Radisson Hotel Boston, Boston, MA
February 27-March 1 (Fri-Sun), 2009

Additional supporters:

Sponsored by SIGGRAPH
Supported by AutodeskSupported by Microsoft ResearchSupported by nVidia

Keynote and Capstone Talks

Banquet Talk (2/28/09)

Paper Presentation Prize

I3D 2009 will be offering a prize to the best paper presentation. The prize, courtesy of NVIDIA Corporation, is a top-end graphics card to be given to the best paper presentation at the conclusion of the conference.

Poster Presentation Prize

I3D 2009 will also be offering a prize to the best poster presentation. The prize will be graphics-related books, courtesy of AK Peters, to be given to the best poster presentation at the conclusion of the poster session.

Conference Registration

The conference registration site is now open at http://www.regonline.com/i3d2009. The deadline for early registration discounts is January 31, 2009. More information about conference registration is available here.

Conference Hotel

The hotel registration site is at http://www.radisson.com/i3d. The deadline for the guaranteed room rate and availability is January 29, 2009. More information about hotel reservation is available here.

Travel Information

The nearest airport is Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). You can easily get to and from BOS by riding the "T" Silver Line 1. (see here for more information)

Call For Participation (PDF)

ACM I3D is the leading-edge conference for real-time 3D computer graphics and human interaction. 2009 marks the 23nd year since the first conference gathering. We invite you to submit papers across the entire range of topics in interactive 3D graphics. The Fall deadline provides the perfect outlet for your summer work.

New this year, upon acceptance the best I3D papers will be invited to submit extended versions to appear in an IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG) special section on I3D 2009; revised manuscripts will be due in Spring 2009, additional details provided upon acceptance.

I3D topics include but are not limited to:

Paper submissions should be up to 8 pages in length and adhere to ACM SIGGRAPH style guidelines. The submission of a video to accompany the paper is encouraged. Papers will be peer-reviewed in a single-blind process and authors notified by e-mail.