Show & Tell Sessions

At a Show & Tell session, the participants are given the opportunity to demonstrate their most recent progress of developments and interact with the conference attendees in an informal way, such as a demo, mock-up or any adapted format of their own choice. The contributions must highlight the innovative side of the concept and may relate to a regular paper. Demonstrations should be based on innovations and fundamental research in areas of image, video and multidimensional signal processing and technology and systems.


Submission and Preparation Guidelines

Each initial Show & Tell submission must contain both a paper of 2-4 pages detailing the demonstration and a video illustrating what is going to be shown. The paper (including references) has to follow the format defined in the paper preparation guidelines as detailed in the “IVMSP 2020 Author’s Kit”.   The video can simply be recorded with a mobile phone or alike. Submissions will be evaluated by the organizing committee for relevance, originality, clarity, and significance of the proposed demonstration. At least one author of each accepted submission must register for and attend the conference, and demonstrate the system during the Show & Tell sessions.

Each accepted Show & Tell paper will be included in the conference proceedings, marked as a Show & Tell paper. Furthermore, a final video, which is to be submitted by the final paper deadline, will be made publicly available. Show & Tell demonstrations will be presented in their dedicated time slot in the conference program.

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