CVMP, the European Conference on Visual Media Production (www.cvmp-conference.org), taking place on 12th & 13th November 2009 at the BFI Southbank, London, is putting out the final call for short papers presenting the latest research in media production.
Press Release from CVMP
London, 6th October 2009 – CVMP, the European Conference on Visual Media Production (www.cvmp-conference.org), taking place on 12th & 13th November 2009 at the BFI Southbank, London, is putting out the final call for short papers presenting the latest research in media production.
The 6th annual conference, which will explore the future of pixels, pipelines and productivity in visual media production, has also confirmed additional speakers, sponsors and media partners.
The deadline for the submission of one-page papers, presenting novel research-in-progress, is October 14th. Full details are available online, and short papers are invited from across the broad spectrum of visual media production, including: HDR imaging, pre-visualisation, stereo and 3D video capture and processing,, human motion capture, CG modelling, VFX, interactive media and games, digital image enhancement and content management. Submitted papers will be considered for presentation as posters in a special session.
With a stellar line-up of presenters from the motion picture and games industries already confirmed, CVMP will also feature the latest R&D from pioneering London post production facility Moving Picture Company, and Jurgen Stauder technical advisor for signal acquisition and processing at Thomson Corporate Research, global leader in solutions for the creation, management, delivery and access of content in the communication, media and entertainment industries. Additional speakers will be confirmed soon.
Sohonet, renowned provider of digital media networks and production services, has become the latest sponsor of CVMP, joining The Visual Effects Society and VFX software manufacturer The Foundry. Media partners supporting the conference include Post Magazine and Computer Graphics World.
Now in its sixth year, CVMP will bring together practitioners in media production from the film, broadcast and games industries with leading academics and researchers in imaging and graphics.
The two-day conference will provide a dynamic forum for the exchange of knowledge between researchers, media industry specialists and entertainment content creators working at the cutting-edge of visual media production.
To register for this unique conference, visit www.cvmp-conference.org.
Full Rate: £330 / Retired/Student £165