The Graphics Interface (GI) conference is the oldest continuously-scheduled conference devoted to computer graphics, and human-computer interaction. GI was held biannually between 1969 and 1981, and has been held annually since then. Prior to 1982, the conference was called Canadian Man-Computer Communications Conference (CMCCC). This conference is sponsored by the Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society.
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