Overview of event
The face-to-face community meetings are designed to promote the discussion among ecosystem stakeholders for the development of open and interoperable AR content and experiences.
During the September 12 sessions, we will receive updates about standards under development from Standards Development Organization spokepeople and Work Group chairs including but not limited to:
– Khronos Group
– ISO/JTC SC 29 Working Group 11
– Web3D Consortium
– IEEE Standards Association
– Open Geospatial Consortium
– MIPI Alliance
On September 13, our goals will be to
- provide feedback to editors of Mixed and Augmented Reality Reference Model
- learn of continuing and newly initiated activities relevant to open and interoperable AR
- discuss emerging challenges which may be addressed via standards or open source interfaces and
- plan for the community’s future by reviewing existing activities, chartering new work and scheduling 2015 meetings.
Augmented Reality developers participating in the community are on the front lines to learn about and influence the direction of new tools. The developers encountering obstacles to audience reach and end user adoption as a result of proprietary technology “silos” are encouraged to attend to learn about the open specifications and APIs under development, and to provide their opinions.
All community members are invited to suggest topics for the agenda via submission of position papers.
In addition to the invited speaker presentations and moderated plenary collaborations, contributions to the AR Community may be made in advance of the meeting in the form of position papers. Submitters are requested to follow published guidelines for position papers. The position papers and recommended reading for the previous community meeting are available on this page.
To Participate in the AR Community Meeting
Those planning to participate in the September 2014 AR Community meeting should review the documentation of the past meetings found via this page (go to past Events table and find AR Community Meetings). Joining the mailing lists for the community is also highly recommended.
While this is an open meeting, advanced registration is required (see next section). We are meeting in conjunction with ISMAR 2014 hosted by TU Munich in Garching, Germany on September 9-12, 2014.
If you have any questions, please contact Christine Perey. If you cannot attend in person, we hope to be streaming live via Hangout during many of the sessions.
Registration and Fees
To participate in the AR Community meeting, complete the on-line registration form and pay fees.
|AR Community Member-After 15 August||€250|
|AR Community Member-Early Registration (ends midnight 15 August)||€200|
The social event beginning at 7:30 PM on September 12 and two coffee breaks and lunch on September 13 are included in meeting registration fee. Each participant will be responsible for their travel costs and other incidentals.
The final meeting agenda is published. Changes may be made at the organizers’ discretion.
The AR Community meeting will be conducted in two locations.
The address is Technische Universität München
Fakultät für Informatik
For directions to the TU Munich Garching campus, visit this page.
On Saturday, September 13 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM the meeting will be hosted by metaio in the central Munich offices.
The address is Hackerbrücke 6, 80335 München, Germany.
Sponsors and Host
The AR Community meeting is supported by the Khronos Group.
We also warmly appreciate the support of metaio GmbH, our meeting host
Meeting sessions and documents will be in English.
All notifications to participants will be made by way of this web page, to the AR Standards announcements mailing list, LinkedIn and posted to relevant blogs and industry mailing lists.
Community Meetings Chair
- Christine Perey, PEREY Research & Consulting
If you wish to provide assistance to the community meetings and chair one or more sessions, please notify Christine Perey, chair.
Program Committee Members
The agenda of this meeting will be established by the chair and the Program Committee invited to reflect the needs and interests of the AR community.
Program Committee members for the eleventh meeting include:
- George Percivall, Open Geospaital Consortium
- Neil Trevett, NVIDIA and Khronos Group
- Anita Havele, Web3D Consortium
- Martin Lechner, Wikitude
- Timo Engelke, Fraunhofer IGD
- Marius Preda, Institut Telecom Sud-Paris
- Blair MacIntyre, Georgia Tech Augmented Environments Lab
- Rob Manson, MOB Labs
- Carl Byers, NGrain
- Mary Lynne Nielsen, IEEE Standards Association