DemoDaySs12

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Demo Day Summer 2012

Veranstaltumg am 17. Juli 2012
Prof. Gudrun Klinker, Ph.D. (with Manuel Huber and Christian Waechter)

General Information

The Demo Day of the Fakultät für Informatik aims to provide a platform for exceptional student projects to be presented to a broader audience.

Students have the opportunity to present interesting demonstrations and results obtained in the context of courses, exercises or other activities and discuss these with a broad range of visitors.

The presentations each consist of a conference-style "one minuite madness" introduction and a demo- or poster-presentation afterwards.

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Summer semester 2012

The Demo Day of the summer semester 2012 will take place on 17. July 2012. Students will present their current projects in the context of different teaching or research activities.

Time & Location

The Demo Day will take place on 17. July 2012.
  • Presentations: 16:00 - 17:15, Room: HS2 (00.04.011)
  • Posters/Demos: 17:30 - 20:00 in the main hall, in front of HS2 (00.04.011)

List of topics

The demonstrations will from the following topics, but not limited to

  • Projects developed in the course "Game Engine Design"
  • Projects from the exercises "3D User Interfaces"
  • Projects from the practical course 'Game Physics'
  • High detailed terrain rendering in an immersive environemnt

List of Projects

Number Name Table slot Seat for presenter in HS2
1 Super Brick Ball 12a row 1, seat 1
2 Play 3D Drums 12b row 1, seat 2
3 Paint3d 11a row 1, seat 6
4 Virtual Rubics Cube 11b row 1, seat 5
5 3D Tower Defense (3D-UI) 10a row 1, seat 7
6 Sheep-Toss 10b row 1, seat 8
7 RTS-Table Top 18 row 1, seat 12
8 3D Tower Defense (AR Lab course) 17 row 1, seat 11
9 Star Mining 16 row 2, seat 1
10 Lecture: Game Engine Design 5 row 2, seat 2
11 Vota 4 row 2, seat 16
12 Arcade Racing-Game 9a row 2, seat 15
13 Bounding Volume Hierarchies 9b row 3, seat 1
14 Parallelization using Open-MP 8a row 3, seat 2
15 Network Physics 8b row 3, seat 17
16 Modeling and visualization 7a row 3, seat 16
17 Ragdoll Physics 7b row 4, seat 1
18 A parallel server for adaptive geoinformation in computational fluid dynamics 6a row 4, seat 2
19 Fast & Robust Background Subtraction 15a row 4, seat 16
20 Combining RGB and Depth Cameras in Interactive Surface Environments 15b row 4, seat 15
21 Exergotchi 13 row 5, seat 1
22 Gestick-Board 14a row 5, seat 2
23 Fog of Triage 14b row 5, seat 15
24 Broomball 6b row 5, seat 14
25 FRAVE-Demonstrations iTüpferl  

Information for participants

  • For registration, please send a short notice with your project name and the members of your team to Manuel Huber

  • Presentation: each participating project will be presented in a 1-minute teaser-presentation, consisting of 1 slide
  • The presentation should be given in english
  • Do not use any animations/multiple pages in your slides. You will not have direct control over your presentation.
  • Please send this slide to Manuel Huber
  • Please use the template for the presentation slide (see below)

  • Each project has to give either a poster- or a demo-presentation in the main hall (poster+demo also possible)
  • If you want your poster printed (A1), please send the poster in A1 format to Manuel Huber
  • Please use the template for the poster (see below)
  • Please do not use videos on your slides.

  • You get 1/2 table demo space plus opportunity to put up your poster
  • Please send additional requirements (such as power, bright/dark lighting preferences, additional space, etc.) to Manuel Huber
  • Also send additional questions to Manuel Huber

Important Deadlines

  • None

Past Deadlines

  • 17. July 2012: Demo-Day Summer 2012
  • 15. July 2012: Slides and additional requirements
  • 13. July 2012: Poster files
  • 12. July 2012: Registration

Templates



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