the Creative Applications Lab?
The SIGGRAPH 2002 Creative Applications Lab (CAL) is an
interactive learning facility that showcases and expands
the conference programs. Content contributors can use
the CAL to:
Engage and facilitate the learning experience of SIGGRAPH
Enhance knowledge and skills through training and
development courses, specialized workshops, and organized
The CAL is the place where SIGGRAPH 2002 builds an interactive
environment with computers, related hardware, software,
and presentation technology in classroom, interactive
workshops, or lab environments -- configurations that
can be used to display and demonstrate technologies that
augment your content.
A highly skilled team of volunteers with a broad range
of professional experience will support contributors'
activities and install and maintain the software and hardware
infrastructure of the CAL. This team will partner with
contributors to provide a first-class interactive working
environment for SIGGRAPH 2002 attendees.
Who participates in the CAL?
Presenters from Courses, Web Graphics, and the
What should I submit to the
Content or presentations that require the unique CAL facilities
and that are best served through an interactive environment.
How do I submit my work to the
When you complete a submission & authorization form for
another SIGGRAPH 2002 program, check the box that indicates
that you would like to present your work in the CAL. If
your work is accepted, the CAL committee will contact
you to discuss how your work can be presented.
The CAL is dependent on the generosity of the computer
graphics industry for hardware and software that supports
the lab's facilities and services. If you feel that you
can contribute to the CAL, please contact: Tony
A summary of what you will receive if your work is accepted
by SIGGRAPH 2002.
SIGGRAPH 2002 Creative Applications Lab Chair
National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign