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Conferences & lectures

Entertainment Technology (ET) Summit Exhibition and Women's Voice 2017 at CCIFF

Date and time
Date & time

September 23-26, 2017 (all day)

Where
Where

Room 3.260
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex
1515 St. Catherine W.
Sir George Williams Campus

Cost
Cost

Event is free for non-presenting student attendees; however registration is required to secure a place.

Wheelchair accessible
Wheelchair accessible

Yes

Speaker(s)
Speaker(s)

Keynotes are posted on the event website; more speakers and exhibitors to be announced closer to the event after all the reviews and jury have been done.

Contact
Contact

Dr. Serguei Mokhov
514 848 2424 ext. 5179

Following the success of the first edition of the Entertainment Technology Summit in 2016, we are organizing the 2nd edition of 2017, also affiliated with the Canada China International Film Festival (CCIFF) — a cinematographic art- and technology-driven international festival.

The Entertainment Technology Summit is a crucial media for constructing a platform of mutual academic learning and communication about entertainment technology (ET) and everything that surrounds it. ET specialists and peers will discuss multimedia technology, HCI, AR/VR, post-production tools and techniques, and speculate on the future cinema and its convergence with CG, AI, serious games and other domains. At the same time, we present both historical accounts of ET as well as the current state of the art.

Topics cover entertainment technology and aspects related to it, including but not limited to:

- CG, HCI, film, production, AR/VR/MR, projection (small and large scale),
interactive storytelling, serious games, computation art, elastic and
cloud storage, streaming, broadcasting and related libraries and
middleware technologies

- Entertainment computing, software engineering processes and
methodologies, distributed systems and web services, APIs, big data and
AI techniques that support ET

- Wearable ET, drone-based technology, 3D printing and gadgets

- Cyber- and physical security, privacy, ethics, and trust issues of ET.
Business processes, co-production issues and industrial challenges in ET

- Interactive works, AR/VR films, installations and
technology demonstration
 

To see the previous speakers and exhibitors:

http://cciff.ca/en/festival/ets/

http://cciff.ca/en/festival/film-technology-exhibition/
http://cciff.ca/en/festival/womens-voice/

Social media:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1825083641154168/


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