|The Smart Graphics Enterprise|
The International Symposium on Smart
Graphics will bring
together researchers from Computer Graphics, Visualization, Art
Graphics Design, Cognitive Psychology and Artificial Intelligence, all
working on different aspects of computer-generated graphics.
This year's meeting will be held in Vancouver, Canada.
Advances and breakthroughs in computer graphics have made visual media the basis of the modern user interface, and it is clear that graphics will play a dominant role in the way people communicate and interact with computers in the future. Indeed, as computers become more and more pervasive, and display sizes both increase and decrease, new and challenging problems arise for the effective use and generation of computer graphics.
Recent advances in computer graphics have allowed AI researchers to integrate graphics in their systems, and on the other hand, many AI techniques have matured to the point of being easily used by non specialists. These very techniques are likely to be the vehicle by which both principles from graphic design, and the results of research into cognitive aspects of visual representations will be integrated in next generation graphical interfaces.
|In our final wrap up session of
Smart Graphics 2005 we identified 3 key challenges for Smart Graphics: