Sunday, April 08, 2012

Find: Only Four Days for SIGGRAPH 2012 Real-Time Live Submissions

Probably too late for a submission this year, but good to know about this relatively new event at siggraph. 

Real-Time Rendering

One of the best SIGGRAPH venues for showing off real-time rendering applications, Real-Time Live, has a deadline on April 9th – just four days away.

SIGGRAPH Real-Time Live is a showcase of the very best real-time graphics of the year, running live before a large audience of the world’s top graphics researchers and practitioners.

Presentations are about 5-10 minutes long, and typically involve one presenter running the application while another discusses some key technical features. The trailer can give an idea as to what these presentations are like. Previous year’s Real-Time Live presentations have included games such as “God of War III”, “Fight Night”, and “Blur”, graphics demos from GPU & engine vendors as well as the demoscene, and other cutting-edge examples of the best of real-time graphics – scientific visualization, medical imaging, you name it.

The deadline is only 3-4 days away, but fortunately submission to the program is easy, requiring only five minutes of footage and filling out some web forms. If you’ve worked on any kind of real-time graphics application, you may want to consider submitting it to this unique program.

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