Video and multimedia contributions are sought for the 24th Multimedia Exposition in Computational Geometry, a part of CG Week 2015. This event showcases the use of visualization in computational geometry for exposition and education, for visual exploration of geometry in research, and as an interface and a debugging tool in software development. Algorithm animations, visual explanations of structural theorems, descriptions of applications of computational geometry, demonstrations of software systems, and games that illustrate concepts from computational geometry are all appropriate. There are no limitations on creativity, anything that leverages the possibilities of multimedia to enlighten and entertain the viewer while learning about computational geometry will do. This includes rendered animation, films with narrators and/or actors, and interactive stories.
We seek submissions of high quality, judged by how well they exploit the creative possibilities of their respective formats. That is, a screencast of static slides with some voice-over will hardly do.