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ISMAR 2021 - Bari, Italy

ISMAR 2021 - Bari, Italy


The ISMAR 2021 symposium will be held in Bari, Italy.

General Chairs
Prof. Joe Gabbard
Prof. Joe Gabbard Virginia Tech , USA
Prof. Michele Fiorentino
Prof. Michele Fiorentino Politecnico di Bari , Italy
Prof. Antonello Uva
Prof. Antonello Uva Politecnico di Bari , Italy
Prof. Veronica Teichrieb
Prof. Veronica Teichrieb Universidade Federal de Pernambuco , Brazil
Journal Paper S&T Program Chairs
Daisuke Iwai
Daisuke Iwai Osaka University , Japan
Denis Kalkofen
Denis Kalkofen Technische Universität Graz , Austria
Guilame Moreau
Guilame Moreau IMT Atlantique , France
Tabitha Peck
Tabitha Peck Davidson College , USA
Conference Paper S&T Program Chairs
Maud Marchal
Maud Marchal Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires , France
Anne Helene Olivier
Anne Helene Olivier Renne2 University , France
Rafael Radowski
Rafael Radowski Iowa State University , USA
Jonathan Ventura
Jonathan Ventura California Polytechnic State University , USA
Lily Wang
Lily Wang Beihang University , China

ISMAR 2020 - Porto De Galinhas, Brasil

ISMAR 2020 - Recife/Porto De Galinhas, Brasil


The ISMAR 2020 symposium was held in Recife/Porto De Galinhas, Brasil.
Statistics
  • Attendees
    625
  • Number of Submissions
    302
  • Accepted Journal Papers
    18
  • Accepted Conference Papers
    87

General Chairs
Prof. Veronica Teichrieb
Prof. Veronica Teichrieb Universidade Federal de Pernambuco , Brazil
Prof. Henry Duh
Prof. Henry Duh La Trobe University , Australia
João Paulo Lima
João Paulo Lima Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco , Brasil
Francisco Simões
Francisco Simões Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco , Brasil
Science and Technology Chairs
Shimin Hu
Shimin Hu Tsinghua University , China
Denis Kalkhofen
Denis Kalkhofen Technische Universität Graz , Austria
Jonathan Ventura
Jonathan Ventura California Polytechnic State University , USA
Stefanie Zollmann
Stefanie Zollmann University of Otago , New Zealand

Awards

Career Impact Award Recipient(s): Prof. Dieter Schmalstieg, Technical University of Graz
Dieter Schmalstieg has had a profound influence on our field, and is most deserving of the ISMAR Career Impact Award.
Best Paper Award Mobile3DRecon: Real-time Monocular 3D Reconstruction on a Mobile Phone Recipient(s): Xingbin Yang, Liyang Zhou, Hanqing Jiang, Zhongliang Tang, Yuanbo Wang, Hujun Bao, Guofeng Zhang (Sensetime Research / Zhejiang University)
Best Paper Honorable Mention Award Spatial Presence, Performance, and Behavior between Real, Remote, and Virtual Immersive Environments Recipient(s): Nawel Khenak, Jeanne Vézien, Patrick Bourdot (Université Paris-Saclay)
Best Poster Award A Virtual Morris Water Maze to Study Neurodegenarative Disorders Recipient(s): Daniel Roth, Christian Felix Purps, Wolf-Julian Neumann (TU-Munich, University of Würzburg, Charité Berlin)
Best Poster Honorable Mention Award Evaluate Optimal Redirected Walking Planning Using Reinforcement Learning Recipient(s): Ko Tsai-Yen, Su Li-Wen, Chang Yuchen, Keigo Matsumoto, Takuji Narumi, Michitaka Hirose (National Cheng Kung University, National Taiwan University, The University of Tokyo)
Best Demo Award RetroActivity: Rapidly Deployable Live Task Guidance Experiences Recipient(s): Andrey Konin, Shahram Najam Syed, Shakeeb Siddiqui, Sateesh Kumar, Quoc-Huy Tran, M. Zeeshan Zia (Retrocausal Inc.)
Best Presentation Award at Doctoral Consortium Supporting Emergency Medical Services with Head-Worn Displays Recipient(s): Paul Schlosser (The University of Queensland)

Keynotes

Paul Debevec Google Research and USC Institute for Creative Technologies , USA Title: Shining Light between Real and Virtual Worlds
    Ramesh Rakar MIT Media Lab , USA Title: Augmented Surgeons and ‘Anatome’: AI & AR for IA
      Yvonne Rogers University College London , UK Title: Augmenting Cognition

        ISMAR 2019 - Beijing, China

        ISMAR 2019 - Beijing, China


        The ISMAR 2019 symposium was held in Beijing, China.
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        Statistics
        • Attendees
          455
        • Number of Submissions
          163
        • Accepted Journal Papers
          14
        • Accepted Conference Papers
          50

        General Chairs
        Qinping Zhao
        Qinping Zhao Beihang University, China
        Yongtian Wang
        Yongtian Wang Beijing Institute of Technology, China
        Henry BL Duh
        Henry BL Duh La Trode University, Australia
        S&T Program Chairs
        Shimin Hu
        Shimin Hu Tsinghua University, China
        Joseph L. Gabbard
        Joseph L. Gabbard Virginia Tech, US
        Jens Grubert
        Jens Grubert Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany
        Stefanie Zollmann
        Stefanie Zollmann University of Otago, New Zealand

        Awards

        Career Impact Award Recipient(s): Prof. Mark Billinghurst, University of South Australia
        Mark Billinghurst has had a profound influence on our field, and is most deserving of the ISMAR Career Impact Award.
        Best Impact Paper Award Recipient(s): Henderson, S. J., & Feiner, S.
        for the paper "Evaluating the benefits of augmented reality for task localization in maintenance of an armored personnel carrier turret."
        Best Paper Award ReconViguRation: Reconfiguring Physical Keyboards in Virtual Reality Recipient(s): Daniel Schneider, Alexander Otte, Travis Gesslein, Philipp Gagel, Bastian Kuth, Mohamad Shahm Damlakhi, Oliver Dietz, Eyal Ofek, Michel Pahud, Per Ola Kristensson, Jörg Müller, and Jens Grubert
        Best Paper Honorable Mention Award Animated Stickies: Fast Video Projection Mapping onto a Markerless Plane through a Direct Closed-Loop Alignment Recipient(s): Shingo Kagami and Koichi Hashimoto
        Best Poster Award Compact Light Field Augmented Reality Display with Eliminated Stray Light Using Discrete Structures Recipient(s): Cheng Yao, Yue Liu, Dewen Cheng, and Yongtian Wang
        Best Presentation Award at Doctoral Consortium Social Perception of Pedestrians and Virtual Agents Using Movement Features Recipient(s): Tanmay Randhavane

        Contests

        First Place of the VISLAM Challenge Recipient(s): Shaozu Cao, Jie Pan, Jieqi Shi, Shaojie Shen, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
        First Place of the VISLAM Challenge Recipient(s): Zike Yan, Pijian Sun, Xin Wang, Shunkai Li, Sheng Zhang, Hongbin Zha, Peking University
        Second Place of the VISLAM Challenge Recipient(s): Xinyu Wei, Zengming Tang, Huiyan Wu, Jun Huang, Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences
        Second Place of the VISLAM Challenge Recipient(s): Darius Rueckert, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg
        Third Place of the VISLAM Challenge Recipient(s): Jianhua Zhang, Shengyong Chen, Mengping Gui, Jialing Liu, Luzhen Ma, Kaiqi Chen, Zhejiang University of Technology
        Third Place of the VISLAM Challenge Recipient(s): Neo Yuan Rong Dexter, Toh Yu Heng, Pensees

        Keynotes

        Wen Gao Peking University , China Title: AVS3 -- A New Generation of Video Coding Standard for Super High Vision and VR/AR
          Xiaoou Tang SenseTime , China Title: AI + AR: Magic in the AIR
            Dieter Schmalstieg TU Graz , Austria Title: A Research Agenda for Situated Visualization

              ISMAR 2018 - Munich, Germany

              ISMAR 2018 - Munich, Germany


              The ISMAR 2018 symposium was held in Munich, Germany.
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              Statistics
              • Attendees
                448
              • Number of Submissions
                119
              • Accepted Journal Papers
                15
              • Accepted Conference Papers
                33

              General Chairs
              Ulrich Eck
              Ulrich Eck TU Munich, Germany
              Ottmar Hilliges
              Ottmar Hilliges ETH Zurich, Switzerland
              S&T Program Chairs
              David Chu
              David Chu Google, US
              Joseph L. Gabbard
              Joseph L. Gabbard Virginia Tech, US
              Jens Grubert
              Jens Grubert Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany
              Holger Regenbrecht
              Holger Regenbrecht University of Otago, New Zealand

              Awards

              Career Impact Award Recipient(s): Prof. Henry Fuchs, UNC Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
              Henry Fuchs has had a profound influence on our field, and is most deserving of the ISMAR Career Impact Award.
              Impact Paper Award Recipient(s): Wagner, Daniel and Reitmayr, Gerhard and Mulloni, Alessandro and Drummond, Tom and Schmalstieg, Dieter
              for the paper "Pose tracking from natural features on mobile phones"
              Best Paper Award FocusAR: Auto-focus Augmented Reality Eyeglasses for both Real and Virtual Recipient(s): Chakravarthula, Praneeth and Dunn, David and Aksit, Kaan and Fuchs, Henry
              Best Paper Honorable Mention Augmented Reality Interface Design Approaches for Goal-directed and Stimulus-driven Driving Tasks Recipient(s): Merenda, Coleman J and Kim, Hyungil and Tanous, Kyle and Gabbard, Joseph L. and Feichtl, Blake and Suga, Chihiro and Misu, Teruhisa
              Best Poster Award CNN-MonoFusion: Online Monocular Dense Reconstruction using Learned Depth from Single View Recipient(s): Wang, Jiafang and Liu, Haiwei and Cong, Lin and Xiahou, Zuoxin and Wang, Liming
              Best Demo Award A Low-Latency, High-Precision Handheld Perspective Corrected Display Recipient(s): Berard, Francois and Louis, Thibault

              Keynotes

              Henry Fuchs University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , USA Title: The XR Future - the coming utopia or a gamer's plaything
              Hrvoje Benko Oculus Research , USA Title: The Future of AR Interactions

              ISMAR 2017 - Nantes, France

              ISMAR 2017 - Nantes, France


              The ISMAR 2017 symposium was held in Nantes, France.
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              Statistics
              • Attendees
                330
              • Number of Submissions
                113
              • Accepted Journal Papers
                14
              • Accepted Conference Papers
                31

              General Chairs
              Guillaume Moreau
              Guillaume Moreau
              Anatole Lecuyer
              Anatole Lecuyer
              Deputy General Chairs
              Jean-Marie Normand
              Jean-Marie Normand
              Myriam Servieres
              Myriam Servieres
              S&T Program Chairs
              Wolfgang Broll
              Wolfgang Broll
              Holger Regenbrecht
              Holger Regenbrecht
              J Edward Swan
              J Edward Swan

              Awards

              Career Impact Award Recipient(s): Prof. Steve K. Feiner, Columbia University
              for significant impact over his career to the ISMAR community.
              Impact Paper Award Recipient(s): Georg Klein (Microsoft) and David Murray (University of Oxford)
              for the paper "Parallel Tracking and mapping for small AR workspaces"
              Best Paper Award SonifEye: Sonification of Visual Information using Physical Modeling Sound Synthesis Recipient(s): Hessam Roodaki, Navid Navab, Abouzar Eslami, Christopher Stapleton, Nassir Navab
              Best Poster Award Augmented Things: Enhancing AR Applications leveraging the Internet of Things and Universal 3D Object Tracking Recipient(s): Jason Rambach, Alain Pagani, Didier Stricker
              Best Demo Award 6D Object Pose Estimation with Depth Images: A Seamless Approach for Robotic Interaction and Augmented Reality Recipient(s): David Joseph Tan, Nassir Navab, Federico Tombari

              Keynotes

              Georg Klein Microsoft Corporation , USA Title: Registration on Hololens
                Marie-Odile Berger Inria Nancy Grand Est , France Title: Pose estimation for effective AR tasks

                  ISMAR 2016 - Merida, Mexico

                  ISMAR 2016 - Merida, Mexico


                  The ISMAR 2016 symposium was held in Merida, Mexico.
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                  Statistics
                  • Attendees
                    257
                  • Number of Submissions
                    79
                  • Accepted Journal Papers
                    7
                  • Accepted Conference Papers
                    23

                  General Chairs
                  Walterio Mayol-Cuevas
                  Walterio Mayol-Cuevas
                  Deputy General Chairs
                  Anabel Martin-Gonzalez
                  Anabel Martin-Gonzalez
                  Erick Mendez
                  Erick Mendez
                  Flavio Vigueras-Gomez
                  Flavio Vigueras-Gomez
                  S&T Program Chairs
                  Wolfgang Broll
                  Wolfgang Broll
                  Hideo Saito
                  Hideo Saito
                  J Edward Swan
                  J Edward Swan

                  Awards

                  Long Lasting Impact Award Recipient(s): Prof. Hideyuki Tamura
                  Long Lasting Impact Papers Award Spatially augmented reality (IWAR98) Recipient(s): Ramesh Raskar, Greg Welch, and Henry Fuchs
                  Long Lasting Impact Papers Award Dynamic shader lamps: Painting on movable objects (ISAR2001) Recipient(s): Deepak Bandyopadhyay, Ramesh Raskar, Henry Fuchs
                  Best Paper Award Towards Kilo-Hertz 6-DoF Visual Tracking Using an Egocentric Cluster of Rolling Shutter Cameras Recipient(s): Akash Bapat, Enrique Dunn, Jan-Michael Frahm
                  Best Paper Runner Up Gaussian Light Field: Estimation of Viewpoint-Dependent Blur for Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Displays Recipient(s): Yuta Itoh, Toshiyuki Amano, Daisuke Iwai, Gudrun Klinker
                  Best Demo Award EyeAR: Refocusable Augmented Reality Content through Eye Measurements Recipient(s): Damien Constantine Rompapas, Aitor Rovira, Sei Ikeday, Alexander Plopski, Takafumi Taketomi, Christian Sandor, Hirokazu Kato

                  Keynotes

                  Andrew Davison Imperial College London , UK Title: The History and Future of Visual SLAM
                    Steven Feiner Columbia University , USA Title: Mixing It Up, Mixing It Down

                      ISMAR 2015 - Fukuoka, Japan

                      ISMAR 2015 - Fukuoka, Japan


                      The ISMAR 2015 symposium was held in Fukuoka, Japan.
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                      Statistics
                      • Attendees
                        342
                      • Number of Submissions
                        103
                      • Accepted Conference Papers
                        22

                      General Chairs
                      Hirokazu Kato
                      Hirokazu Kato
                      Hideo Saito
                      Hideo Saito
                      S&T Program Chairs
                      Christian Sandor
                      Christian Sandor
                      Robert W. Lindeman
                      Robert W. Lindeman
                      Walterio Mayol-Cuevas
                      Walterio Mayol-Cuevas

                      Awards

                      10 Years Lasting Impact Award Recipient(s): Prof. Dr. Nassir Navab
                      in recognition of his important research contributions and the impact of his IWAR/ISAR/ISMAR publications between 1998 and 2004 (esp. for a series of papers on optical see-through HMD calibration for AR using the Single point active alignment method (SPAAM), ISAR 2000) and his pioneering work for over a decade on medical applications of AR.
                      S&T Best Full Paper Award Instant Outdoor Localization and SLAM Initialization from 2.5D Maps Recipient(s): Clemens Arth, Christian Pirchheim, Jonathan Ventura, Dieter Schmalstieg, Vincent Lepetit
                      S&T Best Full Paper Honorable Mention Live Texturing of Augmented Reality Characters from Colored Drawings Recipient(s): Stephane Magnenat, Dat Tien Ngo, Fabio Zünd, Mattia Ryffel, Gioacchino Noris, Gerhard Rothlin, Alessia Marra, Maurizio Nitti, Pascal Fua, Markus Gross, Robert W. Sumner
                      S&T Best Short Paper Award Efficient Computation of Absolute Pose for Gravity-Aware Augmented Reality Recipient(s): Chris Sweeney, John Flynn, Benjamin Neurnberger, Matthew Turk, Tobias Höllerer
                      MASH'D Best Full Paper Award Augmented "Ouch!". How to create intersubjective augmented objects into which we can bump Recipient(s): Nicola Liberati
                      Best Poster Award Haptic Ring Interface Enabling Air-Writing in Virtual Reality Environment Recipient(s): Kiwon Yeom, Jounghuem Kwon, Sang-Hun Nam, Bum-Jae You
                      Best Demo Award DOMINO (Do Mixed-reality Non-stop) Toppling Recipient(s): Ryotaro Hirata, Tomoka Ishibashi, Jianing Qie, Shohei Mori, Fumihisa Shibata, Asako Kimura, Hideyuki Tamura

                      Keynotes

                      Gudrun Klinker Technical University of Munich , Germany Title: Ubiquitous Augmented Reality
                        Julian Oliver Berlin , Germany Title: Art of the Exploit: An Introduction to Critical Engineering
                          Masahiko Inami Keio University , Japan Title: Superhuman Sports: Beyond Human Limits

                            ISMAR 2014 - Munich, Germany

                            ISMAR 2014 - Munich, Germany


                            The ISMAR 2014 symposium was held in Munich, Germany.
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                            Statistics
                            • Attendees
                              345
                            • Number of Submissions
                              87
                            • Accepted Conference Papers
                              33

                            General Chairs
                            Gudrun Klinker
                            Gudrun Klinker
                            Nassir Navab
                            Nassir Navab
                            S&T Program Chairs
                            Simon Julier
                            Simon Julier
                            Robert W. Lindeman
                            Robert W. Lindeman
                            Christian Sandor
                            Christian Sandor
                            AMH Program Chairs
                            Henry Duh
                            Henry Duh
                            Julian Stadon
                            Julian Stadon
                            Christopher Stapleton
                            Christopher Stapleton

                            Awards

                            10 Years Lasting Impact Award Recipient(s): Gudrun Klinker
                            in recognition of important contributions and the impact of the IWAR/ISAR/ISMAR publications between 1998 and 2004 (esp. for Fata Morgana - A Presentation System for Product Design, ISMAR 2002 and for Augmented Maintenance of Powerplants: A Prototyping Case Study of a Mobile AR System, ISAR 2001)
                            Best Long Paper Award Interactive Near-Field Illumination for Photorealistic Augmented Reality on Mobile Devices Recipient(s): Kai Rohmer, Wolfgang Büschel, Raimund Dachselt, and Thorsten Grosch
                            Best Short Paper Award Semi-Dense Visual Odometry for AR on a Smartphone Recipient(s): Thomas Schöps, Jakob Engel, and Daniel Cremers
                            Best Poster Award Utilizing Contact-view as an Augmented Reality Authoring Method for Printed Document Annotation Recipient(s): Klen Čopič Pucihar and Paul Coulton
                            Best Poster Runner Up Award Non-Parametric Camera-based Calibration of Optical See-Through Glasses for Augmented Reality Applications Recipient(s): Martin Klemm, Harald Hoppe, and Fabian Seebacher
                            Best Demo Award 3D Object Selection and Reconstruction with RGBD Sensor and Scene Understanding Recipient(s): Daniel Wagner, Gerhard Reitmayr, Alessandro Mulloni, Erick Mendez, and Serafin Diaz

                            Keynotes

                            Takeo Kanade Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh , USA Title: Smart Headlight: A new active augmented reality that improves how the reality appears to a human
                              Terry Peters Imaging Research Laboratories at the Robarts Research Institute (RRI), London , Canada Title: The Role of Augmented Reality Displays for Guiding Intra-cardiac Interventions
                                Tom Furness University of Washington, Seattle , USA Title: Seeing Anew: Paradigm Shifting across the Virtuality Continuum

                                  ISMAR 2013 - Adelaide, Australia

                                  ISMAR 2013 - Adelaide, Australia


                                  The ISMAR 2013 symposium was held in Adelaide, Australia.
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                                  Statistics
                                  • Attendees
                                    241
                                  • Number of Submissions
                                    103
                                  • Accepted Conference Papers
                                    26

                                  General Chairs
                                  Mark Billinghurst
                                  Mark Billinghurst
                                  Bruce Thomas
                                  Bruce Thomas
                                  S&T Program Chairs
                                  Maribeth Gandy
                                  Maribeth Gandy
                                  Simon Julier
                                  Simon Julier
                                  Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
                                  Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
                                  AMH Program Chairs
                                  Jay Bolter
                                  Jay Bolter
                                  Henry Duh
                                  Henry Duh
                                  Maria Engberg
                                  Maria Engberg

                                  Awards

                                  10 Years Lasting Impact Award Markerless Tracking using Planar Structures in the Scene Recipient(s): Simon Gilles, Andrew W. Fitzgibbon, Andrew Zisserman
                                  Best Paper Award Augmented Reality Binoculars Recipient(s): Taragay Oskiper, Mikhail Sizintsev, Vlad Branzoi, Supun Samarasekera, Rakesh Kumar
                                  Best Paper Runner Up Award Through the Looking Glass: Pretend Play for Children with Autism Recipient(s): Zhen Bai, Alan Blackwell, George Coulouris
                                  Best Paper Runner Up Award Image-guided Simulation of Heterogeneous Tissue Deformation For Augmented Reality during Hepatic Surgery Recipient(s): Nazim Haouchine, Jeremie Dequidt, Igor Peterlik, Erwan Kerrien, Marie-Odile Berger, Stephane Cotin
                                  Best Poster Award An Outdoor Ground Truth Evaluation Dataset for Sensor-Aided Visual Handheld Camera Localization Recipient(s): Daniel Kurz, Peter Georg Meier, Alexander Plopski, Gudrun Klinker
                                  Best Poster Runner Up Award Diminished Reality Considering Background Structures Recipient(s): Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya
                                  Best Poster Runner Up Award Anatomy Learning: Interactive Improvement of Kinect Skeleton Detection for Augmented Reality Recipient(s): Meng Ma, Pascal Fallavollita, Tobias Blum, Ulrich Eck, Christian Sandor, Simon Weidert, Jens Waschke, Nassir Navab
                                  Best Demo Award - Technical Achievement Mobile Augmented Reality - Tracking and Mapping Recipient(s): Qualcomm Research
                                  Best Demo Award - User Experience MindLight Recipient(s): Brian Mullins, Gaia Dempsey, Andrew Krage, Rajay Kumar, Greg Khachaturyan

                                  Keynotes

                                  Ivan Poupyrev Interaction Group, Disney Research, Pittsburgh , USA Title: Not Just Augmentation: How to Re-Make the World?
                                    Jun Rekimoto Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, The University of Tokyo , Japan Title: From Augmented Reality to Augmented Human

                                      ISMAR 2012 - Atlanta, Georgia, USA

                                      ISMAR 2012 - Atlanta, Georgia, USA


                                      The ISMAR 2012 symposium was held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
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                                      Statistics
                                      • Attendees
                                        284
                                      • Number of Submissions
                                        105
                                      • Accepted Conference Papers
                                        26

                                      General Chairs
                                      Blair MacIntyre
                                      Blair MacIntyre
                                      Greg Welch
                                      Greg Welch
                                      S&T Program Chairs
                                      Gerhard Reitmayr
                                      Gerhard Reitmayr
                                      Maribeth Gandy
                                      Maribeth Gandy
                                      Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
                                      Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
                                      AMH Program Chairs
                                      Sean White
                                      Sean White
                                      Jay Bolter
                                      Jay Bolter
                                      Henry Duh
                                      Henry Duh

                                      Awards

                                      10 Years Lasting Impact Award Marker Tracking and HMD Calibration for a Video-Based Augmented Reality Conferencing System Recipient(s): Hirokazu Kato, Mark Billinghurst
                                      Best Paper Award Live Tracking and Mapping From Both General and Rotation-Only Camera Motion Recipient(s): Steffen Gauglitz, Chris Sweeney, Jonathan Ventura, Matthew Turk, Tobias Hollerer
                                      Best Paper Runner Up Award Kinectrack: Agile 6-DoF Tracking Using a Projected Dot Pattern Recipient(s): Paul Mcilroy, Shahram Izadi, Andrew Fitzgibbon
                                      Best Poster Award Interface Design for an Inexpensive Hands-Free Collaborative Videoconferencing System Recipient(s): Nicolas H. Lehment, Katharina Erhardt, Gerhard Rigoll
                                      Best Poster Runner Up Award Toward a Practical Wall See-Through System for Drivers: How Simple Can It Be? Recipient(s): Yan Xu, Evan Barba, Iulian Radu, Maribeth Gandy, Richard Shemaka, Brian Schrank, Tony Tseng, Blair MacIntyre
                                      Best Poster Runner Up Award ClonAR: Rapid Redesign of Real-World Objects Recipient(s): Michael Csongei, Liem Hoang, Ulrich Eck, Christian Sandor
                                      Best Demo Award The augmented painting Recipient(s): Wim van Eck, Yolande Kolstee

                                      Contests

                                      Tracking Contest Winner Recipient(s): Fraunhofer IGD, Germany

                                      Keynotes

                                      Perry Hoberman School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California, Los Angeles , USA Title: Portable Reality: Expanding Available Space
                                        Shahram Izadi Microsoft Research Cambridge , UK Title: A New Era of Human Computer Interaction