The Congress timetable is shown below. The timetable is subject to change, as well as the excursions. However, note that excursion to Venice is planned on 27th of August (the day after official closing of the Congress)!

The timetable in text form is given below. Scroll down for graphic representations and detailed projection programme and workshop programme.

Please, note that workshops on Saturday are in the same time frame as the trip to Bistra.


Tuesday, 20.08.2013

13:00 – 20:30 Info desk – registration
16:00 – 18:30 Trip: Ljubljana
19:00 – 20:00 Reception at the Town Hall
20:30 – 22:00 Projection A


Wednesday, 21.08.2013

8:30 – 16:00 Info desk – registration
9:00 – 12:00 Projection B
13:00 – 16:00 Projection C
16:30 – 23:30 Trip: Postojna cave


Thursday, 22.08.2013

8:30 – 9:30 Info desk – registration
9:00 – 12:00 Projection D
11:30 – 14:30 Info desk – registration
12:00 – 14:00 Workshops
12:30 – 14:00 Meeting of outgoing BoD (Hotel Slon)
14:30 – 22:30 Trip: Lake Bled, Vintgar and Radovljica


Friday, 23.08.2013

8:00 – 16:00 Trip: Velika Planina
16:00 – 18:00 Info desk
17:00 – 22:00 Projection E (with 2 pauses in between)


Saturday, 24.08.2013

8:00 – 9:30 Meeting of Club & Country Representatives
8:30 – 9:30 Info desk
9:00 – 17:00 Trade fair
9:30 – 11:00 Meeting of ISU Council
10:30 – 14:00 Info desk
12:00 – 20:00 Trip: Bistra & Kuren
12:00 – 17:00 Workshops (preliminary)
20:30 – 22:00 Meeting of new BoD (Hotel Slon)


Sunday, 25.08.2013

8:30 – 9:30 Info desk
9:00 – 16:00 Trip: Skofja Loka
9:00 – 19:30 Trade fair
11:30 – 12:30 Info desk
16:30 – 17:30 Info desk
16:30 – 19:00 Projection F
19:00 – 20:00 Info desk
19:30 – 21:30 Projection G


Monday, 26.08.2013

8:00 – 19:00 Trip: Piran, Koper, Salt pans
19:00 – 22:00 ISU Dinner


Tuesday, 27.08.2013

8:00 – 22:30 Trip to Venice


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PDF version of the timetable.


Detailed projection schedule (click this link for PDF form):

Projection A



Tu, 20.08 at 20:30

Congress opening
Damir Vrančić Winter impressions from Ljubljana
John Hart The Skyline and Scree
Hideyuki Asakura The Time To Start Moving Again
Matija Vidmar Pillnitz
Dominique Bretheau Follow the line
Gert-Jan Wolkers The Surprise

Projection B



We, 21.08 at 09:00

John Hart Stop Time 3D
Franci Tajnik Montenegro – Prokletije
Seung Hyun Lee Moonglow – The Lives
Verena and Günter Peschke, Gerd Gügel Drops in time / Splash
Gert-Jan Wolkers Painting Iceland
Tibor Gedei Where is the bunny?
Job van de Groep Temples of Thailand
Pierre Meindre I love Paris
Pause (20 minutes)
Takashi Sekitani Fireworks 3D – Dancing Phoenix
Stephen O’Neil ISU CODE show 11A
Jaap Van Loon Remembrance 2011 I.
Gisela Will The Keystone Re-creation Project 2013
Jan Wesselink National Parks in the western United States of America
Roland De Raeve Motion
Hermine Raab 3D glasses fashion show

Projection C



We, 21.08 at 13:00

Gert-Jan Wolkers Stockholm
Max Pow Iguacu
Ernest Van Loon Going down
Job van de Groep Mathematical Object
Peter Gedei Lepo Sumera 1981
Job van de Groep Connected
Dominique Bretheau Dynamic flowers
Hiroyuki Nakamura Move Forward : Two Years From The Disaster
Hermine Raab and Kurt Bauer Hawaii – Islands under the rainbow
Pause (20 minutes)
Matija Vidmar Weesenstein
Hermann Miller Robin Hood
Tom Rywick Masters of War
Christopher Schneberger Glimmer: The Haunting of the Graham House
Jaap Van Loon Remembrance 2011 II.
John Hart The Fractal Menagerie
Katsuhiko Inoue 3D Magical starlight parade

Projection D



Th, 22.08 at 09:00

Hannes Wirth and Margret Wirth New Zealand – Land of the long white Cloud
Franci Tajnik Montenegro – Boka Kotorska
Jan Wesselink The best of nature
Damir Vrančić Impressions from Iceland
John Hart Streaklight Sonata
Pause (20 minutes)
Helmut Hame Carnival of Venice
Hermine Raab Austrian Club show 2013
Stephen O’Neil ISU Code show 11B
Hermann Miller K-2 – A breathtaking expedition to the upper base camp
Jaap Van Loon Remembrance 2011 III.
Louis Sentis The Gardens of Claude Monet
Stefan Layer Bug me!

Projection E



Fr, 23.08 at 17:00

Robert v/d Brink Spring
Gert-Jan Wolkers Sagrada Familia
Job van de Groep Parque Nacional Los Glaciares Argentina
Hermann Miller Tutankhamun, his tomb and treasure
Katsuhiko Inoue 3D Victoria Falls
John Hart Jewels of the Mountain Sky
Thomas Unterholzner South Korea, from tradition to high-tech
Hannes Wirth Wildlife – South Africa
Pause (20 minutes)
Sebastian Cramer, Dennis Böhm, Günter Peschke Ultra Macro Reel
Kurt Bauer Mirror Road
John Hart Morpheos Reloaded
Max Pow Chinese New Year
Olivier Cahen Cloisters in Portugal
Csanad Varallyay I love Oregon
Peter Gedei Tunnel
Tom Rywick Water Music: The River Thames from Source to the Sea
Hermann Miller Horse freedom
Pause (20 minutes)
Hermine Raab Austrian stereo competition
Kurt Bauer Up in the sky
Albert L. Sieg My 50 Years of Exhibiting Stereo Images
Ernst Vichr Magic of Christmas
Steve Hughes Plain brown wrapper
Takashi Sekitani Kanarama festival

Projection F



Su, 25.08 at 16:30

Matěj Boháč Ladakh – an Insight into the Himalaya
Seçkin Tercan Little organic things
Gisela Will Yosemite
Job van de Groep Royal palace Bangkok
Floriane Bretheau Some European capitals
Mitja Vidmar With Hurtigruten to Nordkap
Max Pow Antarctica
Pause (20 minutes)
Matija Vidmar Egmond aan Zee
René Le Menn Costumes of Brittany
Willebrord Dorresteijn Nature of Tasmania
John Hart Fractals Forever

Projection G



Su, 25.08 at 19:30

Melissa Garza Captured Melody
Tereza Jelinkova The Meat Story
John J. Zelenka One cruel joke
Robert Bloomberg How to draw a cat
Masuji Suto Canals of Amsterdam
Boris Starosta Clear buildings
Andrew Murchie Cycle
Bill Plympton and Taylor Armstrong The cow who wanted to be a hamburger
Ikuo Nakamura Atmospheres
Seung Hyun Lee Invitation to ISU 2015
PRIZES & Closing




Thursday, 22.08.2013

12:00 – 12:50 Andrej Tomeljak: Overview of stereoscopic techniques from anaglyph to auto-stereoscopic
13:00 – 13:50 Michael Schiebe: Stereoscopy in our head


Saturday, 24.08.2013

12:00 – 12:50 Íris Ólafsdóttir: Kúla Deeper: 3D photography with single lens cameras
13:00 – 13:50 Ken Burges: Digital Stereoscopic Viewing Methods and Viewer Technologies


Andrej Tomeljak: Overview of stereoscopic techniques from anaglyph to auto-stereoscopic
An overview of how stereoscopic viewing techniques have evolved in the last few decades and how XpanD products have been part of the recent developments, with a special focus on current and emerging techologies.

Michael Schiebe: Stereoscopy in our head
Of the inner working of stereopsis and the interesting problems this poses.

Íris Ólafsdóttir: Kúla Deeper – 3D photography with single lens cameras
Kúla deeper is a device for taking stereoscopic pictures and videos using a single lens camera.  the different perspectives are projected into deeper’s mirror system and into the lens, resulting in a  side-by-side image. This workshop gives you the opportunity to try it out, get a feeling for how it works,  and process your pictures and videos in the software kúlacode, which transforms them to different 3d formats like anaglyph, wigglegrams and mpo. for the 3d televisions. You might even influence further development.

Ken Burgess: Digital Stereoscopic Viewing methods and Viewer Technologies
New digital technologies are making it easier to enjoy 3D viewing, but unlike 2D, the method used  for stereoscopic viewing has a big influence on the viewing experience. Ken Burgess will present an overview of digital stereoscopic viewing methods and viewer  technologies. He will explain how viewing geometry affects the 3D aspect ratio and how device characteristics affect the quality of 3D imagery. To be discussed: digital display technologies and their application to 3D, recent display developments and alternate viewing methods.