Demonstrations provide researchers, practitioners and companies the opportunity to present Virtual Reality applications, techniques, experiments and devices throughout the event. The presentation should focus on the technical aspects, but the intent is to be an exciting and interactive demonstration. Besides the on-site demonstration, a video should be submitted in the JEMS system, using the track SVR 2016 – Demos. The video will be used during the event and on social medias to promote the event.
We encourage authors of demos derived from research works that present technical or scientific contribution to submit a poster in the Poster Session.
The abstract and video must be sent through the JEMS system, using the track SVR 2016 - Demos. Works in English (preferable) and Portuguese will be accepted. The video should be on 1920×1080 or 1080x720 resolution, limited on 2 minutes and 100Mb. Also, a short description (250 words) of the work should be submitted.
At least one of the authors must be registered in the conference to present the demo on-site. The event will offer a small space for each participant to present their work, but the participant is responsible for the equipment needed for the demo including its guard. During the event, each participant is expected to be at the demonstration site during coffee breaks.
We emphasize that there is no financial support to cover expenses to present at the demos session.
More information at Poster and Demo Presentation.
The final version of your paper must be submitted with the SBC Copyright Form.
The template has the Copyright Form written in english and in portuguese. It is not necessary to sign both. Authors must choose between one of the two no matter the language in which the draft was written.
For more information, contact the chairs for the Demos Session:
Abstract and Video Submissions