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Sriram Subramanian <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 22 Jul 2008 12:48:37 +0100
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* ISMAR 2008 Call for Participation
* 7th IEEE and ACM International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality
* 15th to 18th of September 2008
* Cambridge, United Kingdom

*** ADVANCED Registration now open ****
*** Reduced prices till 24th August 2008 ***
*** Book your accommodation as soon as possible to get a room close to
the venue ***

This year, the prime event for the latest research in Mixed and
Augmented Reality will take place in the historical and beautiful town
of Cambridge UK, home to the 800 years old University.


- 1 Workshop and 2 Tutorials
- 2 Keynote speeches
- 8 paper sessions
- 2 Poster sessions
- The always popular, Live Demos session
- Welcome reception at Trinity College
- Dinner at King's College
- And for the first time at ISMAR, a Tracking Competition


Mixed and Augmented Reality aim for the creation of exciting new ways
to see and interact with the world. It drives the development and
integration of new user interfaces, displays and computing
technologies. The range of MR and AR applications is booming, and a
number of commercial applications are starting to appear.

The IEEE/ACM ISMAR is a yearly gathering that for the last various
years has attracted experts from a range of fields such as signal
processing, computer vision, computer graphics, user interfaces, human
factors, wearable computing, mobile computing, computer networks,
displays, sensors and related.

Furthermore, ISMAR is one of the friendliest conferences around,
cherished by its high quality contributions and openness of

*** Sessions ***

For full program and registration details please visit:

This year we will have sessions on:

- Displays for AR/MR
- User Studies
- Layout arrangements
- Applications
- Tracking methods
- A special session on the State of the Art in AR/MR
- Sensors and Sensor Fusion
- User studies in Industrial AR
- Rendering and Scene Acquisition

We will also have one full day Workshop on:

- Industrial Augmented Reality: Needs and Solutions Workshop By Selim
Benhimane, Gudrun Klinker, Ralf Rabaetje, Bruce Thomas - Full day

And two half day Tutorials:

- Tutorial on Augmented Reality at Professional Quality by Graham Thomas

- Tutorial on Handheld Augmented Reality by Mark Billinghurst, Blair
MacIntyre and Daniel Wagner

We look forward to seeing you in the East of the UK this September.

The ISMAR08 Chairs

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