|Event Date/Time: Feb 19, 2001||End Date/Time: Feb 22, 2001|
After the successful Web3D/VRML Symposia in San Diego (1995), Monterey (1997, 1998, 2000) and Paderborn (1999) the world's leading scientific/technological event in the field of Web3D will again be held in Europe.The duration of the conference is four days: the first two will consist of courses and workshops, and the second two days will feature peer-reviewed papers and panels. A variety of different events will be organized during the evenings.
Web3D 2001 will accept papers in the following three categories: applications, research, and systems. All content must be innovative and meaningful to the advancement of 3D technologies on the web. An international program committee will review all submitted papers. Papers should be submitted in electronic form. Please note the Web3D2001 submission guidelines
Short video submissions complimenting a technical paper will be considered for the inclusion in a tape loop. The video will run in the Web3D 2001 lobby.
Ideally, panels should address current issues in the Web3D community. Panels should present topics of interest to the audience; have informed, opinionated, controversial speakers; and feature focused, structured discussions.
Workshops and Courses
Web3D 2001 is accepting applications for workshops and courses providing instruction exposure to techniques and uses of Web3D technologies.
No true Web3D event is complete without the legendary Web3D RoundUp! Each presenter must give their demonstration within a five-minute period. The audience has the ability to judge the presentation and control its duration.
There will be an exhibition at Web3D 2001. Similar conditions apply as in previous conferences. New products, innovative tools and other high-performance Web3D technology are sought for display.
Paper 13 Oct 2000
Notification of Acceptance 24 Nov 2000
Video submission 14 Jan 2001
Panel submission 17 Nov 2000
Workshops submission 17 Nov 2000