Click presentation titles for a link to the accompanying paper in the ACM Digital Library (provided you or your institution has a subscription). These short papers appeared in the Proceedings of the 23rd Symposium on Computational Geometry, and are available through the ACM Digital Library's online proceedings (provided you or your institution has a subscription).
Videos and Multimedia
Computing the exact arrangement of circles on a sphere,
with applications in structural biology.
F. Cazals, S. Loriot.
(AVI)DivX (48 Mb)
Visualizing Bregman Voronoi diagrams.
F. Nielsen, JD. Boissonnat, R. Nock.
QuickTime (38 Mb)
Medial Axis Approximation from Inner Voronoi Balls:
A Demo of the Mesecina Tool.
B. Miklos, J. Giesen, M. Pauly.
(AVI)DivX (53 Mb)
Inflating the Cube by Shrinking.
K. Buchin, A. Schulz.
video (108 Mb)
Heilbronn's Triangle Problem.
G. Barequet, A. Shaikhet.
QuickTime (28 Mb)
Kinetic 3D-Convex Hulls via Self-Adjusting Computation.
U. A. Acar, G. E. Blelloch, K Tangwongsan.
QuickTime (58 Mb)
Towards an implementation of the 3D visibility skeleton.
L. Zhang, H. Everett, S. Lazard, S. Whitesides.
QuickTime (107 Mb)
Recommended PlayersOn Linux and Mac OS X, MPlayer can play all this year's videos.
Windows users probably already have the Windows Media Player installed.
CreditsThese videos were selected from the submissions by the following video program committee:
- Nina Amenta (UC Davis)
- Efi Fogel (Tel Aviv)
- Sylvain Lefebvre (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis)
- Frank Nielsen (Sony CSL)
- Monique Teillaud (chair; INRIA Sophia-Antipolis)
This web page is not totally similar to previous years pages, since those pages were not accessible and thus could not be used as models when the present page was written. (The computer storing the previous site compgeom.org broke... It is now replaced by http://www.computational-geometry.org.)