Call for Posters
The posters and demos session is an important part of the Graphics Interface conference, as it allows discussion of early or speculative research in development. The posters and demos session schedule is typically coordinated with the Computer and Robot Vision and Artificial Intelligence conferences, permitting an excellent opportunity for discussion and interaction with the attendees of all three conferences. We welcome the submission of posters and demos in the areas of human-computer interaction, computer graphics, and visualization. Poster abstracts will be made available online before the conference in the Advance Program.
Best poster winners will be selected for both the HCI and graphics tracks, as voted on by conference attendees. There will also be a short posters "fast-forward" session providing poster authors the opportunity to briefly summarize their work in front of a larger audience. Further details will be provided to authors of accepted posters.
Summary of Deadlines
Poster abstracts of no longer than 2 pages in length can be submitted at the Graphics Interface submission site. Please use the Graphics Interface style for the abstract. Abstracts should be submitted in final form, including names of authors; abstracts of accepted posters will appear in the poster proceedings.
While you are welcome to submit a poster draft along with your abstract, you need only prepare the abstract for the submission deadline. You can complete your poster once notified of its acceptance based on the submitted abstract.
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