SIGGRAPH Asia 2008

First ACM SIGGRAPH Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Asia

| Conference 10-13 December | Exhibition 11-13 December

The inaugural SIGGRAPH Asia 2008 is the place to be if you want to find the widest range of best-practice-based education in the region. Featuring in-depth technical papers and courses, this conference will significantly leverage your participation. You will also acquire the most current information in an interactive environment in areas of computer graphics and interactive techniques through our other programmes like Sketches & Posters, Educators and Emerging Technologies. Indulge in your visual senses with our Art Gallery featuring both digital and installations. The Computer Animation Festival is a world-class festival of outstanding work from all over the world: animated shorts, feature films, visual effects, interactive CG art, scientific visualization, machinima, games, and real-time graphics. The Computer Animation Festival presents creative achievements in every genre, plus "hybrid" innovations that mix state-of-the-art animation techniques with traditional storytelling approaches. Round up your day by visiting our trade exhibition. Here you will find leading brands showcasing their latest software, hardware and technology.

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VRCAI 2008 The 7th ACM SIGGRAPH International Conference on Virtual-Reality Continuum and its Applications

8-9 December 2008

An exciting VRCAI 2008 awaits participants from both academia and industry in Singapore, a hotbed of innovation where state-of-the-art technologies and applications in the virtual reality continuum (VRC) will be explored and presented. Spanning next-generation info-communication environments such as virtual reality, augmented virtuality, augmented reality, and mixed reality, VRC is key to defining and interacting, with and within, our virtual worlds. Advances in research and novel applications in this field have revolutionised much of our leisure activities, making them more appealing and fun. Just as significantly, these advances provide the foundation for more effective interactivity in work- and learning-related activities.

VRCAI 2008 focuses on the following main themes: Fundamentals, Systems, Interactions, and Industry and Applications in the VRC.

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