*ACM ISS 2020, Nov 8-11, 2020, Lisbon, Portugal (ALL VIRTUAL)*

The 14th ACM conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces 

(ACM ISS 2020) is taking place from November 8 to 11 in all 

virtual conference mode. As part of the conference we organize

 the first International Workshop on Cross-Reality Interaction. 

*Call for participation*

You are invited to submit a position or work-in-progress paper 

(2-4 pages, single column) to the first international workshop on 

Cross-Reality (XR) Interaction that describes the usage and transition 

between different systems on the reality-virtuality continuum (e.g. from 

reality to augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR)) or 

concurrent usage of multiple systems on this continuum for 

collaborative purposes. We invite you to make submissions 

relating to the workshop topic or any of the following themes:

* XR conceptual models and design principles

* Interaction, transition, and visualization or perception techniques

* Real-world tool use and tangibles as input to XR systems

* Collaboration across the reality-virtuality continuum

* Input and output devices

* Use cases in, e.g., education, industry, transportation, sports, healthcare

* Evaluation of XR experiences

* Privacy and security in XR

* Any other XR related topic

*Deadline* for submission is October 2nd 2020: https://xr.famnit.upr.si/#dates 

We will do our best to accommodate participants in disparate time-zones.

All papers will be juried by an expert committee who will select 

participants based on the relevance and quality of the work on 

the broad domain of XR interaction. The proceedings of the 

workshop will be published on the website and through online 

repository (e.g. HAL, arXive) indexed by Google scholar.

Please refer to the worksop website for further details https://xr.famnit.upr.si/ 

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Adalberto L. Simeone, Mohamed Khamis, 

Augusto Esteves, Florian Daiber, Matjaž Kljun, 

Klen Čopič Pucihar, Poika Isokoski, Jan Gugenheimer