International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and Southeast Asia
29 November - 2 December 2005   ·   Dunedin, New Zealand


  Electronic Theatre: Call for Submissions

Submission Deadline Extended

22 August 2005, 5 pm (AEST)

The Electronic Theatre deadline has been extended to 22 August. This is because some people had trouble with the submission site and we were not able to answer queries on the formatting requirement immediately. Please get your submission in as early as you can. We need time to do the selection.


The Electronic Theatre serves to showcase innovative and visionary works involving computer graphics and interactive techniques. It is an event that brings together the scientists that create cutting edge enabling technologies and the artists or practitioners that exploit such technologies for personal expressions or commercial endeavours.

Electronic Theatre submissions are invited from computer graphics visualisers, including: scientific as well as artistic research groups, video- and film- makers, game developers, architectural and engineering visualisation, computer animators and computer graphics students. The Electronic Theatre program will showcase material that demonstrates innovative computer animation or image processing techniques or that explains technical details of research development. It will include material of scientific, artistic, entertainment and cultural value.

Subject matter may include any form of visual representation that employs computer-generated imagery: animation, motion graphics, entertainment technologies, visual effects, scientific and medical visualisation, interactive technologies, research and development, education, architecture, art and design, music, dance, interactive performance, narrative works, non-narrative works, experimental works, game development and design, commercial productions for film and broadcast, and student productions.

Acknowledgement of Receipt

Submitters will not be notified of receipt of submission packages. You must retain your shipping waybill number and contact your shipping agent to verify that your package has arrived at the proper destination by the posted deadline.

Media Preparation

Prepare your video submission package and include the following THREE items:

1. Media Type

Include a PAL D1 (720x576 pixel resolution at 25fps) Digital File (QuickTime ONLY) on DVD-R of your work. Label your media in English, label the DVD-R and its container with:

  1. Contact person's name
  2. Affiliation
  3. Address
  4. Telephone number
  5. Title of piece
  6. Runtime
  7. Timecode (if appropriate)

Note: Only PAL D1 (720x576 pixel resolution at 25fps) Digital File (QuickTime ONLY) on DVD-R Are eligible for the jury review process. Use the Apple Pixlet codec.

2. Include a still image that represents your work.

This image is required for publications and pre-conference publicity. It is not juried. Make sure to provide a brief caption for your image. Still images must be submitted in digital format (see below).

Digital format requirements
Send one copy of a digital still image. Digital images must be of the highest quality possible, at least 300 dpi at ~8 x 10 cm, pixel resolution of at least 1200 x 1500, TIFF or EPS files, no compression, MAC or PC platforms. Digital images must be placed on a standard CD-ROM only and sent with your submission.

3. A signed and dated hardcopy of the submissions form

Complete the Graphite2005 Electronic Theatre Submission Form:

Clearly label the physical medium in English with the title "Electronic Theatre Submission", the contact person's name and telephone number.

Send your complete Electronic Theatre entry submission package to:

Graphite2005 Conference Secretariat - Electronic Theatre
C/- School of Creative Arts
Arts Centre, University of Melbourne
Parkville, VIC 3010

All materials must be received by 22nd August 2005, 5 pm (AEST). Submitted digital media and still images will not be returned.


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