15th International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence

December 5th-8th, 2005, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Call For Participation

ICAT 2005 will run technical sessions covering conventional VR areas and new emerging areas related to Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Ubiquitous Computing, Wearable Computing and Intelligent/Humanoid Robotics with a lineup of Invited Talks, Special Sessions, Tutorials, Workshops and Media Technology/ Art Exhibitions.

Researchers are invited to submit full and short papers, and poster abstracts, on all aspects of innovative theory and application aspects of Virtual Reality and Telexistence.

Topics include but are not limited to:

Artificial Reality / Virtual Reality Teleoperation / Telexistence /Telepresences
Augmented Reality / Mixed Reality Real Time Computer Simulation
Ubiquitous/Wearable Computing Visual and Auditory Displays
Anthropomorphic Intelligent Robotics Software Architecture for VR
Immersive Projection Technology Tools and Techniques for Modeling VR Systems
Virtual Heritage Motion Tracking
Communication with Realistic Sensations Innovative Applications of VR
Haptics Evaluation of VR Techniques and Systems
Multimodal Human Interfaces VR Interaction and Navigation Techniques
Artificial Life Distributed and Collaborative VR Systems
Retro-reflective Projection Technology VR Input and Output Devices
Virtual Medicine and Health Science Human Factors of VR
Interactive Art and Entertainment VR and Media Art

See the Submission page for more information.