Celebrating the age of Siggraph

While reflecting on its 50-year journey of industry advancements, Siggraph 2023 is asking for submissions to map a future of exponential innovation.

Ruchika Saini

The annual conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques, Siggraph has come a long way since its inception. It started in Boulder, Colorado, in 1974. Now in its 50th year, Siggraph will take place in hybrid mode: online and in person in Los Angeles from August 6–10. While the Siggraph community will be celebrating 50 years of advancements in computer graphics and interactive techniques, it also looks forward to next 50 years of innovation. Siggraph is calling for submissions to its various programs in computer graphics, digital art, animation, visual effects, new realities, artificial intelligence, research, and more.

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