SIGGRAPH ASIA 2010 Publishes Computer Animation Festival and Tech Paper Video Trailers

SIGGRAPH Asia, coming this December 15-18 in Seoul, South Korea, has published their Computer Animation Festival and Technical Papers video trailers.

SIGGRAPH Asia, coming this December 15-18 in Seoul, South Korea, has published their Computer Animation Festival and Technical Papers video trailers.

The third edition of SIGGRAPH Asia's Computer Animation Festival presents the year's finest achievements in computer animation and visual effects by artists, designers, researchers, and scientists from around the world. A distinguished international jury reviews hundreds of submissions and selects the best of the best for:

A two-hour overview of the best animations, visual effects, and scientific visualizations produced in the last year. The jury assembled this show to represent the must-see works in computer graphics for 2010. The Electronic Theater also includes a few pieces shown by special invitation. On opening night, 16 December, the Electronic Theater begins with presentation of the Computer Animation Festival's Best of Show and Best Technical Awards.

A more in-depth look at the world of animation, visual effects, and scientific visualization over the last year. In the Animation Theater, all-day shows present outstanding works from around the world selected by the Computer Animation Festival's jury.

You can find the latest information about Computer Animation Festival at the SIGGRAPH website

The SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 Technical Papers program is a premier international forum for presenting new research results in computer graphics and interactive techniques. Leading international experts from Asia and all over the world present the best results in peer-reviewed research in fluid, character, and crowd animation; sampling and filtering; geometric and volumetric reconstruction, modeling and rendering; computational imaging and video; and imaging hardware.

The following papers are published in the December 2010 issue of ACM Transactions on Graphics, which is available online to subscribers to the ACM Digital Library. The article numbers listed in the session page links below will help you locate the text of these papers in the Digital Library, as well as any auxiliary materials the authors have supplied.

You can find the latest information about Technical Papers at the SIGGRAPH website

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