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                  *** ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality ***
                  ***      Software and Technology     ***

                            Final Call for Papers

                    Newport Beach, CA, November 5-7, 2007
                       In cooperation with ACM SIGGRAPH
                         http://www.vrst.org/vrst2007


Early registration is now open for VRST 2007. For conference  
registration and hotel reservations, visit:

	http://www.ics.uci.edu/computerscience/vrst/registration/

Early registration ends on September 28.

ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology (VRST) is an  
international forum for the exchange of experience and knowledge  
among researchers and developers concerned with virtual reality  
software and technology.  VRST 2007 will provide an opportunity for  
VR researchers to interact, share new results, show live  
demonstrations of their work, and discuss emerging directions for the  
field.

*** VRST Featured Speakers

The following three distinguished speakers will be featured at VRST  
2007:

Holly Rushmeier, Professor of Computer Science, Yale University
J. Edward Colgate, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern  
University
Larry Smarr, Director of CalIT(2) and Professor of Computer Science,  
UCSD

*** Conference Location

VRST 2007 will be held in the Fairmont Newport Beach Hotel, Orange  
County,
California.  Orange County is one of the most popular areas for  
organizing
scientific meetings and international symposia. Its proximity to the  
sandy
beaches, majestic coastlines, and recrea-tional facilities coupled  
with the
pleasant climate make it a very popular touristic destination.

The program includes a welcome reception on Monday, Nov 5th and a  
conference
banquet followed by an open-house evening to the Graphics and  
Visualization
Laboratories of the Bren School of Information and Computer Sci-ences at
University of California, Irvine on the evening of Tuesday, Nov 6th,  
2007.

*** For general information about the conference please contact:

Aditi Majumder, University of California, Irvine
General Co-Chair
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