MIG 2010

Zeist, the Netherlands
November 14—16, 2010

The Third International Conference on
Motion in Games 2010

the Dom church

Submission of Accepted Papers

The paper submission for MIG 2010 has been closed. The papers can be accessed through the SpringerLink (LNCS 6459) website.

Before you upload your accepted paper as a conference submission (maximum 12 pages), please thoroughly read the information for LNCS authors:


You will have to submit the following items in a ZIP file:

· All paper sources (images, tex files and so on) as well as a compiled version in PDF format. In case you use Word, the Word document is sufficient.

· A scanned version of the signed copyright form to be downloaded from the Springer homepage. For the ‘Title of the Book or Conference Name’, please use ‘Motion in Games 2010’. The Volume Editor(s) are: R. Boulic, Y. Chrysanthou and T. Komura .

Because of the strict submission deadline for the Springer proceedings, we kindly ask you to submit everything as soon as possible, but latest September 3rd through the EasyChair system:


Alternatively, you may send the documents as a ZIP file by email to info@motioningames.org.

In case you have any questions related to the final submission of your paper, please let us know by sending an email to mig10@easychair.org.

We are looking forward to meeting you at MIG2010!

Paper Submission

The paper submission for MIG 2010 has been closed. 30 Papers have been submitted.

MIG 2010 invites authors to submit original and unpublished work. Papers should not exceed 12 pages using the Springer LNCS format. All submitted papers (in PDF) should be written in English. Each paper will be peer reviewed.

Camera-ready papers can be submitted through the EasyChair system until July 13:


The paper size limit is 2MB and the video is limited to 20MB.

The conference proceedings will be published as a volume in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series by Springer.

(Co-)authors of accepted papers will get a discount on the conference fee.