Andreas Broeckmann on Mon, 30 Nov 1998 10:31:53 +0100

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Syndicate: VRML.ART

Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 01:45:48 +0100
From: Kathy Rae Huffman <>
Subject: VRML.ART


The 4th VRML Conference will take place in Paderborn, Germany (the first
time in Europe)  February 23-26, 1999.

This year, the conference, a collaboration between the VRML Consortium
(, the Gesellschaft f¸r Informatik ( and
C-lab, the R&D Institut of Paderborn University and Siemens AG
( will feature the VRML.ART expo.

DEADLINE  to submit projects:  January 15, 1999
NOTIFICATION:  January 25, 1999

   Artists and designers   -   Art and design students

Projects can be submitted as:
Stand-alone VRML  --   Web-based VRML  --  Multi-user-based VRML
Multi-media VRML Work   --   VRML Objects and Environments

The VRML.ART expo features the ideas and  independent creations in VRML
from artists, and Web VRML design from commercial designers.  It shows
the status of  VRML based visual work done private, in companies and in

A growing number of Art Schools and Art departments in Universities are
teaching students VRML based visual  work, commercial companies and
institutions are starting to implement 3D objects (in their 2D Web
representation), and artists are using VRML technology to express
artistic ideas and in communication environments.

The VRML.ART expo will be presented online, and also featured in a
gallery installation at the VRMLí99 conference.  Works will be juried by
Karel Dudesek, Director of VGTV Laboratories (Germany) and Kathy Rae
Huffman, Independent curator and Associate Professor of Electronic Art,
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y. (USA)


Please specify the category, and provide a URL, title of project,
contact name, address, telephone, FAX, and email address.

Online submissions:
Submission authorizes linking to your 3D site, if selected. Online works
must run on max.150 MHz.   Please specify CPU power and OS which your
work is tested on.

CD ROM submissions:
Test CD ROMS before sending.  Please specify CPU power and OS which your

work is tested on.   Works with loading problems, or ëalertí messages on
VRML dashboard  will be automatically eliminated.  Return of CD ROMs is
not guaranteed.

Student submission:
In recognition of the growing number of student sites and VRML activity,
ALL student works that load properly will be included in a special
VRML-student gallery. Class compilations are encouraged.  The name of
professor or instructor, a list of students included, school name and
course title should be included with each student entry.

Submit projects on or before January 15, 1999, to:

     Karel Dudesek,  VGTV, Gl¸singerstr 40c, D-21217 Seevetal (Germany)
     Additional information:   or