Web3D 2020 Conference Winners

What a great and eventful week at our first virtual Web3D 2020 Conference. Congratulations to our Winners!

The year 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the Web3D Conference, focused steadily on sharing and learning with real-time interactive 3D. This year’s theme “3D for a Hyperconnected World” highlights the growing and broader impact of high‑quality 3D content around the world through high-speed networks.  When the COVID19 pandemic struck, at first we thought that isolation was simply separating us apart.  Now it is clear that our world is becoming more hyperconnected than ever before.  We learn once again, from numerous stellar contributors, that 3D graphics has many fundamental roles to play in these challenging times.

The high quality of the papers, presentations and discussions make us the leading forum for Web3D researchers, providers and users to meet, discuss and test the advancement of 3D on the Web. We would like to congratulate our winners and thank the conference planning committee and the Web3D community for their commitment and continued support of our vision for an open 3D Web.

Paper Awards:

1st: Scalability of X3D4 PointProperties: Benchmarks on WWW Performance
2nd: User Interests Driven Collaborative Cloud-Edge-Browser Architecture for WebBIM Visualization
3rd: Photorealism and Kinematics for Web-based CAD data

Poster Awards:
1st:  Key Factors for reducing motion sickness in 360-degree virtual reality scene
2nd: Web3D Distance live workshop for children in Mozilla Hubs
3rd:  Investigating the Influence of 2—D Presentation Versus 3—D Rotation Presentation Formats on User 



FIRST PRIZE Awarded to Nicholas Polys
SECOND PRIZE Awarded to Min-JuLee
THIRD PRIZE Awarded to Eung-GyuLee
These prizes were sponsored by KSA (Korean Standards Association)
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Release Date: 
Thu, 2020-12-10