CALL FOR PAPERS
Workshop on Object Orientation and VRML
in conjunction with the
Virtual Reality Modeling Language Symposium 1998
Monterey, California USA
Tuesday, February 17, 1998
Extended submission deadline !
During the last years the VRML community combined its efforts
to turn VRML 2.0 into the official ISO-standard VRML97. The key
industrial players concentrated on browser, tool and content
development. All this was necessary to make VRML a success.
Nevertheless VRML97 has still some conceptual deficiencies.
One of these is its weak support for object-oriented VRML
authoring. The goal of this workshop is to bring together
researchers, language designers, tool developers and authors
to discuss object-oriented extensions and modifications of VRML
and how OO methodologies can be applied to VRML authoring in
Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
- object-orientated language extensions
- interfacing/combining virtual worlds and object libraries
- inheritance hierarchies
- distributed objects and distributed/shared worlds
- OO analysis and design
Maximal length: 10 pages including tables and figures
|Submission deadline: ||
|Notification of acceptance: || 26.1.1998 |
|Final version: || 8.2.1998 |
Submitted papers MUST BE PRESENTED personally.
Electronic submissions should be send to email@example.com
Acceptable formats are Postscript, PDF or HTML. We prefer
electronic submissions, but authors who lack e-mail access
may send three copies of their paper to
Dr. Stephan Diehl
FB 14 - Informatik
Universität des Saarlandes
Postfach 15 11 50
Submissions should include the title, author(s), author's
affiliation, e-mail address, fax number and postal address.
In case of multiple authors, please indicate which author
is responsible for correspondence.
For more information on the VRML98 Symposium, this workshop
and possible extensions of the deadlines see:
|Chair: || Stephan Diehl || firstname.lastname@example.org
| Committee: || John D. Gwinner || email@example.com
| || SungWoo Park || firstname.lastname@example.org
|| Jean-Francis Balaguer || email@example.com