IEEE Haptics Symposium 2010
Boston Area, Massachusetts, USA, March 25 - 26, 2010

C A L L   F O R   H A N D S - O N   D E M O S

The Haptics Symposium is a bi-annual, single-track conference that  
brings together researchers who are advancing the human science,  
technology, and design processes underlying haptic (force and  
tactile) interaction systems. Our community spans the disciplines of  
biomechanics, psychology, neurophysiology, engineering, human- 
computer interaction and computer science.  The 2010 advance program  
will soon be posted on the website.

To complement the Symposium's oral and poster presentations, we seek  
hands-on demonstrations of all kinds - for example, of novel  
developments in haptics-related devices, software, or experiments  
that are of interest to the conference audience.  A hands-on  
demonstration is an excellent way to increase awareness of your work  
and obtain valuable first-hand feedback from other haptics  
researchers.  As an additional benefit, the conference will include a  
best demo award.

We welcome both completely new submissions and demonstrations that  
support an oral or poster presentation already accepted to the  
conference.  Demonstrations associated with a poster presentation  
will be collocated with the poster, while other demonstrations will  
be given their own space at the conference.  Accepted demonstrations  
will be given a very brief oral presentation slot and may be  
accompanied by a poster if a posterboard is requested at the time of  

Demonstrations are requested via the Demonstration Submission Form,  
which requires a title, list of authors, image, 100-word abstract,  
and logistical details. Submissions will be reviewed by the Co-Chairs  
for Exhibits, Demonstrations, and Posters to ensure they are of  
interest to conference attendees and free from commercial content.  
The demonstration description will be published in the (non-archived)  
Symposium Digest distributed to conference attendees.

Demonstration Submission Form:

Demonstration Descriptions Due:
11:59 pm PST on January 6, 2010

We are looking forward to receiving your demo submissions and seeing  
you at Haptics Symposium in March.

Many thanks,
  Katherine J. Kuchenbecker, University of Pennsylvania
  Mark Colton, Brigham Young University
  HS 2010 Co-Chairs of Posters, Demos, and Exhibits

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