Call for Demos

Overview

The ISMAR demonstration track features contributors showing working prototypes, technologies, and designed experiences to engage with the ISMAR attendees.

All accepted demonstrations will be presented at the conference. Presentations will be in person if possible, though given the current situation with COVID-19 we expect to support authors presenting remotely. Authors of accepted demos may choose online-only presentation if they cannot attend in person. All submissions will include pre-recorded videos which must include (if applicable) takes from an egocentric viewpoint, so attendees can experience how your demo works from the user’s perspective. Submitters are asked to provide a 2-page description of their demonstration, which will be available on the conference website.

We encourage a diverse range of demonstrations on the topic of Virtual, Mixed, and Augmented Reality. You are free to demonstrate the work presented in the papers, posters, or workshop sessions, as well as any new visionary, engaging, or emerging project not yet presented elsewhere!

The main selection criteria will be the expected general interest of the demonstration to the Virtual, Mixed, and Augmented Reality community.

Important Deadlines

  • July 30th, 2021 (23:59 AoE): Submission Deadline.
  • August 13th, 2021: Final notification.
  • August 19th, 2021: Camera-ready version.

Submission Guidelines

All materials will be submitted electronically through the Precision Conference website at: PCS with all the following items:

  1. Short abstract (100 words: to be included in the demo list)
  2. Two-page abstract (.pdf), including the following:
         Explanation of your demonstration
         What makes it unique and special
         Explanation of the novelty
         Why will it draw a crowd?
         Keywords
  3. Representative image (.png or .jpg: 640 x 480: to be included in the demo list)
  4. URL of your pre-recorded demo video ranging from 1 to 2 minutes of length. The pre-recorded videos must include both (if applicable)
    1. an egocentric viewpoint to show a user’s first-person experience to attendees, and
    2. an external viewer’s perspective to show the device setup and a user. Additional remote presentation methods, such as web-based social VR tools, may be detailed by the authors for consideration by reviewers.

If you already have an account with that system, please use that account to submit your materials. Otherwise, create a new account.

All files (two-page abstract, representative image) should be packed (.zip) for the submission.

Templates (TEX, DOC) are available on the submission guidelines page or directly from IEEE VGTC:

VGTC LaTeX Template
VGTC Word Template
VGTC Sample PDF Paper

ISMAR 2021 Demo Chairs
demo_chairs@ismar21.org