The Virtual and Augmented Reality Graduate Workshop (WTD-SVR2016) is a venue where ongoing masters and PhD works may be discussed. The aim of the Workshop is to allow the preliminary work to be evaluated by researches with expertise in the field. The ongoing work may further benefit from all the input gathered in the Workshop so that it may lead to a solid, improved work, result of all the contribution provided by experts, other graduate students as well as the industry and academic participants of the SVR2016.
Besides obtaining a preliminary evaluation, as well as contribution, to ongoing graduate work, the workshop participants will be in touch with an overview of research topics being exploited in graduate programs from Brazil and abroad. That shall aid students who are yet to pinpoint their research topic, which may benefit from the brainstorming sessions. That may also lead to new collaboration setups, through the exploitation of intersections of interest identified in the Workshop technical sessions.
The work submitted to the Workshop shall be ongoing work. Finished (or about to be finished) work will not be accepted in the Workshop and shall be submitted to SVR2016's main track. The paper can be submitted to WTD even if a similar paper was submitted to the SVR2016's main track.
The authors should submit two documents, as follows:
The paper and research report may be written in Portuguese, English or Spanish. Both (Research Report and Short Paper) should be submitted in PDF format. Submissions in other formats will be discarded. The same shall happen for submissions whose manuscript exceeds the four page limit or which disregard the specified formatting. The submissions shall be made through SBC’s JEMS system through the "SVR 2016 - WTD" entry.
The Selected Work will be presented during one of the Workshop technical sessions, which will be followed by technical feedback, evaluation and suggestions from experienced researchers on Virtual and Augmented Reality, as well as other participants of the Workshop. The papers will be available in the digital proceedings of the Workshop.
The topics of interest for the Workshop are the same disclosed for the main track of the SVR 2016:
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 any additional information please contact the Workshop Organizing Committee below:
List of Selected Papers