SIGRAD2011, 17-18 November, was a conference organised jointly between SIGRAD and KTH/VIC Sthlm.
Please find below most of the presentation slides from SIGRAD2011, that we have collected as a service to the participants after requests. We thank the speakers for kind cooperation. Some slides may have been removed for copy right reasons. The slides are only intended for the participants at SIGRAD2011 and will be available for a limited time period. Questions can be sent to Lars Kjelldahl, lassekj 'at' csc.kth.se
• Keynote1, Daniel Weiskopf: Continuous Statistical Visualization – Where Information Visualization Meets Scientific Visualization, this presentation will not be put on the webb, but the participants can get the slides through other means
• Visualization in ViSuCity, a tool for sustainable city planning, Yifang Ban, Pontus Jakobsson, Lars Kjelldahl, Ulf Ranhagen, not yet available
• Towards an Integrated Web-based Visualization Tool, A Comparative Survey of Visualization Techniques for Enhancing Stakeholders’ Participation in Planning, Pouriya Parsanezhad, Ulf Ranhagen, Yifang Ban, slides
• Assisted Environment Map Probe Placement, Matthäus G. Chajdas, Andreas Weis, Rüdiger Westermann, not yet available
• Accounting for Uncertainty in Medical Data: A CUDA Implementation of Normalized Convolution, S. Lindholm, J. Kronander, slides
• Geometry Independent Surface Light Fields for Real Time Rendering of Precomputed Global Illumination, E. Miandji and J. Kronander and J. Unger, slides
• Achim Ebert, Think big! - Usability of large screen environments, slides
• A versatile material reflectance measurement system for use in production, Gabriel Eilertsen, Per Larsson and Jonas Unger, slides
• Quantification of gaseous structures with volumetric reconstruction from visual hulls, S. Seipel, P. Jenke, slides
• Gestural 3D Interaction with a Beating Heart: Simulation, Visualization and Interaction, Gestural 3D Interaction with a Beating Heart: Simulation, Visualization and Interaction, F. Ioakemidou, F. Ericson, J. Spühler, A. Olwal, J. Forsslund, J. Jansson, E.-L. Sallnäs Pysander, and J. Hoffman, slides
• Multi-State Device Tracking for Tangible Tabletops, Ali Alavi, Brice Clocher, Allen Smith, Andreas Kunz and Morten Fjeld, not yet available
• Considerations toward a Dynamic Mesh Data Structure, S. Pena Serna, A. Stork and D. W. Fellner, slides
• Detecting Insight and Emotion in Visualization Applications with a Commercial EEG Headset, Daniel Cernea, Andreas Kerren, and Achim Ebert, slides
• Interactive Model Prototyping in Visualization Space O. Daae Lampe and H. Hauser, slides
• Jan Gulliksen, Where do Visualization meet User-centred design? – Exploring the tension between innovative design ideas and user preferences and innovation, slides
There will be a "Diplomutbildning i informationsvisualisering" 7-8 december, more info soon on the VIC Sthlm website.
Tuesday 10 november 2009, kl 15.15-17 på ”Torget”, plan 6, Lindstedtsvägen 5, KTH Campus, Stockholm, arranged by VIC-Sthlm och VIC-KTH.
Johan Averstedt presenterar QlikView. Mjukvaran QlikView <www.qlikview.com>, är ett framgångsrikt verktyg för affärsinformation. Qlikview har en vision baserad på enkelhet och demokratisering av information som ledde till patent inom associativ datahantering i primärminnet. Det är just associationsaspekten som förenklar och underlättar möjligheten att ha en dialog med informationen och enkelt klicka sig fram till dolda samband och relationer mellan data som tidigare var okända. Vare sig det gäller att fria upp kapital i industrin, reducera väntetider i sjukvården eller visualisera kreditgivningsprocessen på en bank så levererar QlikView transparens, överblick och insikt – enklare och snabbare än vad de flesta tror är möjligt.
Jonas Forsslund, Martin Flodin, Reflections from Blender Conference 2009, slides
Blender (and Blender game engine) is an open source tool for
modeling of static and interactive 3D environments.
Previous seminars during the autumn 2009
Wednesday 30 september, 10-12, E3, Osquarsbacke 14, floor 5
Mikael Jern, ITN Norrköping, Geovisual analytics, slides1, slides2
(seminar together with course at Geoinformatics, KTH)
Tuesday 20 october, kl 15.15-16, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
Stephen Peterson, ITN Norrköping,
Stereoscopic Label Placement: Reducing Visual Distraction and Ambiguity in Augmented Reality, slides
The use of stereoscopic disparity has been studied in the context of label placement in Augmented Reality (AR). Stereoscopic disparity, the difference in the two retinal images due to the interocular distance, is generally used as a depth cue by the human vision system. It also has an important role in visual clutter breaking, which is prominently illustrated through random dot stereograms. User studies have shown that a label placement algorithm using stereo disparity to separate overlapping labels, yields user performance comparable to existing algorithms that separate labels in the 2D view plane. At the same time, stereoscopic label placement is subjectively rated much less disturbing, and also does not allow for potentially ambiguous spatial relationships between labels and background objects. These findings are important for AR display systems where distraction and ambiguity of the overlay can negatively impact safety and efficiency of the system, for example future augmented vision systems for Air Traffic Control towers.
Tuesday 27 october, 15-16, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
Lars Kjelldahl, Gert Svensson, master thesis students, KTH, The use of VR for teaching in mechanical engineering and chemistry, slides
EU has given financial support to a "Tempus project" with Universities in Cairo, KTH and Nottingham, where the main idea is to buy equipment to Cairo and to develop software for the use of VR for teaching in mechanical engineering and chemistry. The main contribution from KTH has been through four master thesis works. We will give an overview of our work in the project so far.
Monday 2 november, 14-15, D41, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 3
Tommy Palm, Fabrication Games AB, Erfarenheter från spelprogrammering;C64 till iPhone, slides,
(seminar together with course on Computer graphics at CSC, KTH)
VIC was established at KTH in 2007 and continued through
- exchange of experience, including grant possibilities
- efforts to get grants establishing collaboration arenas
- efforts to get grants for joint equipment
- deepened collaboration with LiU in Norrköping
- regular seminars
The results so far (June 2009) are
+ an initiating full-day workshop for all at KTH interested in visualisation in March 2007, material below
+ The visualisation meeting place VIC-Sthlm - established in May 2009, with recent kick-off, 4 June 2009
+ Joint equipment grant for visualisation at KTH and at LiU, financed by Wallenberg Foundation, April 2009
+ Visualisation at all schools of KTH, see below, including 6 demonstrator grants, see below
+ collaboration with LiU established through making NVIS leader Anders Ynnerman affiliated professor at KTH
+ 30 seminars (organised by Lars Kjelldahl) and other events since 2007, see below, from now on together with VIC-Sthlm
For more information contact the VIC-KTH coordinator, Yngve Sundblad, firstname.lastname@example.org
15 juni 2009, mer info:
Visualisering genom bild och simulering. Hans von Holst, professor, School of Technology and Health (STH)
4 050 000 kronor
3 april 2009, mer info:
Visualisering av hjärtmekanik för förbättrad diagnostik, behandling och sjukvård. Lars-Åke Brodin, professor, Medical technology, STH
400 000 kronor
Utveckling av HOE för morgondagens autostereoskopiska display. Lars Mattsson, professor, Production Engineering, ITE
400 000 kronor
Maximerad nytta av 2D-röntgenteknik i kirurgi: Tracking och 3D-visualisering för ökad kontroll och förbättrad patientsäkerhet. Yngve Sundblad, professor, CSC
400 000 kronor
2 februari 2008, mer info :
Capturing and Visualizing Large Scale Human Action. Stefan Carlsson, professor, Computer Science and Communication (CSC)
3 000 000 kr
ViSuCity – A Visual Sustainable City Planning Tool. Yifang Ban, professor, Geoinformatics, ABE
3 000 000 kr
ABE: Geoinformatics & VR (40 MB PPT) - text (831 kB PDF) - Yifang Ban & Hans Hauska, ABE
Sustainable Communication (12.7 MB PPT) - text (40 kB PDF) - Charlie Gullström, SUS / ABE&CSC
BIO (8.3 MB PPT) (Bioteknik) Hans Ågren - video (7.9 MB)
CHE: Visualisation of molecular simulations (1.6 MB PDF) - text (440 kB PDF) - Alexander Lyubartsev, Chemistry, SU
CSC (96kB PDF) (Datavetenskap och kommunikation) Ingrid Melinder
ASTOR: An Autostereoscopic System for Spatial Augmented Reality (1.1 MB PDF) -
video1 (22.2 MB) - video2 (11 MB) - video3 (17.5 MB) - text (194 kB PDF) - Alex Olwal, PDC / CSC
Haptics (512kB PPT) Eva-Lotta Sallnäs, MDI & CSC
R1 (956 kB PPT) - Leif Handberg, Media / CSC
ITM (141 kB PDF) (Industriell teknik och management) Lars Mattsson
An Interactive Autostereoscopic Display Using a Holographic Optical Element (4.4 MB PPT) - video (884kB) - text (1.1 MB PDF) - Jonny Gustafsson, Production Engineering, ITM
SCI (7.5 MB PPT) (Teknikvetenskap) Philipp Schlatter - video1 (10.9 MB) - video2 (9.3 MB) - video3 (3.9MB) - video4 (72MB),
KCSE (2.1 MB PPT) Olof Runborg
STH (Teknik och Hälsa) (5.1 MB PDF) - Visualisering av numeriska metoder för kliniska tillämpningar - Hans von Holst, STH
A Haptic and Virtual Reality Temporal Bone Surgery Simulator (2.3 MB PPT) - text (85 kB PDF) - Magnus Eriksson, CTV, STH
June 5th: Dissertation - Alex Olwal
At 13.00 in lecture hall E1 Alex Olwal defends the thesis
Unobtrusive Augmentation of Physical Environments
with prof. Mark Billinghurst as opponent
Thesis with material
June, 4th, Kick-off, VIC-Sthlm, in lecture hall E1:
15.15 Inauguratiuon of VIC-Sthlm, KTH President Peter Gudmunsson, project leader Björn Thuresson
15.30 Steven Feiner, Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University,
where he directs the Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Lab:
Three Roles for Augmented Reality in User Interface Design
16.15 Kari Pulli, Docent, University of Oulo, and Research Fellow Visual Computing
and Ubiquitous Imaging team leader, Nokia Research Centre, Palo Alto:
Mobile Visual Computing
17.00 Mark Billinghurst, Professor at University of Canterbury, New Zealand and Director
of HITLabNZ (Human Interface Technology Laboratory)
Accessible AR: Bringing Augmented Reality to the Masses
Peter Ekberg, Methods for high accuracy measurements in images
Thursday 7/5, 15-17, room 4423, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 4
Abstract: When using a photo mask as original for making display devices as image sensors, mobile phone displays, LCD TV etc. the quality demand is extremely high. Very small systematical deviations in location or dimension of features on the photo mask will be detectable by the human eye on the final product.
Besides the manual visual inspection methods which is the most common technique used today image processing algorithms can also be used. The real challenge with these methods is to use pixel based images as input and create algorithms that are able to detect systematical deviations in location and dimension in the range 1/100 of a pixel or even better.
Model based methods such as Error function (ERF ) fitting or polynomial fitting of edges in images can some times be used.
Tricks, such as using slightly rotated images can be used for enhancing the resolution in cases when models are used for estimating the real shape of an edge in an image.
A model based method, however fails if the model does not reflect the optical transfer function of the system generating the image.
Another more statistical method, that does not include the usage of any models, has also been developed for precise measurements in images. By using this method it is also possible to optimize the numbers of pixels to be used in the image for the measurement, for a certain optical configuration of the image frame grab system. This data reduction is important since in the real case, as in a high speed production measurement tool, you need to handle a lot of images in real time.
Jens Boivie, Presentation of a software for information visualization, QlikView
Wed 22.4, 15-17, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
QlikView is a commercial software, see www.qlikview.com
20 March, 13.15-14, Filipe Marreiros, “Design of custom implants for large skull defects”, Visualization seminar arranged by PDC, room 22, Teknikringen 14, floor 3.
Abstract: Functional and aesthetically correct custom implants are extremely important for patients that have large skull defects (>100 cm2). We present a CAD tool that enables the design of such implants, for the neurocranium region. A combination of Geometric Morphometrics (GM) and special interpolation functions named Radial Basis Functions (RBF) in particular the Thin Plate Spline (TPS) are used to allow the semi-automatic generation of the implants. Our in-house Rapid Prototyping machine is capable of printing these implants, but unfortunately the printing material is not implantable. For this reason, as a first step, we have to generate a mold that will be used at a second step to fabricate the implant dedicated to surgery.
2-6 March, Compact Advanced Course, Fullday, Efficient Multigrid Methods in Computer Vision andMedical Image Processing, KTH CSC, Lindstedtsvägen 5, room 4523, arranged by CSC. Contact Michael Hanke, email@example.com if you want to participate. More information: http://www10.informatik.uni-erlangen.de/Teaching/Courses/WS2008/KTHMGCourse/
18 March, 15.15-17, A master course on visualization will start in room 1537, more information: http://www.csc.kth.se/utbildning/kth/kurser/DD2257/visual09/
18 March, 10.15-11, prof Yifang Ban, ViSuCity - A Visual Sustainable City Planning Tools, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
Abstract: With an increasing number of people living in or moving to cities, cities are growing and sprawling. Urbanization and the impact of human settlements are two of the main causes of global environmental degradation. Therefore, sustainable city planning has and will continue to have vital impact on global environmental and climate change. In planning processes, however, there are limited methods for efficiently sharing information and ideas throughout all phases of city planning projects among planners, architects, politicians, NGOs, private businesses and the public. Thus, development of effective 3D visualization tools to assist planners and decision makers is of critical importance for sustainable urban planning as well as effective communications to the general public. The overall objective of this research is to develop an effective web-based, interactive 5D (+ time+ sustainability) visualization demonstrator, ViSuCity, to support sustainable city planning in terms of information sharing, analysis, development, presentation and communication of ideas and proposals throughout the city planning processes. Parameters relevant for an integrated sustainable city planning, such as transportation system, infrastructure, energy, water and waste management, green structure, etc will be integrated to enhance the quality of both the planning process and the planning results.
Title: LISTEN Heavy Demonstrator to illustrate the potential and feasibility
of urban soundscape simulation and auralization
Peter Lundén, The Interactive Institute
Thursday 19/2, 10.15-12, KTH, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
Our VISION is that future urban planning as well as
architecture in general will be both visual and acoustic. In
LISTEN project a demonstrator based on acoustic
simulation and auralisation will be developed, prototyping
a planning tool for urban soundscapes. By this tool
architectural, noise control and sound design solutions for
improving urban soundscapes can be auralized at the
Peter Lundén from Interactive Institute,
one of the partners in LISTEN project, will present the
background and the simulation/auralisation technology for
LISTEN Heavy Demonstrator project approved in the first
Visualisation call by KK-stiftelsen, Stiftelsen för strategisk
forskning, Vinnova, Vårdalstiftelsen and Invest in Sweden
Ingrid Carlbom, Challenges in Multi-Disciplinary Multi-Media Research
Tuesday 10/2, 10.15-12, Torget, Ingrid Carlbom will talk for 45 minutes
Abstract: My research has been driven by three themes: it has been problem-driven,
multi-disciplinary, and often involved the natural sciences. I have worked
in three industries: the petroleum industry, the computer industry, and in
telecommunications, where I have collaborated with domain experts as well as
other computer scientists and engineers. I will describe some problems from
each of my three careers, focusing on (1) how the projects came about,
(2) why the problems were interesting, (3) why they were difficult, both
technically and sometimes socially, and (4) on the results. Only in a
couple of cases will I go into details of the solution.
Sami Matilainen, Designing a visualization tool
Tuesday 3/2, 15.15-17, Torget
Thursday-Friday, 27-28/11, starting 27/11 at 13.00 in room D3
Swedish Eurographics Chapter Conference
www.sigrad.se, With support from VIC
room D3/D1, Lindstedtsv 5, KTH
Conference on Computer Graphics and Interaction:
• Three Invited talks on interaction and visualisation
• Session on haptics with 5 talks
• Submitted papers on graphics and visualization
• Industrial talks, poster session
Thursday 20/11, 12.15-13:
Jonny Gustafsson, Industrial Engineering and Management, KTH
Holographic display techniques
M311, Brinellvägen 68
After the seminar there will be a demonstration of the holographic display.
Holography can be regarded as the "Holy Grail" of three-dimensional display technology. It has the potential to record and display what is essentially the full three-dimensional light field of a scene. Holography is, however, less suitable for real-time displays since it demands so much of the display medium and of data recording, storage and transfer systems. For real-time display is has, so far, been more fruitful to apply other autostereoscopic techniques.
In the seminar, I will give an overview of basic holography principles. I will also describe some other autostereoscopic displays and their relation to holography. Finally, I will describe and show our approach to making a real-time autostereoscopic display based on holographic principles.
13/11, 9.15-12, two seminars:
9.15-10: Mats Waltré: Presentation av visualiseringsdemonstratorutlysningen
Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
10.15-12: Ed Fontes, COMSOL
Visualization in Multiphysics Simulations
Abstract: Multiphysics modeling involves the basic steps of drawing 3D geometries, setting the physics for the model at hand, meshing, solving, and postprocessing the results. The use of good visualization techniques is critical in these steps. However, the techniques used in the current version of COMSOL Multiphysics are rather standard.
In my presentation, I will give a short overview of the modeling procedure in COMSOL. I will also present some of our future plans regarding visualization in multiphysics modeling. From here I would be very eager to hear your feedback and ideas regarding possible innovative improvements.
Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
Alex Olwal, CSC, KTH
Blending the real and digital worlds for an enhanced reality together with the seminars on Communication: culture, technology and Science (more info on those seminars: http://xml.nada.kth.se/media/Research/k-sem/k-sem-aktuell/)
Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
After the talk, there will be a possibility to experience some informal demonstrations of the work in our lab at Teknikringen 14, floor 5, see http://www.csc.kth.se/~alx/map. Please send an e-mail to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to attend the demonstration.Abstract: Augmented Reality (AR) is the concept of merging virtual information with a real environment. It presents an intuitive and direct user interface to annotate real-world objects without physically altering them, and AR has proven to be a useful paradigm in many different application areas, including medicine, maintenance and repair, architecture, and entertainment. Most traditional AR systems have however required encumbering equipment, such as head-worn displays, active or passive stereo glasses, and position and orientation trackers to produce the registered augmentation effect, which have prevented them from reaching a larger audience. Recent advances in a number of technological areas have inspired our research in unencumbering AR interfaces that support sporadic and spontaneous interaction with a seamless blend of the digital and physical. We base our interactive systems on spatially aware mobile devices, direct projection systems, holographic technology and immaterial displays. We will look at a number of example projects from the literature and from our own work, and conclude with an outlook of where the field might be heading with its current and future impact on visual culture.
Lars Kjelldahl, CSC, KTH
Information sources for scientific and information visualization
together with the seminars on Communication: culture, technology and Science
(more info on those seminars: http://xml.nada.kth.se/media/Research/k-sem/k-sem-aktuell/)
Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
17/10, 10-12, Morten Fjeld, Chalmers, Göteborg,
Human-Computer Interaction Outlook: Tangible and Tabletop Interaction
Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
Abstract: The objective behind Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs) is to allow users to interact with computers through familiar tangible objects, thereby taking advantage of both the rich tactile world and powerful computer-based simulations. TUIs give physical form to digital information, employing physical artifacts as both representations and controls for computational media. They greatly facilitate collaboration around intelligent tables, which we call tabletop interaction. At the t2i Lab (www.t2i.se) we are pushing the edge of interactive technology. We do this primarily by developing TUIs and large-display user interfaces that can support collaborative work, creative problem solving, and science education. Our areas of investigation include sensors, actuators, vision-based tracking, and software for multimodal user interfaces
19/9, 10-12: Lars Winkler Pettersson, Uppsala
Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 6
Abstract: Information visualization can make large amounts of data available in
real time and visual analytics often require collaboration and
expertise from people with different knowledge. The rapid development
of display technology provides novel ways of presenting information;
on the other hand, human perception and communication sets limits on
how information can be efficiently perceived and shared. My talk will
be on some aspects that should be considered when designing
collaborative systems for information visualization.
Wednesday June 4:
Full day visit to NVIS in Norrköping
Chartered bus leaves KTH at 8.15.
There will be a program in Norrköping, 10-15, including a free lunch (details to be given later)
We expect to be back sometime around 17.30
Limited number of participants, you need to register to email@example.com not later than 30 May.
(first come first serve)
Friday 23 May, 10.15-12, room E3
Visualisation - an important tool for (biomedical) image analysis
Ewert Bengtsson, Professor of computerized image analysis, Uppsala University
Abstract: Image analysis and visualisation are in a sense opposite activities; analysing images versus creating images. And as long as image analysis is aiming for fully automated systems there is very little relationship. But many image analysis problems are far from possible to automate completely and here visualisation and interaction becomes important system components. This is particularly true when the images to analyse are 3D or more, visualisation then becomes non-trivial.
In medicine the capacity of registering high resolution images in 3D and 4D (moving volumes) is developing rapidly creating increasing needs for effective tools supporting the analysis of the images to help prevent that the clinicians drowns in a sea of data. Also in many scientific disciplines multi-dimensional data is becoming increasingly common creating needs for new tools integrating visualisation and analysis.
In this seminar I will discuss these issues and present some illustrating examples from our work at the Centre for Image Analysis in Uppsala.
Wednesday April, 30, 10-12, D3:
Prof Helwig Hauser, Bergen:
Visualization and how it follows user tasks and data characteristics
Visualization has matured over about twenty years to an indispensable
technology for supporting user tasks such as exploration, analysis,
and presentation. A rich variety of approaches has been emerged from
the recent past of related research and an important reason for the
presence so many different solutions is that the specifics of the
required approach very much depend on the data and respective
characteristics (extent, dimensionality, type, organization), the
targeted user task, and the allowed complexity of the approach.
In this discussion we will look at the field of visualization from
a meta perspective point of view as well as at some selected concrete
Tuesday 18 March, 10-12, D3
Björn Leffler: “Film production at Pixar”
Thursday 13 March 10-12 and 13-15, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, plan 6
Lunch for those who register in advance (not later than March 10) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Robert Spence, Imperial College, London: Information visualisation tutorial
Author of Information visualization: design for interaction, 2006, ISBN: 0-1320-6550-9
Friday 25 January 10.15-12, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, plan 6
Seminar: Information Visualization. slides
Matt Cooper, Senior lecturer (universitetslektor), NVIS, ITN, Linköpings Universitet, Campus Norrköping
Abstract:Information visualization is rapidly becoming an essential tool for business and industry, and is finding ever more applications across these areas. Using methods to interactively explore data which is both very large and of high dimensionality, InfoViz techniques are frequently extremely mathematical and powerful, even though the resulting graphical representations used can often seem simple and even obvious. The techniques employed in InfoViz are also now finding many uses outside business - in the physical and social sciences, in biology, genetics and medicine, and in engineering too, where similarly complex data can also be common.
This seminar will focus on the nature of InfoViz and describe the classes of problems involved and the approaches used, using examples of specific algorithms and applications, and will introduce the audience to many concepts from this rapidly evolving research area.
Tuesday 27 November 10.15-12, Torget, Lindstedtsvägen 5, plan 6
Seminar: Grafikhårdvara, datorspel och visualisering - idag och i framtiden
Gustav Taxén, Forskningsledare, Avalanche Studios
Den här presentationen kommer handla om grafikhårdvara: hur den fungerar,
hur den används idag, och hur den kan komma att se ut i framtiden.
Presentationen kommer att illustreras med exempel hämtade från modern
Friday 19 October, 10.45-12, hall M3, Brinellvägen 64
Visualisation seminar with Lea Hyvärinen on Visual processing in the brain
Friday 5 October, 10.15-12, Sydvästra Galleriet, KTHB, Teknikringen 31:
Seminar with prof. Anders Ynnerman:
Visualisation at NVIS, Norrköping, and CMIV, Linköping
Abstract and references
Friday 11 May 10:00 hrs in Klassrummet (on top of Teknorama), Tekniska muséet :
Review of presentations March 23, Discussion of demonstrator applications ideas for June 7,
presentations of industrial contacts, presentation by call coordinator
N.B. We are all invited to a special how of Cino4 at 9:00 hrs
VIC-status-presentation (5.5 MB PPT), Haptics at HCI group (228kB PPT)
March 2007 - VIC start
Wednesday 21 March 10-17 hrs at MDI-Torget: Presentation and discussion around visualisation activities and initiatives:
Inbjudan, Minnesanteckningar, Schedule with references to texts and 18 presentations, Participants