Call for Demos

EuroITV demonstrations provide an opportunity for you to demonstrate your latest prototypes and cutting edge research to attendees at the conference. Having people interact directly with a new interface or design is often the best way to communicate what you have created to your audience. It is also the perfect way to get feedback on your work from experts within the field, and build beneficial collaborations with other researchers.

We invite innovative and interactive contributions addressing a full range of topics relating to interactive television, including (but not limited to) the four themes of this year's conference. During the conference, a demo-booth will be set-up where you can showcase your demo and during a dedicated demo and poster session participants can visit and give your demo their undivided attention. There will be plenty of time to show, explain and discuss your work.

Submission guidelines and instructions

All the deadlines expire at 24.00 (GMT-12)
  • Submission: February 1st, 2013 Final deadline extension March 29th, 2013
  • Notification: March 15th, 2013 April 12th, 2013

Submission Instructions

Demo submissions should be no longer than 2 pages (including figures and references) in the ACM format and should make the potential for a live demonstration clear. An additional document (no special format) should also be submitted that details the technical requirements of the demo. We also encourage authors to provide a demo video, which will be included in the digital version of the adjunct proceedings (optional).

Submissions must be made via the conference submission system (Easy Chair) by the 1st of February 2013. When making your demo submission, please add the technical document and (optional) video to a .zip file and upload this file via the "attachment" field on the submission form.

Template and formats

Paper submissions should follow the ACM guidelines:


The demo presentations will consist of two phases: a madness session and the demo session. During the madness session of the day, the demo authors of that day will have 3 minutes to present their work and convince people to come and see their work during the demo session. Please visit the Program pages for the demo allocation in the two days and sessions.


If you have any questions about submitting a demonstration to EuroITV 2013, please feel free to email the demonstrations chairs.Jonathan Hook - Newcastle University (
Diego Martinez-Plasencia - University of Bristol (