Video and multimedia presentations are sought for the 20th Annual Video and Multimedia Review of Computational Geometry, to accompany the 27th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry in Paris, France. This review showcases the use of visualization in computational geometry for exposition and education, for visual exploration of geometry in research, and as an interface and a debugging tool in software development. Algorithm animations, visual explanations of structural theorems, descriptions of applications of computational geometry, and demonstrations of software systems are all appropriate.
Three to five minutes is ideal for most presentations; eight minutes is the upper limit. Accepted video and multimedia presentations will have an abstract in the published conference proceedings; video/multimedia authors will have an opportunity to present their work at the Symposium during a dedicated video session. Accepted presentations will be available online in various formats in a web proceedings. See http://www.computational-
geometry.org/ for examples of previous years' proceedings.
Send email to the Video/Multimedia committee chair, Jonathan Shewchuk, firstname.lastname@example.org by 23:59 Pacific Standard Time, Friday, February 18, 2011, with the following information: the names and institutions of the authors, the email address of the corresponding author, and instructions for downloading the submission.
Tuesday, February 08, 2011
SoCG Videos Call
You drew all those snazzy diagrams using your fancy Mac drawing program. Now it's time to make some videos: