The 4th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Asia
Conference 12-15 December • Exhibition 13-15 December • Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre offers a full range of amenities to assist those with disabilities. Spacious guest lifts readily accommodate wheelchairs, and all entrances are ramped. Braille directory and teleloop system are installed in the Information Counters which are located at the Harbour Road and Expo Drive entrances. There are also tactile guide paths, specially designed toilets, and telephone booths. The Centre’s car parks provide bays reserved for drivers with disabilities.
Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)/Banks/Currency Exchange
Banking and ATM facilities are available at Ground Floor of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Bookstore (Convention Hall Foyer)
BreakPoint Books offers the latest and greatest books, CDs, and DVDs on computer animation, graphic design, gaming, 3D graphics, modeling, and digital artistry. The bookstore features recent books by SIGGRAPH speakers and award winners.
Note: Bookstore refunds will only be processed during the conference. All bookstore policies are those of BreakPoint Books and not SIGGRAPH Asia 2011.
A variety of restaurants are available within Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. For booth catering, please call +852 2582 7885 or email email@example.com.
Child care will not be provided at SIGGRAPH Asia 2011. Contact your hotel concierge for suggestions.
Conference Management Office (Level 1, Room V104)
If you have questions regarding SIGGRAPH Asia 2011, stop by this office any time during conference hours.
Exhibition Management Office (Level 3, Room G312)
Exhibition Management representatives are available during conference hours to meet with exhibitors and help with plans for exhibiting at SIGGRAPH Asia 2012.
Lost and Found (Exhibition Management Office, Level 3, Room G312)
To inquire about lost items during the conference, please proceed to the Exhibition Management Office. All lost items (including badges) should be turned into this location where they will be logged and stored until the conclusion of the conference. After the conference, all lost and found items will be turned over to the Security office of Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Merchandise Store (Mezzanine)
Your conference documentation (included with registration) must be picked up at the Merchandise Store. Conference documentation and pre-purchased merchandise will not be shipped, nor will refunds be given for any material that is not picked up at the Merchandise Store.
Open during registration hours. The Full Conference DVD and other merchandise items are also available for purchase here.
Parking is available in the two underground car parks located at Harbour Road and Expo Drive Central. Parking fees are HKD 24.00 per hour.
Speaker Preparation Room (Level 2, Room S223)
Please pick up your badge, registration credentials and conference information at the registration counter on the Ground Floor of Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Harbour Road Entrance, before proceeding to the Speaker Preparation Room. You can collect your Speaker Ribbons and prepare your presentations at the Speaker Preparation Room.
Wireless Internet Access
SIGGRAPH Asia 2011 provides 802.11a/b/g wireless network access in most areas of the convention center. To use the wireless network, attendees should have their own wireless (802.11a/b/g compatible) cards.
Please refer to your device operating system and client adapter documentation and follow this procedure:
1. Document all existing TCP/IP and wireless configuration information before you make any changes.
2. Configure your device to use DHCP.
3. Configure your wireless adapter network name (SSID) to be ‘sa2011’.
4. When prompted for the password, please enter ‘sa2011’.
The SIGGRAPH Asia 2011 wireless network provides communications for conference attendees. We strive to provide an infrastructure as good as possible. There is however restrictions to the bandwidth and amount of users the network can support.