[Imageworld] CVPR2011 -- Now offering webcast/Virtual attendance
tboult at vast.uccs.edu
Tue Jun 7 02:59:16 CEST 2011
IEEE CVPR (Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition) 2011 is limiting
physical attendance to 1500. Given the demand we have also arranged for
a webcast for virtual attendance. Don't miss out on one of the the
best vision research conferences just because of travel costs or time.
Watch the talks live, or at your convenience, and get the papers months
before they will be in IEEE Xplore.
*Register to Attend the 2011 IEEE CVPR Conference Webcast***
*/** Features Live, Integrated Video, Audio, and PowerPoint Presentation
Streaming of all Conference Sessions over the Internet **/**/
Individuals who are unable to attend the 2011 IEEE CVPR Conference in
person will now be able to participate in the event by joining the live
webcast. All of the oral talks from both tracks of technical sessions
will be streamed live, with the ability for remote viewers to ask
questions. All Poster presenters will have the opportunity to post
videos for asynchronous viewing by virtual attendees. You will also
online access to papers during the meeting and receive a USB stick with
conference proceedings after the meeting.
*You can watch entire conference live on your laptop via the Internet.*
What to expect by registering for the webcast:
1.Ability to watch the conference live and be part of 1500+ attendees
2.Access to the webcast using your iPhone and other mobile devices with
3.Access to the archived videos of the conference for free,
4.Ability to discuss the technical sessions live online
To register, click HERE <http://www.weyond.com/cvpr/?page_id=20>.For
general 2011 IEEE CVPR Conference Webcast information, click HERE
The webcast is being made available by Weyond Conferencing and content
is copyrighted by IEEE CVPR conference. IEEE CVPR is co-sponsored by
IEEE Computer Society and U. Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Terrance E. Boult
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