In the closing session, held on September 5th at Building BL-27 of Politecnico di Milano, the Award Chair Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann delivered the Best Paper Awards on the four conference tracks to the following papers:
Yasushi Ikei, Koji Abe, Koichi Hirota and Tomohiro Amemiya
A multisensory VR system exploring the Ultra-Reality
Ilona Heldal and Mattias Roupe
Exploring Object Representations: Virtual Reality Models for Environmental Planning Projects
Chiara Stefani, Chawee Busayarat, Julie Lombardo and Livio De Luca
A database of spatialized and semantically-enriched iconographic sources for the documentation of cultural heritage buildings
Erica Nocerino, Fabio Menna and Fabio Remondino
GNSS/INS aided precise re-photographing
The papers winning the tracks "Advances in VR Technologies" and "VSMM, Art, and Society" have gained the possibility be published, in extended and re-revised version, on the Journal "Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds" edited by Nadia Magnenat Thalmann and Daniel Thalmann, and published by Wiley (http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-CAV.html).
The papers winning the tracks "3D Content Development" and "Cultural Heritage" have gained the possibility be published, in extended and re-revised version, on the "ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage" edited by Roberto Scopigno, and published by ACM (http://jocch.acm.org/).
Congratulations to the authors from the whole Award Committee!