This year's Technical Demonstrations will showcase leading edge work and work in progress in every area of multimedia, including:
Multimedia analysis, processing, and retrieval
Submissions are particularly encouraged in the areas of haptics, smell, sensors, novel interface design, immersive technologies, wireless multimedia applications, multimedia-based security applications, digital rights management, multimedia databases, content analysis, content-based retrieval, multimedia storage, multimedia networking, media processing, entertainment, compression, hypermedia authoring, and innovative applications.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure quality. An award will be given for the best technical demonstration, as judged by an evaluation panel. Demonstrators will be provided with space and access to a local (wired) network. Participants will be required to provide their own computing equipment and any additional network, display, haptic, sensor, etc., hardware needed for the demonstration.
• In addition to the two page short paper, you may optionally submit one or more of the following multimedia documents that describe or illustrate the demonstration:
Where to submit:
Please submit your demonstration proposal by sending email with the short paper and other supporting materials as attachments to email@example.com
July 7, 2004
July 25, 2004
Please direct any questions regarding the technical demonstrations or submissions to the technical demo chairs: