|February 14th, 2010||(submission deadline)|
|March 28th, 2010||(notification of results)|
|April 2nd, 2010||(camera ready copy due)|
|June 24-26, 2010||(Symposium in Banff, Canada)|
Authors will find instructions for the preparation of their papers at Springer's Authors' instructions page.
Please submit your paper as a PDF file at .
Submission categories are divided into:
- Full research papers: these will encompass comprehensive descriptions of original work within the scope of the symposium (limited to 12 pages in Springer LNCS format).
- Posters: tentative or preliminary results of research or design work with emphasis on the interdisciplinary evaluation of the ideas (limited to 4 pages in Springer LNCS format). Poster papers will be included in the proceedings.
- System demonstrations: short descriptions of research or design work that the authors intend to show and discuss in a demo session at the symposium (limited to 2 pages in Springer LNCS format). System demonstration papers will be included in the proceedings.
- Arts track: computer animations, multimedia performance, interactive art, digital music, hybrid art, etc. Artists must submit a three page proposal outlining the concept and technique of the artwork, including a discussion of the relationship between smart technologies and their artistic and creative practice.
An international jury of renowned scientists and artists will select the submissions that best represent the idea of Smart Graphics Arts. Selected works will be displayed during the Smart Graphics symposium, and presented to the public via an evening of performance, installation, and gallery exhibition at the Banff Centre. A report of the arts track including all the selected works will be included in the proceedings.
For clarification, email Robyn Taylor with any questions about submissions.
In 2010, we propose a specific emphasis on the integration of scientific research and digital media technology into the design of aesthetic experience and artistic practice. In particular, we encourage discussion of research that locates the site of an interactive experience within the everyday world, using smart graphics, technologies, and responsive media to enrich and augment the public, private and personal spaces in which we live our lives.
Smart Graphics specially encourages young researchers to submit their ideas and results. As in previous conferences, proceedings will be published in the Springer Lecture Note in Computer Science (LNCS) series. Topics of interest include (but are not restricted to):
- computer graphics
- artificial intelligence
- virtual and mixed reality
- graphics design
- technological art
- information visualization
- visual analytics
- graphical abstraction
- multimodal information presentation
- non-desktop interfaces
- user interaction
- sketch-based interfaces
- interaction science
- scene perception
- cognitive sciences
- user studies
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