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Sun, 9 Dec 2018 13:25:53 -0800
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*IEEE VR 2019: the 26th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User
March 23-27, 2019, Osaka, Japan

(Updated on December 4th, 2018. Misleading information corrected)
Important Dates

   - *December 19, 2018:* Two-page abstract, floor plan, and video material
   - *January 8, 2019:* Notification of results
   - *January 16, 2019:* Camera-ready floor plan, and final video material

(to be published in conference proceedings)

Proposals for research demonstrations must be submitted via email to the
Research Demonstration Chairs (researchdemos2019 [at]
Interested contributors are encouraged to contact the chairs with any
questions or to discuss potential demonstrations.

Each deadline is 23:59:59 AoE (Anywhere on Earth) == GMT/UTC-12:00 on the
stated day, no matter where the submitter is located.

The 26th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces 2019
seeks research demonstrations from laboratories or research groups
(academic, government, or industry). Demos should interest the broad VR
community and be presentable in a conference setting exhibiting new and
innovative work. The conference will provide basic infrastructure (space, a
table, and power). Additionally, authors of accepted demos will present an
overview in a fast-forward research demonstration session to summarize
their demo and relate it to research being performed at their lab.
Submission Guidelines

A demo proposal should include:

   - A two-page extended abstract in PDF format describing the demo and the
   research itself
   - A schematic of the layout (a separate document showing components such
   as projectors/cameras)
   - (not mandatory) A brief video showing the demo in action (the URL
   should be included in the proposal – youtube or Vimeo preferred)

The submission should clearly describe the overall architecture of the
system or technology demonstrated. Authors should put great emphasis on the
work’s motivation, applications, and novelty. The description should also
explain how the audience can interact with the demo. Submissions need not
be anonymized but may be if the authors prefer. Abstracts for accepted
demos will be included in the conference proceedings and in the IEEE Xplore
Digital Library, so they must follow the IEEE Computer Society format at

Accepted demos must be up and running during dedicated demo sessions and
lunch breaks. It is further appreciated if they run at other times (e.g.,
coffee breaks), but that is not required for acceptance.

*For more information, please contact the Research Demonstration Chairs:*

   - Masahiro Furukawa, *Osaka University, Japan*
   - Christoph Borst, *University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA*
   - Jens Grubert, *Coburg University, Germany*
   - Masahiko Inami, *The University of Tokyo, Japan*

researchdemos2019 [at]

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