Highlights include:
* A keynote speech from Kurt Akeley, co-founder of SGI,
who will speak on "
focusing especially on focus cues in VR displays.
* A demo night at U. Illinois Chicago's Electronic Visualization
Lab, including new VR displays such as the high brightness BAT
display, a new autostereoscopic display, and the low cost GeoWall.
* A jam-packed exhibition by over a dozen companies of the
latest VR technologies, including Intersense, SensAble
Technologies, Reachin, Quanser, Orad Hi-Tec, FCS Control
Systems, Immersion, Acuitive, Vicon and Force Dimension.
* Panels on VR education and military simulation.
* Workshops on VR as a display technology for the wider public
and new VR interaction devices and techniques.
* Tutorials on Open Scene Graph, conducting human subject
experiments, and introductions to VR and augmented reality.
* Paper sessions on tracking, multimodal display, 3D display,
networked VR, rendering and simulation, 3D interaction,
navigation and display and VR applications.
* A high-visibility poster venue that includes a rapid-fire
preview session in the main session.
* The conference is once again co-located with the popular
Haptics Symposium. Details on this event can be found at:
For details on these events, see:
See you there!
IEEE VR 2004 Conference Co-Chairs
Doug Bowman (540) 231-2058 (voice)
Assistant Professor (540) 231-6075 (fax)
Computer Science email@example.com (email)
Virginia Tech http://people.cs.vt.edu/~bowman/