The submissions are now closed.
IC3D is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, and its proceedings will be archived in IEEE Xplore.
The "Scientific conference" is the International Conference on 3D Imaging, called, for short, IC3D (pronounced "I see 3D"). IC3D presents the latest information in 3D research and development, and provides a way to anticipate what will soon emerge from skunk-works, research laboratories. IC3D emphasizes the mid and long terms, and the limits of the possible.
The scope of IC3D is ALL aspects – scientific, engineering, mathematical,... - and ALL applications of ALL forms - stereoscopic, holographic, integral, range, audio, print, ... – of 3D.
IC3D consists in a series of presentations (oral or poster) of the papers submitted by authors and accepted after evaluation by reviewers.
The first three editions of IC3D were technically co-sponsored by the Signal Processing Society of the IEEE, the “world's largest professional association for the advancement of technology”. The corresponding conference proceedings are archived in the IEEE Xplore digital library, thereby providing maximum visibility to the authors and their papers.
The present, 4th edition of IC3D will also be technically co-sponsored by IEEE, and its proceedings will also be archived in IEEE Xplore.
IC3D is one of the main international conferences fully dedicated to all scientific and engineering facets of 3D. It is unique because of its seamless integration in an event (3D Stereo MEDIA) that also covers the artistic, technological, content, and business facets of 3D.
If 3D R&D is your cup of tea, we count on you to submit one or more papers! You may then win a "Best paper award" at our Awards ceremony! In 2013, this prize was in the form of a "Lumiere Award" of the International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society.
IC3D and the Professional Conference (PCON) occur in immediate succession, forming a continuum from the mathematical details of 3D to the best S-3D contents.
For anyone interested in presenting and/or discovering cutting-edge science, engineering, and research in 3D, and, thus, for scientists, engineers, academics, and researchers.
When and where?
On 9-10 December at the University of Liège. (IC3D is immediately followed by PCON.)
How to participate?
By submitting papers and/or attending the conference, which both imply registration.
Call for papers
Program & schedule
- Program & schedule (as soon as available)
Members of scientific committee
Each properly registered participant will receive one electronic copy of the proceedings on-site, at the time of registration.
The proceedings will also be available in the IEEE Xplore digital library.
Invitation to participate
Information for submitting authors
You must format your paper as specified in
You must use one of the following author kits to format your paper
Please, be aware that your paper must be IEEE-Xplore compliant!
You must submit your paper via
If you have any question about formatting or submitting, please contact David Grogna at dgrognaulg [dot] ac [dot] be.
Information for authors of accepted papers
If your paper is accepted, you must finalize the submission as specified in (the same document as above)
Among others, you must fill out, sign, and email to David Grogna at dgrognaulg [dot] ac [dot] be a copy of the
Key events & dates
Stay tuned for possible date changes below.
If you have difficulties meeting a deadline, please contact us and we'll see what we can do for you.
- “Should a movie have two different soundtracks for its stereoscopic and non-stereoscopic versions? A study on the front/rear balance." by Etienne HENDRICKX, Mathieu PAQUIER, and Vincent KOEHL, from the University of Brest in France.
- "The range of fusible horizontal disparities around the empirical horopters”, by Philip M. GROVE, and Ashleigh HARROLD, from the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland in Australia.
- Program & schedule
- Winner: "An end-to-end system for free viewpoint video for smooth camera transitions", by P. Goorts, M. Dumont, S. Rogmans, and Ph. Bekaert (University of Hasselt, Belgium)
IC3D was launched in 2011.