ACM SIGGRAPH Publications
The ACM SIGGRAPH Publications program includes the most comprehensive,
prestigious, and cited publications in Computer Graphics and
From our lauded conference series to the Computer Graphics Quarterly
to the SIGGRAPH Video Review, we are committed to publishing and preserving
the accomplishments in our field.
Our publications are available for purchase through the
ACM e-store. Material from our
annual conference is available, as well as material from
other conferences and symposia that ACM SIGGRAPH (as well as other ACM SIGs) sponsor.
Our SIGGRAPH Video Review series is also available to purchase through
site and through the
ACM e-store. SIGGRAPH Video Review
is the mostly
widely-circulated video-based publication in the world, documenting video
content presented at our annual conference in the Computer Animation
Festival (Electronic Theater and Animation Theater) programs.
The Conference Presentations DVD-ROM publication provides documentations of the presentations given at our
annual conference, with speakers, slides, and video components.
ACM SIGGRAPH members can access content presented at SIGGRAPH-sponsored
events through the ACM Digital Library, starting at the
ACM SIGGRAPH page. Streaming versions
(years available: 2003, 2004) of the Conference Presentations publication are
also available. (If you're not already an ACM SIGGRAPH member,
join us and enjoy these member
Back issues of our quarterly organization publication, Computer
Graphics, are available online. We've recently
terminated the print version of this publication and will be providing e-mail
and online alternatives.
Information for Authors and Researchers
If you're preparing content to be presented at an ACM SIGGRAPH-sponsored
event, you'll want to look at the instructions for
authors, including links to copyright forms and information about
copyright and permission to use third-party content.
Performing research and want to know what's been written about a particular
subject? graphbib may help: it's a searchable
database of over 17,000 unique bibliographic entries from the fields of
computer graphics, computer vision, and interactive techniques.
The corrigenda page compiles a list of updates
and corrections to content we've published over the years.
Similarly, a number of important papers have rather interesting histories,
and the rarities page collects them in one place and
makes them available to read.
If you're interested in the number of papers submitted and accepted to our
annual conference through the years, this acceptance
data resource will be just what you're looking for.