Discount offered to UCF colleagues

Simulation scientists and engineers on October 19 convene at the downtown Orlando Marriott for a three-day symposium noted as the “premier international meeting place for mixed and augmented reality science and technology,” ISMAR’09.

Conference organizers, IEEE/ACM have offered UCF colleagues a discount on registration. Early registrations by September 15 will earn an additional discount.

The symposium is of principal interest to research scientists, artists, entrepreneurs, content producers and students who are “inventing or innovating with the latest state-of-the-art Mixed and Augmented Reality.”

“The conference brings in from around the world the best scientific minds in mixed and augmented reality research,” said Co-Chair Christopher Stapleton. “The addition of the new arts and humanities program will add even more depth to the proceedings.”

Programs will cover diverse application domains and the latest achievements in technology and scientific discoveries. Arts and humanities dimension added this year will focus on creative expression and innovative design.

The symposium’s traditional offering is its highly respected “Scientific & Technology” program, which will include research paper presentations and hands-on demonstrations. Comprehensive tutorials, workshops, receptions and other stimulating activities will round out the experience for attendees.

For discount code needed for UCF discounts, contact Christopher Stapleton, General Co-Chair,