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    IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces 2010
    March 20-21, Waltham (Boston area), Massachusetts USA
    (in conjunction with IEEE Virtual Reality 2010 and Haptics Symposium 
    3DUI 2010 - Call for Papers

The IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces 2010 is the fifth
international symposium focused on the topic of 3D UIs and will be held
to provide an intensive exchange between industrial and academic
researchers working in various 3DUI research areas and to trigger
discussions among participants. The symposium will last for two days, and
will be followed immediately by the IEEE VR conference. The theme of the
Symposium will cover all areas of 3D UI research. The Symposium themes
include, but are not limited to, the following topics:

* 3D interaction techniques
* 3D user interface metaphors
* 3D UIs for games and entertainment
* 3D input devices
* Desktop 3D UIs
* 3D UIs for VR and AR
* Evaluation methods for 3D UIs
* 3D display devices
* Applications of 3D UI techniques
* 3D UIs for CAD
* Biologically inspired 3D UIs
* Collaborative 3D interaction

The Symposium solicits high quality papers and tech-notes within the
scope of 3DUI. Papers (up to 8 pages) should describe original and
mature research results and will typically include some evidence of
the validity of the presented research. Examples of such evidence may
include, but are not limited to, a user evaluation, formal proof, or
well substantiated argumentation. Tech-notes (up to 4 pages) should
contain unpublished preliminary results of research or design work.
Papers and Tech-notes should be prepared in IEEE VGTC format
( submitted through the
submission web site in PDF format, and will be reviewed by the program
committee and external reviewers. Reviewing is double-blind. Accepted
papers and tech-notes will be published by IEEE in the official
Symposium proceedings. An International Award Committee will also
award the best Paper, and the authors will be invited to submit an extended
version to the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.
For further information, please see the Symposium website:

== NEW this year ==
3DUI is running a new contest: the 3DUI Grand Prize.
For further information, please see the contest page:

Important Dates
* Papers, Tech-notes submission due: November 13, 2009
* Posters due: November 27, 2009
* Papers, Tech-notes, and Posters notification: December 15, 2009
* Final camera-ready Papers, Tech-notes, Posters: January 08, 2010

* Registration for the Contest: October 31, 2009
* Contest final submission deadline: January  11, 2010

Keynote Speaker
Takeo Igarashi, University of Tokyo

Symposium Chairs
Martin Hachet  -  INRIA, France
Kiyoshi Kiyokawa  -  Osaka University, Japan
Joseph J. LaViola Jr  -  University of Central Florida, USA

Program Committee
Hrvoje Benko - Microsoft Research, USA
Doug Bowman - Virginia Tech, USA
Sabine Coquillart - INRIA, France
Stephen J. DiVerdi - Adobe, USA
Niklas Elmqvist - Purdue University, USA
Bernd Froehlich - University of Weimar, Germany
Tovi Grossman - Autodesk, Canada
Matthias Harders - ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Pourang Irani - University of Manitoba, Canada
Ernst Kruijff - TU Graz, Austria
Anatole Lécuyer - INRIA, France
Robert van Liere - Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Netherlands
Marcio Pinho - PUCRS, Brazil
Frank Steinicke - University of Münster, Germany
Hiroaki Yano - University of Tsukuba, Japan
Wolfgang Stuerzlinger - York University, Canada
Chad Wingrave - University of Central Florida, USA
(additional members to be added shortly)

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

Contest Chairs
Pablo Figueroa  -  Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Sébastien Kuntz  -  Virtools / Dassault Systèmes, France
Yoshifumi Kitamura  -  Osaka University, Japan


  Martin Hachet

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