Call: JVRC 2012 – Joint Virtual Reality Conference of ICAT-EGVE-EuroVR


JVRC 2012 – Joint Virtual Reality Conference of ICAT-EGVE-EuroVR

Madrid, Spain, 16-19 October 2012

We would like to cordially invite you to consider contributing to the 2012 Joint Virtual Reality Conference of ICAT-EGVE-EuroVR (JVRC 2012).

In 2012, three conferences are merged together into the JVRC 2012 – Joint Virtual Reality Conference of ICAT-EGVE-EuroVR:

  • the 22nd International Conference on Artificial Reality and Teleexistence (ICAT)
  • the 18th Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments
  •  the 9th EuroVR Conference

JVRC is an international event which brings together people from industry, commerce, research including technology developers, suppliers and all those interested in virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality and 3D user interfaces to exchange knowledge and share experiences of new results and applications, show live demonstrations of current and emerging technologies, discuss emerging directions for the field and form collaborations for future work.


  • Scientific Track: original, unpublished long and short papers documenting new research contributions, practice and experience, or novel applications.
  • Industrial Track: best practices, project results and demonstrations of applications of VR/AR/MR in industry and non-academic application oriented research.
  • Poster Track: recently completed work, work in progress, or publicly presentable ideas for unimplemented and/or unusual systems or applications.
  • Demonstration and Exhibit Track: live demonstrations of past and on-going projects. Additionally, technology developers and suppliers, exhibitors, digital artists and members of the VR/AR/MR industrial communities are invited to exhibit and demonstrate the latest technologies and applications, in a dedicated exhibition area.


Please, consult submission details at the web site:

Papers and short papers will be allowed 8 and 4 pages respectively in the published Eurographics Workshop Series proceedings.

Accepted industrial papers, poster papers and demo descriptions will be published as an ISBN-registered CD.


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Human factors issues

  •     User studies and evaluation trials
  •     Presence and cognition
  •     3D user interfaces
  •     3D interaction metaphors
  •     Self-representation and embodiment
  •     Virtual humans
  •     Sickness and side effects
  •     Validity and fidelity
  •     Cost effectiveness and cost efficiency


  •     VR system architecture
  •     Collaborative and distributed VR
  •     Augmented Reality (AR) and mobile devices
  •     Mixed Reality (MR)
  •     Advances in display technologies
  •     Audio and Multimodal Interfaces
  •     Haptic systems and devices
  •     Tracking and sensing
  •     Real-time rendering, modeling & simulation
  •     Image-based 3D modeling and rendering
  •     Interactive and immersive multimedia


  •     Industrial applications
  •     Aerospace and Transport
  •     Construction and Architecture
  •     Manufacturing and Engineering
  •     Medical and Rehabilitation
  •     Product and Process design
  •     Training and Education
  •     Cultural applications
  •     Serious Gaming and Edutainment


Papers and Short Papers
May 15:    Abstracts Deadline
May 21:    Submission Deadline
July 2:    Notification of Acceptance
July 27:    Camera-ready Submission Deadline

Industrial Papers and Posters
July 6:    Submission Deadline
July 20:   Notification of Acceptance
July 31:   Camera-ready Submission Deadline

Demos and Exhibitions
July 6:    Submission Deadline
July 20:   Notification of Acceptance
July 31:   Camera-ready Submission Deadline

August 31: Earlybird registration deadline


Conference Website:

For any inquiries please contact us at:
or the specific related Co-chairs:


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