After several years of IC3D (Int. Conference on 3D Immersion), we have decided to change the format and initiate an Academic & Research Track.

In the 2022 Academic & Research Track of Stereopsia, we aim to bring academia together with professionals from creative media and industry and offer XR professionals easier access to recent advances in applied research.

Hence, we ask the members of interactive and immersive technologies community active in research & development to contribute to this track.


The call asks for presentations -instead of scientific papers, which demonstrate recent advances in applied research covering one of the following topics:

–Creation of depth and volume for images, video and sound

–Advances in interactive sensors end rendering devices for virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR) and extended reality (XR).

–Creation and capture of immersive content

–Novel 3D rendering techniques for ultra-realistic content (including holography) and/or real-time rendering

–Multi-camera systems and light field compression.

–Product presentations will be excluded.


We ask for a 300 word abstract, which describes the topic of your presentation including the novelty and innovation. All the submitted proposals for presentations will be evaluated by an expert committee. After careful evaluation, 7 presentations will be selected. The authors of the accepted presentations receive a free pass for Stereopsia 2022. After the event, the presentations have to be made available for all the participants.


Submissions of presentation proposals – 31st August 2022
Notification of acceptance – 15th September 2022
Submission of presentations – 12th October 2022


Prof. Rigmor Baraas, Director of National Centre for Optics, Vision and Eye Care, University of South-Eastern Norway

Prof. Caroline Cao, Chair of Industry of the future, Computer Sciences Department, IMT Atlantique, France

Dr. Antonin Gilles, Researcher and Deputy Lab Manager, IRT b-com, France

Prof. Adrian Munteanu, ETRO, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

Dr. Omar A. Niamut, Director of Science, TNO ICT, The Netherlands

Jan Pflüger, Consultant, advisXR, Germany

Dr. Oliver Schreer, Associate Professor TU Berlin, Head of Research Group at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany

Dr. Athanasia Symeonidou, XR Researcher & Developer @ HIT LAB, Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Dr ir Isabel Van De Keere, Founder & CEO – Immersive Rehab Ltd, UK