Pervasive Displays 2012

Pervasive Displays 2012 :: FINAL CALL FOR POSTERS AND VIDEOS AND NEW DATES
The International Symposium on Pervasive Displays
4-5 June, 2012
Porto, Portugal
http://www.pervasivedisplays.org
info@pervasivedisplays.org

The International Symposium on Pervasive Displays will bring together
researchers interested in digital pervasive displays, including large and
small displays, projection, 3D displays and tabletops.
As a targeted topic venue, Pervasive Displays offers participants a unique
opportunity to share their work within a diverse but focused research
community. The symposium on Pervasive Displays welcomes work on all areas
pertaining to digital displays, and, in addition to regular papers, it
will also invites poster and video submissions.

Call for Posters
The posters track presents an opportunity to publish late-breaking
results, technical descriptions, smaller research contributions,
works-in-progress and student projects in a concise and visible format.
Accepted posters will be displayed in the conference venue for the
duration of the symposium, including a designated poster session,
providing presenters with an opportunity to engage in discussion with
other attendees around their research.
We welcome posters covering all aspects of digital displays including, but
not limited to:
• Novel technologies
• Architecture
• Applications
• Domains and formative studies
• Evaluations and deployments
• Interfaces and interaction techniques
• Content design

Poster Submissions
Authors are required to submit an abstract and draft poster. Poster
abstracts should be a maximum of two pages in ACM format, clearly
describing the research questions addressed and their contribution to the
pervasive displays community. As the abstract may be viewed without the
poster, this should be written to stand alone as an independent
submission. Draft posters should be formatted for A1 portrait (594x841mm).
All submissions should be anonymised and will be reviewed by an
international panel of experts in the field of pervasive displays.

Call for Videos
The video track presents an opportunity to publish late-breaking results,
technical demonstrations, concepts and visions, works-in-progress and
student projects in a concise and visible format. Accepted videos will
be displayed in the conference venue for the duration of the symposium,
including a designated video session, providing presenters with an
opportunity to introduce their video to other attendees.

We welcome videos covering all aspects of digital displays including, but
not limited to:
• Novel technologies and approaches
• Concept and visions for the future of public displays and their
uses
• Applications and domain specific uses of pervasive displays
• Interfaces and interaction techniques
• Content design and tool support for content creation

Video Submissions
Authors are required to submit a video with a short summary paper. Video
summaries should be a no longer than two pages in ACM format, and should
concisely describe the content of the video and its intended contribution
to the pervasive displays community. Submitted videos should be in a
standard format (AVI, MOV, MPG) and their duration should not exceed 10
minutes at most.

If possible, submissions should be anonymised before being submitted. An
international panel of experts in the field of pervasive displays will
review each submission.

Important Dates for Posters and Videos
Video submission deadline: (old February 20 2012) NEW February 27 2012
Notification of acceptance: (old March 19 2012) NEW March 22 2012
Camera-ready submission: April 15 2012
Conference: June 4-5 2012

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