3DPVT 2006
Third International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization and Transmission

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
June 14-16, 2006
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3D PVT 2006 will host one demonstration session on each day of the symposium, coinciding with the poster session. We are soliciting proposals for two types of demonstrations.

Research Demos

The goal of research demonstrations is to allow members of the research community an opportunity to demonstrate working systems. This allows conference participants to view demonstrations firsthand in a manner not possible in a technical talk or poster session alone. We request proposals for demonstrations from anyone in the community, including researchers, academic institutions, research labs, and industry.

Research demos will be presented in the poster area during one poster session only. Each demonstration area will have a 4 foot by 8 foot poster board as a backdrop with a table in front of the area and power outlets. We suggest that participants bring a poster to the session to support their demonstration. We encourage participants to bring as much of their own equipment as possible.

Exhibitions

Exhibitors from the industry will be able to demonstrate their products every day of 3D PVT. Exhibitors are not required to disclose technical details of their work, but rather demonstrate systems that potentially interest the audience of the symposium. The fee for exhibitors is $500 and includes one full registration for the symposium.

Exhibitions will also be presented in the poster area, but on all three days of 3D PVT. Each demonstration area will have a 4 foot by 8 foot poster board as a backdrop with a table in front of the area and power outlets. We suggest that participants bring a poster to the session to support their demonstration. We encourage participants to bring as much of their own equipment as possible.


Interested parties from both the industry and academia should e-mail Herman Towles (herman@cs.unc.edu) with a brief description of their demonstration before April 30.