Posters and demonstrations provide an interactive forum in which authors can present work to conference attendees in the evening. This venue provides an opportunity to describe new work or work that is still in progress, and will be more lightly reviewed than papers. Presentations may include any combination of a poster, video, or live demonstration. Easels and boards will be available for posters, but demonstrations and videos should use the presenter's personal laptop, as no supporting equipment will be available from the conference.
Submissions must include a two-page abstract and a brief description of the planned presentation:
Abstract The two-page abstract must be written in IEEE Conference Proceedings format and submitted as a PDF file. Describe the research problem, contribution, and value to VL/HCC attendees. NOTE This year’s conference format is different from those of previous years, so be sure you are using the new format.
Brief Description The brief description of the presentation should be submitted as a PDF document, separate from the abstract. Its contents may vary depending on the type of presentation. Poster submissions should include a sketch of the planned poster. Demonstrations and video submissions may include a textual description of the presentation; however, we encourage authors to also include a preliminary video. Submitted videos should be at most 4 minutes long, and they may be submitted either as a URL to a publicly accessible site (i.e., without any password or login needed) or as an attached file no larger than 20 MB.
E-mail submissions for posters and demos to email@example.com
Abstracts will normally be printed in the proceedings and be included in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library, just like full and short papers. However, authors may elect to withhold official publication in case they want to avoid any possible conflict with another archival publication.
Despite the restrictions on videos accompanying a submission, the actual videos and demonstrations presented at the conference may be of any length.
Posters should be printed in advance and brought to the conference. We will provide poster stands with a solid backing and a method of attaching the posters to the stands. We expect to be able to accommodate posters of up to 30 inches by 40 inches (either vertical or horizontal).