Call for Papers

We invite contributions that address themes related to Immersive Media. Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Perceptual Immersion and multisensory interaction (including smell, taste and touch)
  • Audiovisual Immersion: 3D, panoramic, and holographic video, spatial and stereoscopic audio
  • Augmented reality enhancing current perception of immersion
  • Immersive TV, film and cinema
  • Multisensory telecommunication
  • Participatory media experiences including user generated content, collaborative scenarios and crowdsourcing
  • Personalization and context-aware adaptation in immersive scenarios
  • Enabling technologies and formats
  • Immersive media applications
  • Quality of experience in multiview environments
  • Emotions and affective interaction for immersive media
  • Social aspects in new media services
  • Field trials and user studies of immersive media
  • Design and evaluation of immersive media experiences

The workshop welcomes submissions of full papers, as well as short papers reporting new, unpublished, original research. Full papers should not exceed 6 pages and be formatted using ACM guidelines. Short papers should be described using the same format and should not exceed 4 pages.

Papers will be reviewed in a double-blind procedure by the international program committee. At least 3 reviewers will be assigned to each paper. Papers will be judged on their relevance, novelty, scientific contribution, technical content, and clarity of presentation.

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings on the ACM Digital Library. Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for publication in a Special Issue of a Top Ranked Multimedia Journal.