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===============================[CALL FOR PAPERS]==============================

* 2nd IEEE ISMAR Workshop on Authoring Solutions for Augmented Reality


* Workshop: Monday, November 5th, 2012, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

* Submission deadline: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

============================== [AIMS AND SCOPE]===============================

The  motivation of  this  workshop is  to discuss  future  direction of  content
authoring in the field  of Augmented Reality, as well as  to discuss the current
state of  art on content creation  and content authoring for  augmented reality.

The  workshop  will  comprise  of   a  paper  session  where  authoring  papers,
late-breaking results and overviews over  state-of-the-art are presented. In the
afternoon,  we will  follow  up  with discussion  sessions  on different  topics
ranging from content  creation and authoring to content distribution  for AR and
a short  closing session. We  want to collect  ideas and thoughts  of researches
about desired approaches  for authoring content for AR, as  well as debate about
current and  future needs  to guarantee a  high quality as  well as  quantity of
content for AR.


* Interaction concepts for creating content in and for AR
  - interaction concepts, e.g. input devices and modalities
  - extending or beyond CAD, e.g. sketch based interfaces and widgets

* In-situ creation and assembly for AR 
  - crowd sourcing, with focus on non-expert
  - non-spatial content, such as annotations, audio, ambient data etc. pp. 
  - distribution concepts and infrastructure

* Specialists Spotlight
  - topics covering AR content creation for specific tasks in engineering, 
    education, medicine, tourism and entertainment. 
* Tools and Technologies
  - libraries 
  - protocols
  - workflows

===============================[SUBMISSION FORMAT]============================

The  workshop will  be  an opportunity  to present  short  authoring or  content
creation papers on  topics relevant for Mixed and Augmented  Reality. To present
at the workshop, submit  a 4-page paper using the TVCG  paper template for ISMAR
2011  papers  (available  from  by
sending  it to  the  email  [log in to unmask] The  submitted
papers  will  be   reviewed  by  the  organizing  committee   and  selected  for
presentation. Authors will  be notified of the results and  a final deadline for
submitting the final version. For  continuously updated information refer to the
workshop webpage.

Link to workshop webpage:

===============================[IMPORTANT DATES]==============================

Paper submission:                June 26, 2012

Notification of acceptance:      July 27, 2012

Final version:                   August 17, 2012

Workshop:                        November 5, 2012


Mark Billinghurst, HIT Lab New Zealand, New Zealand

Tobias Langlotz, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Blair MacIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.A.

Hartmut Seichter, Graz University of Technology, Austria


=============================[CONTACT INFORMATION]============================


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