IEEE VR 2020: the 27th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces
March 22nd - 26th, 2020, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. http://ieeevr.org/2020/
We invite VR researchers and enthusiasts to submit videos showcasing virtual reality research, applications, and other creative work. Video submissions may also include 3D user interfaces, mixed reality, or augmented reality. We are proud to continue last year’s two video submission tracks: Technical Video and Creative VR. Accepted video submissions will be featured on the IEEE Virtual Reality Conference YouTube Channel.
Submissions to the Creative VR track should be artistic, creative, experimental, narrative, or journalistic in nature and produced in a 360-degree spherical format. Audio-visual immersion and user participation have the potential to heighten a viewer’s sense of presence and level of engagement with a presentation form that is closer to how we actually perceive and engage with the world around us. We are interested in originality and innovation in the design of immersive experiences. Video submissions in this track should be limited from 3 to 8 minutes in length and adhere to the additional specifications outlined below. Your video should also include a title slide at its beginning detailing the title, authors, and affiliations (similar to a typical presentation title slide).
Submissions to the Technical Video Track should be videos with intent to demonstrate preliminary results, consolidated researched results, works-in-progress, and research/technical demonstrations. We also invite video demos of creative VR experiences that have been documented and produced as a framed standard video. Technical video submissions should be limited to 2 to 5 minutes in length and comply with the specification outlined below. Your video should also include a title slide at its beginning detailing the title, authors, and affiliations (similar to a typical presentation title slide). Videos submitted in this category should be able to stand on their own, adequately present their topic, and be narrated in English. Submitters should be aware that selected videos will be included in the electronic proceedings and will also be prominently displayed during the IEEE Virtual Reality conference.
Special announcement to authors with videos related to their paper/poster submissions: Please be advised that although you may have uploaded your video content along with your submission through the process outlined through PCS; for any video content to be considered for either of these tracks, they must be submitted again separately through the process outlined within this call.
When preparing the video, please make it as professional as possible. Producing a video already requires a significant amount of effort, and spending just a little more effort to raise the quality can make a big difference. Submitted videos should follow the following guidelines:
Each submission must contain:
Each 1 page PDF abstract should include:
For more information or details on video submission, please contact the Video Chairs (videos2020 [at] ieeevr.org):