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EuroVR 2020 Scientific Conference Proceedings

17th EuroVR International Conference, EuroVR 2020, Valencia, Spain, November 25–27, 2020, Proceedings

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, EuroVR 2020, held in Valencia, Spain, in November 2020.

The 12 full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 35 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections named: Perception, Cognition and Behaviour; Training, Teaching, and Learning; Tracking and Rendering; and  Scientific Posters.

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EuroVR 2020 in numbers

Report of the 17th annual conference.

We would like to thank all those who attended this year’s conference, which was exceptionally held entirely in virtual form, and for this, we thank the entire LabLENI Team from the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

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Discover all the winners of EuroVR 2020

The annual conference has come to an end, and as every year we are happy to announce the winners of the 17th edition.
We thank all participants and supporters of EuroVR 2020 and we invite you to participate in next year’s Conference, 18th Edition.

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Have you missed EuroVR 2020?

EuroVR 2020 Sessions are now available on-demand

You signed up for the Conference but couldn’t attend all the sessions? Don’t worry! You have the possibility to see everything on the EuroVR 2020 website, you just need to enter the password you received by email.

We want to thank each of you for taking part in this adventure for the 17th year.
We would like to thank the speakers, the organizers, the participants, and all those who have connected with us, even from outside Europe.

We have shown the world and each other that we are part of an active and resourceful network. Together, we carry on the mission to use new technologies to support a positive change in the world.

Everything you need to know to participate in EuroVR 2020

Less than one week until the beginning of EuroVR 2020. We have prepared a short guide to help you find your way around EuroVR’s first Virtual Conference.

 

REGISTRATION:
Grab your free ticket for EuroVR 2020!

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XR Open Forum at EuroVR 2020

How to “unlock and maximize” the development potential of extended reality? It’s a question that many in the industry have asked themselves.

The global Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR and AR) market is set to grow exponentially, between 2020 and 2022, worldwide spending on VR and AR is forecasted to expand at an average annual growth rate of 72%. Europe is actually responsible for a fifth of the global VR and AR market, one of the major players along with Asia and North America.

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VR4REHAB session at EuroVR 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that VR4REHAB will take part in EuroVR 2020.
A special session entitled VR4REHAB-VR for Rehabilitation will take place on 27 November from 10.00 to 12.00.
An opportunity to discover the recent progress of the VR4REHAB Interreg Project and to discuss the future of rehabilitation and healthcare innovation strategies.

Image courtesy of VR4REHAB 2019

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EuroVR 2020 third Keynote Speaker announcement

Keynote: Challenges in Perception Engineering

Steven M. LaValle received a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, USA, in 1995. He is a professor at the University of Oulu, where he is co-leading the Perception Engineering Group, which pursues problems in virtual reality, robotics, and telepresence.

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EuroVR 2020 second Keynote Speaker announcement

Keynote: Communicating with Virtual Humans or Social humanoid robots, a natural Human-Computer Interface

Professor Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann has pioneered research into virtual humans over the last 30 years. Since 1989, she is a Professor at the University of Geneva where she founded the interdisciplinary research group MIRALab.

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EuroVR 2020 first Keynote Speaker announcement

Keynote: On the validity of VR experiments

Daniel R. Mestre is a senior researcher in the Institute of Movement Sciences (https://ism.univ-amu.fr/ ) in Marseilles. He is Head of the Mediterranean Virtual Reality Center (www.crvm.eu) and vice-president of the Association for eXtended Reality-AFXR  (www.afxr.org).

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