Monday, February 27, 2012

05-Mar-2012: Cyber Session at the Meeting of Israeli 2012 Chamber of Information Systems Analysts (ICISA) (Hebrew)

The Israel Chamber of Information Systems Analysts (ICISA) is the leading professional organization in information systems and information technology in Israel. The Chamber is a non-profit organization established and active since 1968. I will chair the Cyber session in Hebrew.


ב-5 במרץ בכפר המכביה -- אהיה יו"ר המושב - שוטרים וגנבים ברשת: 12:30 - 14:00

מנחה: ד"ר ישע סיון, ראש התוכנית לניהול מערכות מידע, המכללה האקמית ת"א-יפו

"עשרת המגמות החמות בעולם של שוטרים וגנבים"
מרצה: אסתר פשין, שותפה ומנהלת, אי.אנ.פי פתרונות בע"מ

"סייבר - דו"ח לא אופטימי"
מרצה: אבנר בן אפרים, מנכ"ל אב-סק בטחון מידע בע"מ

"מענה אכיפת חוק לפשיעה דיגיטלית"
מרצה: ד"ר נמרוד קוזלובסקי, עו"ד, מומחה בתחום משפט האינטרנט ואבטחת מידע



Sunday, February 26, 2012

Introduction to Virtual Worlds – Final Projects of Class 2012

On Sunday January 29th, 2012 the course “Introduction to Virtual Worlds” had come to its end, and the results – great ones, it must be said - are here.
Enjoy!

And first of all: A moment of glory in front of the Scoreboard: “The Best Projects” winners and triumphant of this class: The Diamonds Machine & Pole Dancing (A Tie for 1st & 2nd place), Penalty Kick (3rd)

The Projects:

The Diamonds Machine (1st tie with 2nd Place)
The machine that creates personalized rings individually designed. It shares the 1st place as Winner of the course’s Contest.

Pole Dancing (1st tie with 2nd Place)
Recognized by its name: a virtual worlds’ project but is well known in reality as well. It shares the 1st place as Winner of the course’s Contest.


Penalty Kick (3rd Place)
Some players of the Israeli Championship League could use this project.

Fly on a Broom
Answers the ancient human dream to fly as well as the all-sorcerers’ dream – a broom!

A Mikveh
The project simulates the Jewish ritual bath that shares pure Jewish felling as well as information about this old Jewish practice. Let it prevail – Amen!

Learn to Fly
The course’s training project! It is suitable for each Avatar’s beginning and for stimulating contests.

Israel National Trail (Shvil Israel)
An Israeli pride! This project can bring relevant information to all those Israelis and tourists, who love, wish or plan, to walk this famous road of the real world.

A Fortune Teller
The project that tells your future. You don’t know what to do? What decision to make? This project is for you.

The Merry-go-round (A Carrousel)
Undoubtedly it is the most colorful project of this course. An exciting experience of fun and music for both children and those left with just a childish soul…

Fishing Game
This project is suitable for all the sea lovers. It brings a great game experience and wonderful maritime landscapes. Cool Programming.

Bow & Arrow
Simple, accurate and classic! An all-family fun of Hit the Target game, accompanied by a unique winning-dance.

The Sexual Assault Center
This special project intends to do good and offer help.

The Personal First Date Tutor
For both women and men: how to behave on a date.

The Music Platform
This is a music project where you can play, record and listen to your recordings. A toolkit for all music lovers.


Famous
The project which fulfills all of our dreams to become famous: take 15 seconds of glory on the red carpet.


CFP issue on Law and Virtual Worlds



 
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The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research (http://jvwresearch.org/) is happy to announce the call for this "Law and Virtual Worlds" issue edited by

Melissa de Zwart, Adelaide Law School, Australia
Greg Lastowka, Rutgers School of Law-Camden, USA
Dan Hunter, New York Law School. USA

You can access this call directly through our website.

The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research(http://www.jvwresearch.org/) is an online, open access academic journal that engages a wide spectrum of scholarship and welcomes contributions from the many disciplines and approaches that intersect virtual worlds research. The field of virtual worlds research is a continuously evolving area of study that spans across many disciplines and the JVWR editorial team looks forward to engaging a wide range of creative and scholarly work.

Motivation and Scope
This special issue will focus on legal questions generated by the creation, regulation and participation in virtual worlds. We are looking for papers that explore beyond the basics of ‘the magic circle’ (asserting that virtual worlds are immune from external laws and norms) and consider emerging legal issues that may encourage or inhibit the uptake of virtual worlds. In particular, we are interested in papers that adopt a multi-jurisdictional focus and which propose new ways that the legal issues may be approached by developers and regulators. Innovative and creative papers are encouraged.
 
Given the audience and nature of the JVWR we are looking for papers which are accessible to a non-legal readership. They should demonstrate a good awareness of the nature of virtual worlds.
 
Authors are invited to submit papers that are innovative, original, and contribute to the advancement of understanding of law as it applies to virtual worlds. Papers will be considered by the Guest Editorial Board and reviewed by expert referees using our double -open policy. Double-open policy means that in general, authors do not need to anonymize their papers, and reviewers identity is also known to authors. For more details about see JVWR site --> About JVWR --> For Authors --> Our double-Open Policy.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Jurisdiction and rule-making
  • Governance and community management
  • Player rights
  • Virtual property
  • Dispute resolution
  • Intellectual property
  • Modding, user-generated content
  • Privacy, identity and data collection
  • Security and hacking
  • Crime
  • Freedom of speech, freedom of expression, discrimination, access and hate speech
Submission Instructions
Authors are invited to submit papers of up to 6000 words (including footnotes and references) via the JVWR publishing system (see www.jvwreserach.org> about > for authors). Accepted papers will be published online in the Volume 6, Number 2 of the Journal, 2013.

Deadlines and Timeline
Authors can submit a 600 word abstract as of the publication of the call.
Please use the Journal publishing system (login at the top right of the journal site, state that your submission is for the Legal issue.) 
Abstract submission will give authors quick feedback on the relevance and appropriateness of their topic and allow editors to identify reviewers as soon as possible. 
  • Final deadline for Authors to submit abstracts for Editors’ comments: 30 June 2012
  • Editors submit comments on the Abstracts to Authors: 30 Aug 2012
  • Authors submit full paper: 30 Dec 2012
  • Editors send Reviewers’ feedback on the paper, and indication of acceptance or rejection: 15 February 2013
  • Submission of revised paper (if necessary): 30 April 2013
  • Editors’ decision and comments for accepted papers: 20 May 2013
  • Authors Submission of final version: 15 June 2013
  • Staff editors & authors work till planned Publication Date: 15 July 2013

Please Contact
Melissa de Zwart, Adelaide Law School, melissadez ATgmail.com
Greg Lastowka, Rutgers School of Law-Camden, lastowka AT camden.rutgers.edu
Dan Hunter, New York Law School, USA
 
    
 
   
 
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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Web3D 2012 - CALL FOR PAPERS





Web3D Conference 2012
17th International Conference on 3D Web Technology
Sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH and in cooperation with Eurographics

August 4 - 5, 2012
L.A. Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Mail: web3d2012[at]web3d[dot]org

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Important Dates

Paper submission deadline:  April 3rd, 2012
Author Notification:             May 15th, 2012
Camera-ready due:            June 1st, 2012
Conference date:               August 4 - 5, 2012
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The 17th ACM International Web3D Conference will address a wide range of research topics related to Web-based 3D Graphics. These topics include: representation and modeling methods, content analysis, rendering, distributed virtual environments, large-scale databases, Web-wide human-computer interaction, as well as innovative tools and applications. On the one hand, authoring and delivering educational contents is one of the main interests of this edition of the conference. The creation of educational materials, such as interactive electronic technical manuals (especially for Augmented-Reality-based scenarios) will be supported, as well as the approach to incorporate advanced real-time rendering features into the X3D standard, in a generic way that is independent from the specific rendering method. On the other hand, the conference will particularly focus on novel mobile AR applications, innovative 3D graphics Web applications and novel Medical and eHealth developments, aside from contents over 3D Internet.
The annual ACM Web3D Conference is a major event that gathers researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, experimenters, artists, and content creators in a dynamic environment. Attendees can share and explore methods of using, enhancing, and creating new 3D Web and Multimedia technologies, such as WebGL and HTML5 (which is a hot topic in Computer Graphics), Flash/ Stage 3D, X3D, COLLADA, and the MPEG family. The conference highlights capabilities and trends in interactive 3D graphics across a wide range of applications and supports research from mobile devices up to high-end immersive environments.

Topics
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Topics may include, but are not limited to:
* Modeling, processing, analysis and rendering of complex geometry, structure, and behaviors
* 3D search, shape matching and indexing
* Rendering algorithms and standardization and visualization of large data sets
* Interaction methods for online 3D content
* Interactive 3D graphics for mobile devices
* Mixed and Augmented Reality (including standardization aspects)
* Agents, animated humanoids, and complex reactive characters
* Remote rendering and streaming
* Stereo and multi-view visualization of 3D graphic interfaces
* High-performance 3D graphics for distributed environments, tele-presence, tele-operation, and 3D broadcasting
* Web, multimedia and standards integration and interoperation.

Authors are also invited to submit advances in the above technologies applied to multimedia applications in:
* Automotive, Security, Transport Industries
* Life sciences and healthcare
* Geospatial modeling and digital cities
* Public sector and tourism
* Cultural heritage and E-learning.

Papers Submission Instructions
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Authors are invited to submit full papers (up to 9 pages, including figures and references) or short papers (up to 4 pages, including figures and references) in PDF format via the SRM Submission Site.
Papers must be formatted using the document templates for conferences sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH. Upon acceptance, the final revised paper is required also in electronic form. Accepted papers and posters will appear in the Web3D 2012 Conference Proceedings, published by ACM Press.

Posters Submission Instructions
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For the first time, there is an invitation for submitting proposals for technical poster presentations at Web3D 2012. Poster submissions (1 page) can e.g. describe recently completed work, highly relevant results of work in progress, as well as successfully developed systems and applications.
Posters must be formatted using the document templates for conferences sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH. Upon acceptance, the final revised poster is required also in electronic form.

Submission link: srm.eg.org/SRM_WEB3D2012

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Third Call for Papers: 1st International Workshop on Declarative 3D for the Web Architecture (Dec3D2012)


1st International Workshop on Declarative 3D for the Web Architecture (Dec3D2012)
http://events.declarative3d.org/Dec3D2012

in conjunction with WWW2012, 21st International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2012)
16-20 April 2012, Lyon, France
http://www2012.org

 
Dear Colleagues,

you are invited to submit your papers to the 1st International Workshop on Declarative 3D for the Web Architecture, co-located with the WWW2012 conference. The workshop aims to encourage researchers and practitioners from both the Web and 3D graphics communities to meet and talk about an integration of interactive 3D graphics capabilities into the Web technology stack in a declarative way.

=== Topics ===

Topics of interest for the workshop include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Declarative 3D Use-Cases and Requirements: Discussion of the use cases, where embedding 3D
  • data in HTML using declarative approach provides significant benefit; deduction of the  requirements for the D3D specification.
  • Declarative 3D and DOM: Discussion of integration of 3D with existing and future W3C standards, specifically: integration of high-level scene concepts; integration with client and  server side rendering services, 3D REST; integration with existing security aspects for content  delivery and visualization; content portability and platform independence.
  • Declarative 3D in current web browsers: Exploring how the incorporation of declarative 3D graphics can be done in currently popular web browsers (e.g., by using WebGL in WebKit or Gecko); what are the possible difficulties?
  • Semantics of 3D objects in DOM: Discussion of how descriptive 3D can be combined with semantics. This includes topics such as querying and manipulation of graphical objects, mash-up from several sources, integration of RDF technology, creation of useful APIs based on web services etc.
  • Declarative 3D User Interface Issues: Novel interfaces and interaction methods for online 3D + HTML content; mobile 3D Web interfaces, interaction techniques; accessibility and usability of 3D Web content.
=== Submissions ===

We seek three kinds of submissions:

  • Full technical papers - should not exceed eight pages in length in ACM format;
  • Short technical papers and position papers - up to four pages in ACM format;
  • Demo descriptions – two-page description of the application in ACM format, ideally accompanied with a link to a demo;

Submissions must be formatted using the ACM SIG Proceedings Templates. Please note that the
author list does not need to be anonymized, as we do not follow a double-blind review
process.

Submissions will be peer reviewed by at least three independent reviewers. Accepted papers
will be presented at the workshop and included in the workshop proceedings (published online
at CEUR-WS).

Please submit papers via EasyChair at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=dec3d2012

=== Important Dates ===
  • Submission deadline: 22nd February, 2012, 23:59 CET
  • Notification of acceptance: 6th March, 2012
  • Camera-ready versions of accepted papers: 22nd March, 2012
  • Workshop date: 17th April, 2012
=== Organising Committee ===
  • Johannes Behr, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
  • Don Brutzman, Naval Postgraduate School/Web3D Consortium
  • Ivan Herman, W3C
  • Jacek Jankowski, DERI Galway
  • Kristian Sons, DFKI
=== Programme Committee ===
  • Rémi Arnaud, Screampoint
  • Johannes Behr, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
  • Don Brutzman, Naval Postgraduate School/Web3D Consortium
  • Anita Havele, GlobalEdge/Web3D Consortium
  • Ivan Herman, W3C
  • Jacek Jankowski, DERI Galway
  • Yvonne Jung, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
  • Fabio Pittarello, Ca'Foscari University
  • Nicholas Polys, Virginia Tech/Web3D Consortium
  • Sandy Ressler, NIST
  • Philipp Slusallek, DFKI
  • Kristian Sons, DFKI
  • Neil Trevett, Khronos/NVidia
  • Krzysztof Walczak, Technical University of Poznan
For any further informations, please contact organizers via dec3d2012@easychair.org


Sunday, February 05, 2012

IVF-Worldwide Live 2012: Yesha's Talk on the top 10 info technologies we need to know about? and how to deal with them?


IVF-Worldwide Live 2012 
In Vitro Fertilization Clinics Embracing the Digital Age 
Berlin, Germany, 20-22 April 2012 Andel's Hotel

I will give a keynote at this conference connecting the top 10 trends with IVF clinics.
New audience, that is usually not so keen in new information technologies.

More details here...

The IVF-Worldwide congress will provide you with the knowledge and tools to complement your existing skill set and teach you how to...

  • Increase your on-line presence and visibility
  • Grow your practice through social media and direct-to-consumer marketing
  • Attract more patients to your unit by targeting select market segments
  • Increase your knowledge and awareness of patients' needs and priorities
  • Promote patient understanding and compliance
  • Support patients by creating online communities
  • Harness emerging technologies to your practice
  • Improve your unit's management using best in class tools and programs
  • Promote Education both for your team and your patients
  • Reduce workload and streamline processes by creating online guidelines for patients

A glimpse of speakers' presentations... More to follow


Michael M. Alper, USA
Medical Director – Boston IVF
Associate Clinical Professor of OBGYN
Harvard Medical School

Presentation Title: Maximizing the internet ability to promote your clinic and support better care.
The internet is an important way to interface with our patients and improve the patient’s experience. The value of the internet includes patient education including injection teaching, communication with the patients for the initial intake, dissemination of cycle-related medication instructions, and the ability of patients to obtain information about their current care. The value of the internet to the clinician so that he/she has instantly available information about patients is invaluable. Paper charts have significant limitations and will limit the growth potential of an infertility practice. It is also a challenge to set boundaries for patients so that electronic communication is not abused and the value of face-to-face interaction is never forgotten

Gerd Gigerenzer, Germany
Managing Director, Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition;
Director, Harding Center for Risk Literacy 


Presentation Title: Fallacies in risk perception among physicians and laymen.
Efficient health care requires informed doctors and patients. The health care system inherited from the 20th century falls short on both counts. Many doctors and most patients do not understand the available medical evidence. This lack of risk literacy is due a several factors, including biased reporting in medical journals and in patient pamphlets, and the failure of medical schools and continuing education in training doctors to understanding health statistics. These flaws have generated a partially inefficient system that wastes taxpayers’ money on unnecessary or even potentially harmful tests and treatments as well as on medical research that is of limited relevance to the patient. Raising taxes or rationing care is often seen as the only viable alternative to exploding health care costs. Yet there is a third option: by promoting health literacy, better care is possible for less money. I will show how health providers and patients can be taught to deal efficiently with uncertainties.

Avi Tsafrir, Israel
Senior Physician, Reproductive Medicine, IVF unit, Dept of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Shaare-Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel

Presentation Title: IVF treatment instructions transmitted via the internet: a preliminary experience. 
IVF treatments are ambulatory but intensive and complicated, and often based on self medication according to frequently changing instructions. When based on telephone communication, this method requires intensive labor, and is potentially inconvenient for the patient. Moreover, there is a possible risk of misinterpretation. Therefore, we developed a novel internet-based system for daily transfer of treatment orders during IVF treatments. Using a personal identification code, the patient is able to access the unit’s internet site and access her orders given on the same day. We observe that our patients and team appear to be highly satisfied with the convenience and simplicity this approach offers. Moreover, it provides a reliable record and may reduce the risk of treatment errors.

Yesha Sivan, Israel
Dr. Sivan received his doctorate from Harvard University. He is the head of the Information Systems Program at the School of Management and Economy at the Tel-Aviv-Yaffo academic college. He is also the founder of Metaverse Labs (MVL) - a leading think tank focusing on connecting virtual and real worlds. Dr. Sivan professional experience includes developing and deploying innovative solutions for corporate, hi-tech, government, and defense environments. He published in the areas of Strategy and IT, knowledge, 3D3C virtual worlds, and standards. He has taught EMBA, MBA, engineering and design in the areas of strategic value of IT, the emergence of virtual worlds, and software development in virtual worlds.

Presentation Title: The top 10 info technologies we need to know about? and how to deal with them? 
Much like any other businesses and organizations, IVF units, both private and public, are facing with a constant and growing steam of new information technologies. Terms like Cloud Computing, Mobile apps, twitter, Facebook, Tablet, and Smart Computing and the link are emerging to be key factors in today new business. Embrace them on time, and win. Embrace them too early, or too late and you loose.
This engaging -- full of demos talk -- will cover the top 10 technologies, and also present NITA -- a New Information Technology Algorithm to deal with such techno-business changes.

Finset Sordal Magnus, Norway
General Manager at Medicus Fertility Centre and lecturer in digital marketing BI Norwegian Business School

Presentation Title: Building a successful digital marketing strategy - a framework
The internet is probably the most important media channel for fertility clinics trying to reach out to new patients in todays media environment. The opportunities are endless, but resources limited - where should we focus? The speaker presents a framework for how to build a successful digital marketing strategy, and touches upon topics like website development, content marketing, search engine marketing and social media

Wouter Tuil, The Netherlands
Freelance solution architect

Presentation Title: IVF patients' preferences in service design
Which services should we offer to our patients before, during and after an IVF treatment? Internet applications work particularly well if they designed for a specific user scenario. However, there is no “one size fits all” solution when it comes to medical Internet applications. Some patients prefer interaction with fellow patients while others want to have direct access to treatment-data.

Talya Miron-Shatz, USA
Co-founder, CEO at CureMyWay, a company that develops a comprehensive platform enabling health-related consumers and their providers to structure the decision making process, overcome psychological barriers, and execute the decisions that were made. Talya has a Ph.D from Hebrew University, was a researcher at Princeton University and is an Associate Professor and the Founding Director of the Center for Medical Decision Making at Ono Academic College . Talya is a consumer behavior lecturer at Wharton Business School . She publishes in books and peer reviewed journals, and consulted Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Millicom, and other health and media companies. Dr. Miron-Shatz is a sought-after speaker, and her Psychology Today blog 'Baffled by Numbers' is widely read by members of the pharmaceutical industry.

Presentation Title: You're talking to me? Ensuring patient comprehension, motivation and personalization
Shared decision making is becoming increasingly prevalent, and patients are required to assume an active role in their own care, and in related decisions. Yet materials are often written so that patients don't understand them, and don't even feel invited to understand. Likewise, the meaning of medical data and statistics is often incomprehensible to patients, leading them to ask "is this good, bad, or indifferent?"  I will demonstrate how this happens, and suggest various solutions for increasing patient comprehension, adherence, engagement, and a sense that the clinician is truly talking to them.

Ron King, USA
CEO of MedMarketLink – whole-brain marketing for specialty practices
A program of Vanguard Communications: Measurably Different

Presentation Title: Converting the E-Powered Patient to YOUR Patient
Today's patients spend hours on the Internet comparison shopping for health care information and physicians. Each prospective patient is judging you, the IVF specialist, long before the first appointment or even a phone call to the practice. Here’s a look at the four phases of the e-powered patient's decision making process, and how to use each phase to build new-patient volume.

Presentation Title: The Doctor as Online Teacher: Growing Your Practice through Internet Content and Conversations
Traditionally, marketing has been a one-way conversation from seller to buyer. Not anymore – especially in health care, where the patient is often in charge of the buying and selling process. Today’s health care marketing is a sophisticated, online conversation not just between providers and patients but among millions of patients. Here’s why it's no longer enough to simply present credentials to prospective patients on your practice's static website, and how you can properly join the online patient conversations already in progress.

Jonathan Pollinger, USA
Owner of Intranet Future
Social Media Consultant

Presentation Title: How to use social media to improve your business
The lecture will discuss in length the following topics: Social media overview. The value of social media vs. traditional marketing. Overview and optimal set up for  Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ Social media strategy and objectives using it for marketing and internal comms/collaboration. Social media case studies including examples from the scientific community. How to use key social media tools eg Tweet Deck. Overall measuring success.

Alexandra Futeral, Germany
Web marketing and users experience strategist at medicalsafari.com.
Alexandra Futeral holds MBA in International Management as well as a diploma in Social Media from the University of San Francisco. Over the last 15 years, she has gained strong expertise in sales & marketing activities in different business environments. Being a current IVF patient herself, she was confronted with a practical problem of collecting as much information as possible about this new life challenge in order to put the best success factors on her side.

Presentation Title: A real patient's experience: Summary of international best practices in ART web communication
This presentation will give an overview of international best practices in ART web communication through the eyes of a real patient who also works in the field of internet marketing.
Alexandra Futeral has thoroughly analyzed more than 60 ART centers' websites worldwide and will give her impressions as a current IVF patient as well as a professional expert in web communication.
She will highlight some of the marketing techniques that will make users click on a page

Annemijn Aarts, The Netherlands
MD and PhD student reproductive medicine, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center,
The Netherlands

Presentation Title: Identifying barriers and facilitators for the implementation of virtual infertility communities.
The study examined men and women in three Dutch fertility clinics where a subscription is available to an online community in which the clinicians provide online information and patients can pose questions to the medical team, or share experiences and find support from peers. The results show that two strategies are needed to increase the proportion of patient subscribers and consequently make them active participants. First, the ‘marketing’ strategy should contain information tailored to different subgroups of the patient population. Second, for a ‘living’ virtual infertility community, incorporating social media, as well as frequent news from clinicians are required.

Veronica Montgomery, UK
Marketing Manager, Barbados Fertility Centre

Veronica has over 23 years experience working in media and marketing in London, UK. Veronica started her career in publishing, working for the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). Veronica was a Director for Kingsway Advertising in London who specialized in health and represented the majority of NHS Trust hospitals across the UK. For the last 8 years Veronica has enjoyed the challenge of marketing Barbados Fertility Centre as a centre of excellence for IVF.

Presentation Title: Engaging prospective patients through direct to consumer marketing
Notable highlights of the presentation are the use of social media, interactive TV, augmented reality and The Fertility App.The presentation gives a background to Barbados Fertility Centre, our key selling points to convey to prospective patients, a case study with our use of social media, Facebook, google paid search, twitter etc, engaging the patients with interactive TV, our use of augmented reality on our exhibitions stands, and our global market presence with the Fertility App in the app store.

For more details about registration please write to us at:  IVFLive2012@comtecmed