Submission Guidelines: All documentation should be on your web page

Folks, when we ask for you to put your submissions on a web page, and to put a discussion of what you did, how the game works, what your plans are, and so on, we really mean for you to put everything on the page.  Put your discussion, the details of what you’ve done, and so on, on the page.

We do not want a Word or PDF file to download.  If we want something to download, we will tell you; for example, you will need to create a video, a writeup and a presentation for your final submission — those should be downloadable.

But for A0, P1-P6,  W1-W8, the Alpha and the Playtest demos, we want all the information right there, visible and easy to read.


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About Blair MacIntyre

Blair MacIntyre is a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Tech, where he has directed the GVU Center's Augmented Environments Lab since 1999. He has been conducting Augmented Reality research since 1991, with the goal of understanding the potential of AR as a new medium for games, entertainment, education and work. He has collaborated on a variety of AR gaming and entertainment projects over the years, on handheld, head-worn and projected AR displays.