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Happy Holidays
The Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting thanks its authors, reviewers, partners and readers for their support.
Policy for previously published articles released
The editorial board has co-operatively designed a policy how to process articles that have been previously presented as conference submissions or in the context of other publications.
Annual Report 2011
Development of the Journal in 2011 concerning Submissions, Reviewers, Conference Partners, Upcoming Co-operations, New Members and News.
JVRB re-launches its website - fresh and free from advertising
The Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting has just re-launched its website. The new site offers a fresh look, new functions and is add-free.
CVRB 2013 - Extended deadline for the submission of full papers
The deadline for the submission of full papers to CVRB 2013, the 1st International Conference on Virtual Reality and Broadcasting has been extended to April 30th, 2013.
DBLP now indexing JVRB
The DBLP Computer Science Bibliography is now indexing the articles published in JVRB.
Annual Report 2013
Development of the Journal in 2013 concerning Submissions, Reviewers, Conference Partners, Upcoming Co-operations, New Members and News.
Researchers‘ Night 2013 video footage
On September 27th, 2013, JVRB showed three interactive live broadcast shows within the scope of the researchers' night. The presentation illustrated markerless actor tracking for real-time interaction with cyborgs and avatars.
Improvement for authors to get credit for their work: ORCID Identifier now available in our article metadata
The JVRB publication system DiPP now supports two different persistent digital identifiers to distinguish authors: Besides the PND identification number lookup from the German GND-Database, the ORCID identifier has been added.
Free to distribute: SHERPA/RoMEO now listing JVRB’s copyright policy
The Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting is now listed as ‘green’ publication in the RoMEO database of the SHERPA Services based at the University of Nottingham. The database summarizes publishers’ conditions with a colour-coded category system that indicates the authors’ rights.
Nick Holliman joined JVRB’s Scientific Committee
We are happy to welcome a new member of the Scientific Committee, Prof. Nick Holliman from the department of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of York, UK.
Annual Report 2014
Development of the Journal in 2014 concerning Submissions, Reviewers, Conference Partners, Upcoming Co-operations, New Members and News.
Upcoming co-operations in 2015/2016
JVRB has closed publication agreements with two renowned international conferences: VRIC 2015 and VISIGRAPP for the years 2015 and 2016.
JVRB welcomes new Scientific Committee member Wendy van den Broeck
We are happy to welcome a new member of the Scientific Committee, Prof. Dr. Wendy van den Broeck from iMinds-SMIT.
New Affiliation and E-Mail-Address-Domain
First of all: JVRB did not migrate. The journal is still hosted by the same institution as before. But our team members affiliation has been renamed from 'Fachhochschule Düsseldorf' to 'Hochschule Düsseldorf, University of Applied Sciences'.
Everything about open licencing models "Open Content – A practical guide to using Creative Commons licences"
The guide addresses an international audience and encourages the use of more open licences for publications to support the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
Annual Report 2015
Development of the Journal in 2015 concerning Submissions, Reviewers, Conference Partners, Upcoming Co-operations, New Members and News.
Call for Submissions - JVRB Special Issue: Trackless virtual studio via actor reconstruction
JVRB will dedicate volume 13.2016 to the topic of Trackless virtual studio via actor reconstruction.
New Address
Since February 29th, 2016, the Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting has a new address.
Deadline extented: JVRB Special Issue: Trackless virtual studio via actor reconstruction
The deadline for the JVRB Special Issue: Trackless virtual studio via actor reconstruction has been extended to May 17th, 2016.
Currently, about 20% of all authors that published in JVRB use ORCID.
ORCID provides a unique identifier for a researcher and is used to establish a connection between authors, their research activities, awards, other versions of the name and their affiliations.
JVRB applies DOIs to all published articles
All articles published in JVRB are now equipped with a DOI (digital object identifier).
Annual Report 2016
Development of the Journal in 2016 concerning Submissions, Reviewers, Conference Partners, Upcoming Co-operations, and News.
Conferences of Interest
The platform EasyChair now offers a new feature: SmartCFP. It provides a list of calls for papers for conferences hosted on EasyChair.
Documentation of Article Citations 2017
The Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting has evaluated the number of citations for the articles that have been published since 2004.
JVRB switches from hybrid HTML/PDF to PDF-only publication
 
Documentation of Article Citations 2018
The Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting has evaluated the number of citations for the articles that have been published since 2004.
JVRB Ethics policy
The Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting is affiliated with Hochschule Düsseldorf, University of Applied Sciences, and follows its guidelines and policy concerning ethics in science.
Annual Report 2017 / 2018
Development of the Journal in 2017 and 2018 concerning Submissions, Reviewers, Conference Partners, Upcoming Co-operations, and News.