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Final submissions must be received by: 12 March 2003, 5 pm Pacific time.


 
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[Submission Guidelines]
 
The Computer Animation Festival is a visual summary of the excellence achieved through the use of computer graphics and interactive techniques over the past year. It is an invitation to animators and filmmakers, scientific visionaries and engineers, artists and programmers, and students and teachers to participate in one of the premier events of its kind: the SIGGRAPH 2003 Computer Animation Festival.
 
Subject matter may include any form of visual representation that employs computer-generated imagery: animation, motion graphics, entertainment technologies, visual effects, scientific and medical visualization, interactive technologies, research and development, education, architecture, art and design, music, dance, interactive performance, narrative works, non-narrative works, experimental works, game development and design, commercial productions for film and broadcast, and student productions.
 
Real-Time Rendering
Moore's Law is in full effect: what once required many hours of processing by large arrays of machines is now achievable on hardware-accelerated home PCs in real time. The SIGGRAPH 2003 Computer Animation Festival encourages submissions of a real-time nature that illustrate the origin of their work through narrated explanations or other informational devices.
 
Submissions to Multiple Programs
The SIGGRAPH conference is about community. Education and communication are two important aspects of our community, and this year's conference aims to encourage them. One of the best ways to truly understand the techniques, inspiration, and innovation shown in the Computer Animation Festival is to learn more about them through presentations in other programs. In a collaborative effort, the SIGGRAPH 2003 committee strongly encourages adaptation of submitted work to multiple programs to enable the widest audience and understanding of the excellence that your accepted submission represents.
 
Acknowledgement of Receipt
Submitters will not be notified of receipt of submission packages. You must retain your shipping waybill number and contact your shipping agent to verify that your package has arrived at the proper destination by the posted deadline.
 

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