NEW: Late-breaking Posters
A poster presentation is an opportunity for authors to display and discuss achievements that are not ready for publication or already published in other conferences. The poster session is always an integral part of MIG with specific time allotted for participants to view and discuss the work. All poster presenters will have the opportunity to give a one-minute description of their work during a poster fast-forward session.
Posters will not appear in the official MIG proceedings or in the ACM Digital library but will appear in an online database for distribution at author's discretion.
We encourage all types of poster submissions, including previously published work to increase discussion and dissemination. Poster abstract submissions should be no more than one page in length and should follow the ACM SIGGRAPH formatting guidelines (see below).
NEW: Industry MixerWe are also planning a Motion in Games/Games-Industry mixer on Friday 8th November. We are still in the process of finalizing the event and slots for game companies are still available. Our target this year is indie-game studios. If you know of a studio that might be interested, please feel free to contact our conference chair, Rachel McDonnell (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
Submission WebsiteMIG online submission system.
Submission InstructionsPapers should be submitted electronically using the online submission system given below. The review process will be double-blind, which means that paper submissions must be annonymous and include the unique paper ID that will be assigned upon creating a submission using the online system. Papers should not have previously appeared in, or be currently submitted to, any other conference or journal. All papers will be reviewed carefully by the International Program Committee members. Research can be submitted as a long paper (7-10 pages and a 20 minute talk), a short paper (4-6 pages and a 15 minute talk), or as a poster presentation (1 page abstract and presentation of poster at conference). Long papers should include a significant contribution to the state of the art. Short papers should include an augmentation or new application of existing work. Short papers can also contain the mature seeds of new research. Two types of work can be submitted directly for poster presentation:
- Work that has been published elsewhere but is of particular relevance to the MIG community can be submitted as a poster. This work and the venue in which it was published should be identified in the abstract.
- Work that is of interest to the MIG community but is not yet mature enough to appear as a short or long paper.