- Andrea Cassera presented a webapp for visualizing historic volcanic activity using svg, which was demo:ed in Opera 9.5. Currently not publicly available in the version that was shown at the conference.
- Shaun Roe gave a very interesting presentation of a tool called SEDUX which transforms XML data files from the Atlas experiment at CERN into an interactive SVG webapp by using XSLT and clientside scripting. See the paper, and example. Note that Opera 9.6 is required for proper display of the example.
- Yet another cool example of presenting data was the GPS track webapp by Olaf Schnabel.
- Zack Rusin talked about how KDE is using SVG and how he'd like to see SVG improved in the future.
The workshops were also quite interesting: