The 23rd Int’l Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia will be held October 30th – November 2nd 2017 in Ireland at University College Dublin, with Special Workshops and Cultural Tours on November 3rd – 5th in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

VSMM2017 will explore ground-breaking applications of new media, VR, sensing, and imaging in creative societies. Some 30 years after the dawn of VR, with a new boom in virtual devices, products and applications, it is an apt moment to look “Back to the Future” and examine the potentials and pitfalls of VR, AR and 3D technologies. With virtual and 3D technology entering health to tourism, games to manufacturing, and art to entertainment, deep issues and questions arise.

The Conference will bring together researchers and academics, creative industry professionals and technologists, futurists and students to explore where virtual and 3D technologies have been and are taking us. Experts in the arts and culture, heritage and museums, design and engineering, architecture and planning, health and inclusion, and computing and digital systems are invited to gather to present, discuss, debate and learn.

VSMM2017 is hosted by: SMARTlab – The Inclusive Design Research Centre of Ireland & the College of Engineering & Architecture at University College Dublin

In association with: the ACM Distinguished Speakers Series

With support from: Creative Ireland, VR First and All These Worlds

And with regional activities: hosted in Belfast, Northern Ireland by Ulster University, & the University of Nottingham Ningbo China’s NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality

Best papers to be invited to a Special Issue of the Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments journal (http://www.mitpressjournals.org/loi/pres) around the theme of Digital Realities / Digital Materialisation

Conference Website: http://www.vsmm.org

Submit here: http://vsmm.org/for-submitters/paper-submission-2/

VSMM 2017 Organising Committee

(Original post by Eugene Ch’nghttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cfp-vsmm2017-international-conference-extended-abstract-eugene-ch-ng)

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SMARTlab team members to present tonight at Dogpatch Labs, for the Learning Tech Labs series organised by David Pollard.
Speakers include keynotes by Prof Lizbeth Goodman (Chair of Creative Tech Innovation, UCD)  and Dr Kevin Kodil (Research Fellow, Trinity College Computer Science Dept.). SMARTlab and IDRC team members contributing to this discussion of Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Stupidity include  Tara O’Neill (SMARTlab PhD candidate).
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Professor Lizbeth Goodman, co-Chair IFIP Games Accessibility Technical Committee, is speaking today in Paris on The History and Herstory of VR!

Lizbeth is Chair of the IEEE VSMM conference for 2017, and is also Co-Chair of the Game Accessibility Working Group for IFIP

Related links:

http://www.ifip.org/bulletin/bulltcs/tc14_aim.htm#wg149

http://cedric.cnam.fr/~dupirej/IFIP-WG14.9/index.html

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SMARTlab Kerry hosted another six day intensive PhD seminar, to bring a global community of vibrant research and innovation to the Iveragh Peninsula!

Follow the links for the news coverage of the event:

http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/event-looks-to-lift-confidence-on-skellig-coast-hit-by-emigration-443782.html

http://www.radiokerry.ie/smartlab-conference-attracts-phd-students-leading-academics-cahersiveen/

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samhavi1990’s – Jutta Treviranus – Inclusive Design ToolkitAt the beginning of her career, for the first personal computers – the Apple II Plus, the Tandy Model 100, the Texas Instruments computers, and later the Commodore 64 and Vic 20 – Treviranus designed alternative access systems for people with disabilities. She was assisted by experts at the University of Washington, the National Research Council Rehabilitation Technology Unit and the Microcomputer Application Program at the Hugh MacMillan Centre.

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