Emerging Technologies - Presentations & Talks View Program: E-Tech Presentations Platinum Pass Full Conference Pass Full Conference One-Day Pass Basic Conference Pass Student One-Day Pass Experience Pass Exhibitor Pass Come see, experience, and interact with the Emerging Technologies displays and exhibits. Be inspired by presentations about the concepts behind these innovations and understand the research outcomes on interactive technologies. Emerging Technologies is the most important inseparable wheels of both SIGGRAPH and SIGGRAPH Asia, because SIGGRAPH is a conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. The goal of Emerging Technologies is to gather and show such submissions as novel interactive technologies that have possibilities to bring benefits, usefulness, or comfort, into our future lives. Interactive technology has been one of the most important inseparable wheels of SIGGRAPH and SIGGRAPH Asia, and the Emerging Technologies program has played a vital role in driving the development of research communities to pursue technological innovations and to make a great impact on the public. Some of the accepted Emerging Technologies works will be chosen as "Emerging Technologies Prize" by the Emerging Technologies program committee members and reviewers at the event venue. The quality of work, how they are demonstrated onsite, and how attractive attendees view the works are criteria upon which each work will be judged. More information on the session details will be revealed soon. Stay tuned! Emerging Technologies Chair Matt Adcock CSIRO Data61, Australia Emerging Technologies Chair Yuta Sugiura Keio University, Japan Emerging Technologies Presentations Come see, experience, and interact with the Emerging Technologies displays and exhibits. Be inspired by presentations about the concepts behind these innovations and understand the research outcomes on interactive technologies. More information on the SIGGRAPH Asia 2019 Emerging Technologies Written Translation will be available in time to come. Scan the QR code on each contributor’s poster onsite and read the description of the work in Japanese, Korean, Mandarin or Cantonese.