[Updated 6 February, 2022] Authors of accepted papers will be required to submit 3 min. oral presentation videos. Authors of accepted papers are also encouraged to submit optional 30 sec. preview videos.
Authors of accepted papers are required to submit oral presentation videos of their papers. The 3-minute videos will be disseminated via the IEEE Haptics Symposium YouTube channel and will be organized into thematic playlists reflecting the conference program.
All contributed video presentations will be eligible for the conference Best Video Presentation Award, which will be announced during the live streaming event on Tuesday, March 22, 2022.
First, authors must prepare: 1) a video file; 2) a closed caption file; and 3) metadata for YouTube. Then, authors must complete this form where they will be requested to upload their files and enter their metadata.
The oral presentation video deadline is March 1, 2022. Please carefully follow these instructions:
Your video should consist of a recorded oral presentation by one of the authors, consistent with community standards for conference oral presentations.
This section introduces how to create a closed caption file using YouTube Studio (authors may create a new account for this purpose if they wish or use their existing account). Google Chrome is a recommended browser. Authors may also create a YouTube supported closed caption file using alternative software.
1. Sign in to YouTube Studio
2. In the top-right corner, click “CREATE” and then “Upload videos”
3. Select the file you’d like to upload
4. Edit your video details
5. Click “Content” on the left of YouTube Studio
6. Click the pen icon (“Details”) on the row with the video(s) you want to save (the icon is not visible until you hover over the table row)
7. Click “Subtitles” on the left menu
8. Click the three dots icon (“Options”) on the row with the captions you want to save (the icon is not visible until you hover over the table row)
9. Click “Download” and then click “.srt”
10. Now, you have a closed caption file!
Additional information about uploading to YouTube can be found here.3. Submission
To complete your submission, upload the video file and closed caption file, and enter the metadata on this form. The instructions for metadata are as follows.
Authors of accepted papers are invited to submit an optional 30-second preview video summarizing their contribution. The video will significantly increase the visibility of the research to the haptics community and beyond. The 30-second preview videos will be disseminated via social media, including the IEEE Haptics Symposium YouTube channel, and may be used to promote the conference.
The preview video deadline is
March 1, 2022 March 8, 2022.
Please refer to the “Oral Presentation Video Instructions.” The length of the preview video should not exceed 30 seconds.
Providing alternative means of accessing information is valuable for people with sensory impairments and also enables engagement in a variety of contexts (e.g., if the video is muted). We request that authors utilize both written text and recorded narration to explain their videos. To support meeting participants with visual impairments, please describe all figures and images with sufficient detail.
If you have questions or need assistance with any of these activities, please reach out to the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Chairs mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.