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Graphics Interface 2005
May 9-11, 2005
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Call for Posters & Demos

Graphics Interface 2005 will take place in Victoria(British Columbia), May 9-11, 2005, in conjunction with the Computer and Robot Vision 2005 (CRV) and Artificial Intelligence 2005 (AI) conferences.

Graphics Interface is continuing its expanded format. GI 2005 will have even more Interface and just as much Graphics. This event consistently attracts high-quality papers on recent advances in computer graphics, interactive systems, and human-computer interaction topics from around the world. GI 2005 will be the 31st Graphics Interface conference and it is the oldest continuously scheduled conference in the field. A single registration will permit attendees to attend any talk in the three conferences, which will be scheduled in parallel tracks.

Poster & Demos submission deadline: Extended to April 5th!

Poster & Demo submissions are specifically requested in (but not limited to) the following areas:


  • Shading and rendering
  • Geometric modeling and meshing
  • Graphics in simulation
  • Image-based rendering
  • Image synthesis and realism
  • Medical and scientific visualization
  • Information visualization
  • Computer animation
  • Real-time rendering
  • Non-photorealistic


  • Computer supported cooperative work
  • Interaction techniques
  • Human interface devices
  • Virtual reality
  • Augmented Reality
  • Data Visualization
  • Information Visualization
  • Haptics
  • Multimedia
  • Mobile computing
  • Haptic interfaces


How To Submit A Poster Or Demo

The poster submission should include a 2 page extended abstract in conference format and a preliminary version of the poster layout. Poster boards are normally 4'x4'. If you require more space (i.e. 4'x8'), please include a justification in a covering letter.

Demos are also welcome. If you propose a demo, please indicate your preferred equipment and space needs, what you would bring and what you would need to have onsite. If your demo is associated with a poster, simply attach this information to your poster submission. If you are proposing a demo instead of a poster, your demo submission should include a 2 page extended abstract, in conference format, and your equipment needs (as described above). Note that it is best if you are able to provide your own equipment.

The preferred submission format is PDF. Please check before submitting other file formats. The preferred submission method is e-mail. Please send your submission as an attachment to a message addressed to, with a subject of "GI2005 Poster/Demo Submission". The message body should contain the title of the poster and the contact information for the main author. Please contact the Posters/Demos chair if you have any questions or concerns.

Contact Information for Poster/Demo Chair

Joseph MacInnes

Department of Math and Computing Science

Saint Mary's University

Halifax ,Nova Scotia

B3H 3C3

Tel Office: 1 902-491-6208

Fax: 1- (902) - 420-5035

Sponsored by the
Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society