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Everything you can imagine is real.

The Sketches program is one of the most dynamic programs of the annual SIGGRAPH conference, providing a forum for ideas, techniques, and uses of computer graphics and interactive techniques.

Every year, an eclectic mix of researchers, artists, animators, and programmers share their experiences and show their ideas. Sketches cover a broad spectrum of topics in art, design, science, and engineering, and include provocative speculation, academic research, industrial development, practical tools, and behind-the-scenes explanations of commercial and artistic works.

Sketches are presentations, about 20 minutes long, followed by about five minutes for questions. Sketch sessions are organized by topic in groups of four or five sketches and chaired by a member of the review committee.

We welcome submissions from artists, animators, developers, and researchers. Whether you are developing new techniques or using existing ones in novel ways, we want to hear from you. We encourage submissions from academia and industry, as well as independent work. International contributions are especially welcome.

Be a part of this exciting exchange of ideas and techniques. Contribute your sketch proposal to SIGGRAPH 2005!

Juan Buhler
SIGGRAPH 2005 Sketches Chair