Publications

 

IEEE XploreSearch IEEE Xplore for articles on Digital Reality

 

IEEE Calls for Papers

Computing in Science & Engineering
Virtual and Augmented Reality Applications in Science and Engineering - Submission deadline: 1 September 2019

IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
Graphics and Virtual Environments for Serious Games - Submission deadline: 1 December 2019

 

IEEE Publications on Digital Reality

IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, March/April 2018 - Virtual and Augmented Reality
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, March/April 2018, Virtual and Augmented Reality
Proceedings of the IEEE, May 2017 - Emerging 3-D Imaging and Display Technologies
Proceedings of the IEEE, May 2017, Emerging 3-D Imaging
and Display Technologies
The Institute, December 2016 - Diving Into Digital Senses
The Institute, December 2016,
Diving Into Digital Senses
(PDF, 4 MB)
Proceedings of the IEEE, February 2014 - Applications of Augmented Reality
Proceedings of the IEEE, February 2014, Applications
of Augmented Reality
Computer, July 2012 - What's Real About Augmented Reality?
Computer, July 2012,
What's Real About
Augmented Reality?

IEEE Talks Digital Reality

Raj TiwariIEEE Talks Digital Reality: Q&A with Raj Tiwari

In our first IEEE Talks Digital Reality Q&A session, we spoke with Raj Tiwari, lead co-chair of the IEEE Digital Reality Initiative. Raj provided his insights on Extended Reality (XR) and its potential for changing how we live, work, learn and share, providing information on use cases for the technology and highlighting its importance for both enterprises and individuals as we move into a new transformational era.

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White Papers & Reports

Explore the convergence between future Digital Reality technologies and Symbiotic Autonomous Systems in the following white paper:

IEEE Symbiotic Autonomous Systems White Paper II
IEEE Future Directions - October 2018

By S. Mason Dambrot, Derrick de Kerchove, Francesco Flammini, Witold Kinsner, Linda MacDonald Glenn, Roberto Saracco
Edited by Theresa Cavrak

This White Paper follows the first one produced in 2017 by the IEEE Symbiotic Autonomous Systems Initiative (SAS), extending it to address updated technologies and cover additional topics due to the evolution of science and technology. Additional white papers will follow because this is an area in continuous development.

The first examples of symbioses are already available in a number of areas and even now, these are impacting our economic system and way of life. The IEEE SAS Initiative takes a 360° view based on technology and standardization—the foundation of IEEE—and invites all interested constituencies to contribute complementary points of view, including economic, regulatory, and sociocultural perspectives. The transformation fostered by technology evolution in all paths of life requires planning and education by current and future players. Another goal of the initiative is to consider the future of education, given that these symbioses transform its meaning, making it both shared and distributed.

In this respect, the aims of this White Paper are to further develop the ideas presented in the first white paper: (1) to highlight impacts that are clearly identifiable today, and (2) to indicate emerging issues, thus providing a starting point to those involved in making public policy to understand the technical fundamentals, their evolution and their potential implications.

Note that this White Paper is intended to be self-contained, without requiring the reader to read the previous white paper.

Access the White Paper at the IEEE Symbiotic Autonomous Systems portal

 

Symbiotic Autonomous Systems White Paper I
IEEE Future Directions - November 2017

By: Roberto Saracco, Raj Madhavan, S. Mason Dambrot, Derrick de Kerchove, and Tom Coughlin

This White Paper is the result of a joint effort by several people and represents a consensus reached among the members of the IEEE Symbiotic Autonomous Systems (SAS) Initiative at the end of October 2017. Since the SAS field is in continuous evolution, this White Paper should be considered a “work in progress.”

SAS leverages many technologies and has applications in many vertical markets. The field will therefore have an increasing impact on our society—and on the way, each one of us perceives and relates to his or her environment. Hence, the issues related to Symbiotic Autonomous Systems go far beyond just technology evolution and utilization.

In this respect, the aims of this White Paper are to (1) highlight those issues that are clearly identifiable today, and (2) to indicate emerging issues, thus providing a starting point to those involved in making public policy to understand the technical fundamentals, their evolution and their potential implications.

Access the White Paper at the IEEE Symbiotic Autonomous Systems portal

 

 

IEEE Scenarios for AR in 2020
IEEE Standards Association - 2014

This project permits a large group of companies and other organizations that have not taken into account the rise of mobile AR in their planning process to explore how they might contribute to and adjust their strategies in order to excel in a just and healthy future wherein everyone will be able to acquire (capture), publish, and receive/combine digital assets in real time and synchronized with their physical world surroundings.

Access the Report at IEEE Standards Association

 

Augmented Reality and Standards
IEEE Standards Association - 2014

The Augmented Reality and Standards white paper provides a brief overview of the opportunities for AR expansion in various areas. It also highlights the challenges faced in the AR market and how standardization can help through interoperability, improving efficiencies, and driving market adoption.

Access the White Paper at IEEE Standards Association