One-Day Workshop with IEEE VR 2006
Sunday, March 26, 2006, Alexandria, VA, USA
The recent flurry of display technology development has produced families of technologies that make fixed and projected pixels cheaper, faster, more flexible, and of higher quality. These advances enable smart pixels and enable a number of burgeoning applications ranging from displays being used for better and more flexible images, to user interaction, scene sensing, and environment enhancement. This one-day workshop should provide an opportunity to expand attendee thinking about ways to use contemporary display devices in VR systems and applications.
EDT 2006 Program (updated March 27, 2006)
EDT 2006 Proceedings (~6 MB PDF)
Multi-Projector Techniques for Real-Time Visualizations in Everyday Environments (Oliver Bimber)
EDT 2006 will be the second "Emerging Display Technologies" workshop. The 2005 workshop (affiliated with IEEE VR 2005) was a big success, with over 100 attendees enjoying a full day of technical presentations and spirited panel discussion. Here is a copy of the 2005 proceedings so you can get some idea of the presented work.
Andreas Simon (HGK/FHNW)
Greg Welch (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Mark Bolas (University of Southern California and Fakespace Labs)
All three co-chairs