Overview of event
The ninth annual Winter Augmented Reality Meeting (WARM ’16) brings together researchers and practitioners from academic institutions and companies worldwide on the topics of Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and ubiquitous computing. WARM ’16 is a forum for presentation and discussion of new ideas and seeks contributions from a diverse array of technical domains.
Call for Presentations
WARM ’16 will be organized along similar lines as an academic workshop but there will be neither proceedings nor referable publications. Participants are encouraged to present new ideas and solicit feedback to improve their chances for getting published.
Each presenter will have 15 minutes of presentation time, with 5 minutes of discussion afterwards. Demo tables will be set up for those wanting to demonstrate their ideas.
Topics for presentation include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Tracking including sensor fusion and computer vision
- Mobile Augmented Reality
- Ubiquitous Augmented Reality
- Smart Environments
- User Interface Techniques and Interaction Methods
- User studies
- Future Directions for Augmented Reality Research
- Teaching with and about Augmented Reality
A full agenda of the two-day workshop will be published on the workshop website.
You can register for WARM ’16 here. Registration is free.
Participants who would like to present can apply here.
Graz University of Technology
Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision
Lecture Hall 2
Access and Accommodations
The workshop website provides directions to the venue, as well as a list of accommodations.
Comments or Questions?
For comments and questions, please contact the organizer.