All submissions should follow the SIGGRAPH formatting guidelines. Please follow the instructions for documents in category 2, 3 and/or 4. Submissions do not need to be anonymous.

Supplementary material such as videos, or additional results can be made available to reviewers by adding the following text:

Supplementary material can be found at [url]
to the last line of the abstract. To preserve reviewer anonymity, the material will be downloaded by the Programme Chairs and made available to the appropriate reviewers. This material is meant only to aid the reviewers. It is not officially considered to be part of the submission and it will not be published in the Proceedings. The reference to the supplementary material must be removed from the abstract before the camera-ready version is submitted.

Poster abstracts should follow the formatting guidelines for papers, except that they should be 1 page long. Poster abstracts do not have color plates.

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Copyright and Permission

An authors of each accepted submission must fill out and send in the ACM copyright form. It should then be delivered to Stephen Spencer by faxing it to his attention at +1-206-543-2969 or by scanning the completed form in and e-mailing the pages to

Please be aware that if your content contains material copyrighted by someone else, you must obtain permission to use that material from the copyright holder. Examples of this include, but are not limited to, images, video clips, sounds, and articles published in other media. A good resource for proper and improper uses of images downloaded from the Web can be found here:

More Information

Complete information about preparing submissions for SIGGRAPH-sponsored conferences is available at:


[updated] The maximum size of the corkboard for posters is 8 ft wide and 4 ft high (the total height of the board from the ground is 6 ft). This corresponds to a maxiumum poster size of 2438mm wide x 1219mm high.



Formatting Guidelines
APGV 2009

September 30 - October 2




Crete, Greece