Recent Updates

I.D.E.A. Scholarship Application Deadline Extended

The 2021 ISMAR I.D.E.A (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility) for a better tomorrow Scholarship application deadline has been extended to September 10th, 2021. This grant provides full and partial registration waivers for online and in-person attendance. Eligible applicants are early-career researchers (early professors, graduate students, and postdocs) from underrepresented or historically marginalized groups.  Full details on the application process here. 

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Demo submission extended until 8/5/2021

Are you working on cool projects in virtual or augmented reality? Join us at the demo session and showcase working prototypes of your ideas! The submission deadline will be extended until Thursday, August 5, 2021. As the ISMAR 2021 will be a hybrid conference, we accept either in-person and remote presentations of your research demonstration. Please find the details from our page here. Feel free to email us at demo_chairs@ismar21.org with any questions.

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Call for Bids to Host ISMAR 2023

The Steering Committee of the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR) seeking proposals to host the 21st Annual Conference, to be held sometime between the end of September and mid-November 2023. At this time, we seek preliminary draft proposals from prospective bidders. Promising bidders will be asked to provide additional information for the final selection. Important Dates: September 30th 2021 – Draft proposals due October 15th 2021 – Feedback on draft proposals, request for further information November 15th 2021 – Final bids due Early November 2021 – Bid selected Interested parties should view ISMAR 2023 bidding details here.

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Submissions Open for Demonstrations

The ISMAR 2021 Research Demonstrations track has issued its call for demos. If interested, join us and showcase working prototypes of your work! Please find the details from our website here. Submissions are open until July 30th. Authors of the accepted journal and conference papers are welcome to submit a simple proposal to join us. Feel free to email us at demo_chairs@ismar21.org with any questions!

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I.D.E.A. Scholarship Call

We’re very happy to announce the 2021 ISMAR I.D.E.A (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility) for a better tomorrow Scholarship. This grant provides full and partial registration waivers for online and in-person attendance. Eligible applicants are early-career researchers (early professors, graduate students, and postdocs) from underrepresented or historically marginalized groups.  The deadline for the scholarship is August 15, 2021. Full details on the application process here.  We look forward to having your application!

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Submissions open for Doctoral Consortium

The ISMAR 2021 Doctoral Consortium has issued its call for papers. If interested, current PhD students can submit a 2-page summary here. To make a new submission, choose the following menu options next to “Make a new Submission to”: ISMAR -> ISMAR 2021 -> ISMAR 2021 Doctoral Consortium and then hit Go. To see more information on the call, visit this page. Submissions are due July 2nd, 2021 (23:59 AoE). We look forward to seeing you at the DC!

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ISMAR 2021 Workshop Details

The ISMAR 2021 Workshops have issued their calls for papers. If interested, researchers can learn more about each workshop at this page. Due dates vary by workshop. We look forward to seeing you at the workshops on October 4th and 8th, 2021!

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ISMAR Website Redesign

Welcome to the redesigned ISMAR website! It includes improvements such as a recent updates page that will be used for smaller announcements, more information on the hosting city, and a new layout to highlight key features of the conference.

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Conference Paper Deadline

The conference paper abstracts are due May 24th, 2021, with the following May 28th, 2021 deadline for the conference papers. Please visit the Call for Conference Papers page for more information.

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Journal Reviewing Results

Following a format similar to ACM CHI, we are electing to share more information about the reviewing process. This information is intended to make the reviewing process more transparent and to help guide authors in preparing a rebuttal. We received 122 submissions. Of these 3 submissions were desk rejected and 1 submission was quick rejected. These papers were either not anonymized or did not contain enough detail to replicate the work. In total, 118 papers went out for full review. 476 reviews were completed. 114 papers received four reviews and 4 papers received five reviews. Each paper has an overall

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