Every submission must include at least one representative image.
The image must be digital, of the highest quality possible, pixel resolution of at least 1500 x 1000, at least 300 dpi at 5 inches (12.7 cm) wide, with proportional height, or the highest-possible-resolution screen grab.
Images must be 24-bit (RGB, 8-bits per channel) uncompressed, in the highest possible JPEG resolution.
A standard ICC color profile of sRGB is also recommended and will be assumed if not specified.
Horizontal (landscape) images are required. Vertical (portrait) images are not acceptable.
Your image will appear in 3 X 2 ratio on the SIGGRAPH 2016 web site. Images that do not conform to this proportion will be cropped from center.
Avoid embedded rules, layers, tags, masks, color models (for example, CMYK), etc. If in doubt, use an image editor to paste into a new file.
Please also specify copyright and image credits for each image. The file-upload manager offers an input field for this optional information.
If your work is accepted, your representative image will be used both as an identifying image during the jurying and selection process, and in publications or for media purposes.
Higher resolution images are often favored by media for publication use, so the minimum-resolution requirement is only a guideline.
It is important that you have permissions to use this image.
If your submission is for a technical session such as a panel or course, and you are not sure how to best represent your proposal, you may consider a picture of a speaker or an image that conveys the appropriate area of computer graphics or interactive techniques.