Call for Contributions
The ISS demo session provides a great opportunity for authors to present their prototypes, products, and applications to conference attendees. We will provide a virtual demonstration area where you can showcase your best interactive experiences and commercial products during the ISS 2023 conference. Our goal is to provide a highly interactive forum for lively discussions and hands-on experiences around the most exciting interactive technologies and installations.
- Extended Abstract, maximum 6 pages including references.
- Video figure showing the demo in appropriate detail and describing what attendees will experience (maximum 5 minutes).
- Formatting instructions: https://www.acm.org/publications/taps/word-template-workflow
- Precision Conference Submission: https://new.precisionconference.com/submissions?focus=iss23c
- Submissions are not anonymous and author names, affiliations, and contact information will be visible to the reviewing committee throughout the submission process.
ISS 2023 is going hybrid. Unlike in previous years:
- a video demonstration is required at time of submission
- a poster is not required as part of the submission.
Creative and innovative technologies and applications in interactive surfaces and spaces, including displays, input, and sensing technologies, interaction techniques, shape-changing devices, computer vision applications, audio–speech interfaces, wearable devices, visualization techniques, interfaces for public spaces, and more. Also, demos from industry (i.e., commercial applications and products) are highly encouraged.
You will get the opportunity to perform an online demonstration of your exciting projects and ideas to experts from both academia and industry during the conference. Your submission will be published and indexed in the ACM digital library as an extended abstract.
Demo submissions will be reviewed and selected by the demo chairs. Confidentiality of submissions is maintained during the review process. All rejected submissions will be kept confidential in perpetuity. All submitted materials for accepted submissions will be kept confidential until the start of the conference. Abstracts of invited demos from the papers track will not be reviewed. We want to showcase interactive technologies from all over the world and create a highly exciting event. We thus encourage resubmission of existing exciting demos.
Accepted demos will be demonstrated remotely by the authors to a live audience. At least one author is expected to present the demo during the times of the conference demo session and to interact with conference attendees. The virtual format of the demo session expands the capabilities of demo demonstrations in previous years, giving authors the opportunity to even demonstrate large-scale installations that could not have been brought to a conference venue.
Every submission should include:
- A submission document using the ACM TAPS Templates (single column), maximum 6 pages including references. Submissions should not be anonymized. Accepted submissions will be published on the ACM digital library.
- A video of up to 5 minutes long and at most 100MB in size.
The document submission should not be longer than 6 pages long, and must include all figures and references, and must be using the ACM TAPS Templates. The submission should include a description of the relevance of the work to the immediate ISS conference community, as well as to the broader ISS community, emphasizing its novelty, uniqueness, and rationale.
A video must be submitted along the written document, as it is the optimal medium to communicate your demonstration to the reviewers how authors envision their demonstration to the live audience at the conference. The video must be no longer than 5 minutes and must be less than 100 MB in size. Please make sure that your video is playable on standard PC and Macintosh computers. We recommend that you encode your video as an MP4 using the H.264 codec. Submitted videos may be used on the ISS website during and after the virtual conference. Be sure to have permission for all content, and use rights-free music tracks.
Demo submissions will be reviewed by the ISS demos co-chairs for the suitability of ISS and this year’s virtual format. Due to the nature of this year’s conference format, submissions will be particularly evaluated on the quality of the accompanying video and the potential for remote demonstration. Review comments will be lightweight and justify the outcome. There will be no rebuttal phase.
Resubmitting a demonstration shown at a previous venue is allowed. Authors are requested to mention that the work has been demonstrated at other venues in the PCS submission.
For each accepted demo, at least one author must register for the ISS conference. Authors will also be required to upload a still image as well as a 30-second preview video that will both be used to advertise the demonstration before and during the conference.
More details will be provided in the following weeks regarding the organization during the conference and the adaptation that will be implemented due to the virtual format of this year’s ISS conference.
Authors of (conditionally) accepted full papers are invited to participate in the ISS demo session to present the work described in their paper. To request a slot in the demo track, you need to have submitted a video that evidence that you have content suitable for live demonstration (e.g. a working system).
The demo chairs reserve the right to decline the demonstration provided the suitability for demonstration. Please let us know if you wish to demonstrate your work, and be assigned a dedicated demo virtual room by checking the box on your resubmission form.
Dmitriy Babichenko, University of Pittsburgh, USA
If you have questions about Demos for ISS 2023, contact the Poster Chair
Mon 6 NovDisplayed time zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada) change
17:30 - 20:00
|Augmenting Welding Training: An XR Platform to Foster Muscle Memory and Mindfulness for Skills DevelopmentBest Demo|
A: Tate Johnson Carnegie Mellon University, A: Ann Li Carnegie Mellon University, A: Andrew Knowles Carnegie Mellon University, A: Zhenfang Chen Carnegie Mellon University, A: Semina Yi Carnegie Mellon University, A: Yumeng Zhuang Carnegie Mellon University, A: Dina El-Zanfaly Carnegie Mellon University, A: Daragh Byrne Carnegie Mellon UniversityDOI Authorizer link
|Assisting the Multi-Directional Limb Motion Exercise with Spatial Audio and Interactive Feedback|
A: Tian Min Keio University, Japan, A: Chengshuo Xia Xidian University, A: Yuta Sugiura Keio UniversityDOI Authorizer link
|Demonstrating SurfaceCast: Ubiquitous, Cross-Device Surface Sharing|
A: Florian Echtler Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University, Denmark, A: Vitus Maierhöfer University of Regensburg, A: Nicolai Brodersen Hansen Aalborg University, A: Raphael Wimmer University of RegensburgDOI Authorizer link
|Holographic Sports Training|
A: Manuel Rebol American University, A: Becky Lake American University, A: Michael Reinisch Graz University of Technology, A: Krzysztof Pietroszek American University, A: Christian Gütl Graz University of TechnologyDOI Authorizer link
|Interactive 3D Annotation of Objects in Moving Videos from Sparse Multi-View Frames|
A: Kotaro Oomori The University of Tokyo, A: Wataru Kawabe The University of Tokyo, A: Fabrice Matulic Preferred Networks, A: Takeo Igarashi The University of Tokyo, A: Keita Higuchi Preferred NetworksDOI Authorizer link
|MarbLED: Embedded and Transmissive LED Touch Display System and Its Application Platform for Surface Computing with Engineered Marble|
A: Yoshito Nakaue , A: Chihiro Ura Kyoto Sangyo University, A: Hiroshi Kano Kyoto Sangyo University, A: Shigeyuki Hirai Kyoto Sangyo UniversityDOI Authorizer link
|MindfulBloom: Spatial Finger Painting for Mindfulness Intervention in Augmented Reality|
A: Sunniva Liu Carnegie Mellon University, A: Eric Zhao Carnegie Mellon University, A: Anthony Renouf Carnegie Mellon University, A: Dina El-Zanfaly Carnegie Mellon UniversityDOI Authorizer link