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Wed, 4 Mar 2020 15:30:12 -0500
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The ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (ACM SAP) aims to advance and promote research that crosses the boundaries between perception and disciplines such as graphics, visualization, computer vision, haptics, acoustics, and augmented, mixed, and virtual reality. These fields can benefit from the exchange of ideas. The scope of the conference includes applications and algorithms in any area of research that incorporates elements of perception and computer science.
Our seventeenth annual event provides an intimate, immersive forum for exchanging ideas about areas of overlapping interests. The ACM SAP 2020 conference will be held in Washington DC on the 17th and 18th of July, 2020 (co-located with SIGGRAPH). We aim to further promote communication between the core perception and computer graphics communities.
We invite submissions of original work in all areas of applied perception. Relevant areas include:

Modeling, rendering, and animation
Computational aesthetics
Haptic rendering, haptic input and perception
Perception of virtual characters
Color vision and color appearance modeling
Perception of high dynamic range scenes and images
Interaction techniques and interfaces
Augmented, mixed, and virtual reality
Virtual worlds
Display technologies
Auditory display and interfaces
Perceptual auditory coding
Spatialized sound
Speech synthesis and recognition
Sensory integration
Multimodal rendering
Spatial and temporal vision
Attention and eye movements
Statistical learning and perception of natural scenes
Perception of shapes, surfaces, and materials
Biosensing including EEG


Research can be submitted as a long paper (up to 8 pages and up to 20 minute talk), a short paper (up to 4 pages and up to 15 minute talk), or as a poster presentation (1 page abstract). All submissions should follow the general SIGGRAPH formatting guidelines. Page limits include all references. Diagrams and images should be represented in color where appropriate. Papers that are not accepted will be considered for the poster session. Authors of posters accepted by this route will, of course, have the option to decline the opportunity to present a poster.

Abstract due Tuesday, March 24th
Papers due Tuesday, March 31st

Web page:
Paper submission through Easy Chair

Program chairs:
Cindy Grimm, Oregon State University
Mar Gonzales Franco, Microsoft Research

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