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Author: Amy Gooch,Melanie Tory
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Pages 254 pages
Publisher A K Peters/CRC Press; 16 edition (July 6, 2009)
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by Amy Gooch,Melanie Tory


Welcome to Graphics Interface 2009. oceedings{OG, title {Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2009}, author {Amy Ashurst Gooch and Melanie Tory}, year {2009} }.

Welcome to Graphics Interface 2009. This annual conference, now in its 35th year, is devoted to computer graphics, human-computer interaction, and visualization.

The Graphics Interface (GI) conference is the oldest continuously scheduled conference devoted to computer graphics, and human–computer interaction. GI was held biannually between 1969 and 1981, and has been held annually since then

The Graphics Interface (GI) conference is the oldest continuously scheduled conference devoted to computer graphics, and human–computer interaction. GI was held biannually between 1969 and 1981, and has been held annually since then. Prior to 1982, the conference was called Canadian Man-Computer Communications Conference (CMCCC). This conference is sponsored by the Canadian Human–Computer Communications Society

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Graphics Interface is the Canadian annual conference devoted to computer graphics and interactive techniques. The first GI conference was held in 1982.

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Graphics interface 2001, 143-150, 2001. Visual cues for imminent object contact in realistic virtual environments. AA Gooch, P Willemsen. Proceedings of the 2nd international symposium on Non-photorealisti. HH Hu, AA Gooch, WB Thompson, BE Smits, JJ Rieser, P Shirley. Proceedings Visualization 2000. VIS 2000 (Cat. No. 00CH37145), 179-185, 2000.

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Conference proceedings from Graphics Interface (1969-Present) - the longest-running regularly scheduled .

Conference proceedings from Graphics Interface (1969-Present) - the longest-running regularly scheduled conference in interactive computer graphics. First held in 1969, Graphics Interface (GI) (formerly the Canadian Man-Computer Communication conference or CMCCC until 1982) is the longest-running regularly scheduled conference in interactive computer graphics. The conference is sponsored each year by the CHCCS/SCDHM and during most years co-located and co-organized with other conferences including Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Computer and Robotic Vision (CRV) conferences.

Proceedings of the 1986 Graphics Interface, Vision Interface conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, 26-30 May 1986. Proceedings of the 1986 Graphics Interface, Vision Interface conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, 26-30 May 1986.

With contributions by top graphics researchers and professionals,this volume coverscomputer graphics, interactive systems, and human-computer interaction. Graphics Interface occupies a niche among conferences in that it seeks to combine and bridge research topics in and across these areas. Beginning in 1969 as the “Canadian Man-Computer Communications Seminar” (CMCCS), it is the oldest regularly scheduled computer graphics and human-computer interaction conference. Graphics Interface 2009 took place in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada from May 25 to May 27. The papers contributed here are from talks given at the annual Graphics Interface conference.