12th Annual Video Review of Computational Geometry
Part of the 19th
ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry, June 8-10, 2003, San Diego, USA,
in conjunction with FCRC 2003,
and sponsored by ACM,
The accepted videos are available online
for the first time!
Submission deadline has passed, and all videos have been reviewed.
See the list of accepted videos.
Final videos will be designed for NTSC video, the lowest common
denominator. See several NTSC recommendations.
Look here for details on the submission process
and allowed forms of submission.
Fri, February 7, 2003
Video submissions due
Fri, February 21, 2003
Notification of acceptance or rejection of videos
Tue, March 25, 2003
Final video abstracts due
Fri, April 4, 2003
Final versions of videos due
June 8-10, 2003
Video Program Committee:
- Erik Demaine,
- Fredo Durand (MIT)
- Steven Gortler (Harvard University)
- Piotr Indyk (MIT)
- Diane Souvaine (Tufts University)
- Seth Teller (MIT)
- Shang-Hua Teng (Boston University)
New Multimedia Category
This year, the 12th Annual Video Review of Computational Geometry
is trying a new experiment to encourage video or multimedia submissions.
In general, we are trying to make submission as easy and as flexible
as possible to make it more fun to submit a video.
The main differences from previous years:
Our goal is to make multimedia submission a painless process.
If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to
- You don't have to produce a video in the usual sense
(but you can if you want).
- You can submit a PowerPoint slide-show with a voice-over
(a built-in feature of PowerPoint), and we will turn it into a DVD movie.
- Or you can submit a program or Java applet that produces
animations on-the-fly, and we will record the output.
- If you produce an animation, you don't need to make a physical tape
(but you can if you want). We'll be producing a DVD in the end,
so if you prefer, everything can be electronic.
- In addition to appearing in the DVD collection, an accepted video has
a 1- or 2-page paper in the proceedings and a short presentation during
the conference (like last year).