The Second IEEE International Augmented Reality Toolkit Workshop (ART03)
Sponsored by IEEE Singapore Section
7th of October 2003
Nishi-Waseda campus, Waseda University
General Chair: Mark Billinghurst
Program Chair: Bruce Thomas
Publication: Adrian D. Cheok
Organizing Local Chair Jun Ohya
Demo Chair: Hirokazu Kato
Finance Chair: Christian Reimann
With the outstanding success of the First IEEE International Augmented Reality
Toolkit Workshop, we are inviting you to consider a submission to ART03.
Recently the fields of augmented reality and mixed reality have generated
intense interest among researchers, developers, and users in both academia and
industry. Augmented reality is showing promise as an exciting new form of human
computer interaction. As part of the phenomenon it has been witnessed that a
large group of researchers and developers around the world are using the public
domain ARToolkit for their research and development work, and in some ways is
becoming a common library for augmented reality research and development. The
uses of the AR toolkit have been seen in research and industry work ranging
from training, collaborative work, novel interfaces, teleconferencing, novel
multimedia, ubiquitous computing, computer games and computer entertainment.
Thus the purpose of this conference is to bring together the researchers,
developers, and users of the AR-Toolkit around the world to participate in a
unique workshop which will involve addressing academic and research issues
related to the ARToolkit, tutorials from the creators of the ARToolkit, posters
on applications of the ARToolkit in industry, media and academia, live
demonstrations of latest work, videos, and presentations on new codes and
extensions for the ARToolkit.
Submission Procedures: Submissions in the following categories are called for:
(1) Research papers: academic topics which relate to theory that would be
directly applicable to future versions of the AR toolkit, for example new forms
of tracking, hardware implementation etc. The paper will be reviewed and
published as an eight page paper in the proceedings.
(2) Posters: These will focus on all forms of applications of the AR toolkit
being used from universities to industry, from research, to games, to media
applications, with a brief paper (up to 2 pages) in the proceedings.
(3) Demos: These are proposals for live demos at the conference, with a summary
paper (up to 2 pages) in the proceedings.
(4) Videos: These will be placed on the video proceedings CD, as well as shown
at the conference, and will be related to all forms of applications of the AR
toolkit. A summary of 1 page will be published in the proceedings.
(5) Codes / Extensions: These relate to programming notes / hints / hacks that
will benefit the community, as well as extensions that have been written (for
example implementation on new machines / operating systems / Direct X codes
etc.). The author will also present a summary in the conference proceedings,
and optionally provide a longer tutorial for the CD. The codes presented must
be public domain and available for burning on the conference software CD.
Common for all categories submission dates:
Deadline for submissions: June 2, 2003
Acceptance notification: July 7, 2003
Camera ready due: July 28, 2003
Please send all submissions and enquiries to submission.art03@c ....... and see
http://www.art03.org for further information
Adrian David Cheok,
Christian Reimann, and
Assoc. Prof. Bruce H. Thomas Ph.D.
Director Wearable Computer Lab
School of Computer and Information Science
The University of South Australia
Mawson Lakes, SA 5095, Australia
phone: +61 8 8302 3464
mobile 0408 828 942
fax: +61 8 8302 3381
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