Presentation 2005/7/22
Shared Space Communication Based on Dual Interactions with Tool
Shigeru WESUGI,
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Abstract(in English) Various communication systems have been proposed for supporting a remote spatial collaborative work, which are generally called as shared space technology. These previous systems can only support a part of embodied interactions in comparison to in a face-to-face situation, as pointed out that these systems lack of whole sense of embodiment. Author's group has focused on a problem of sharing embodiment between remote places and devised communication systems which can create a sense as if they were present at the same place from the standpoint of sharing embodied interactions with physical objects with each other. In this paper, author proposes an idea of dual interactions with tool in preparation for establishing the methodology of shared space communication based on findings of our novel communication systems.
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Keyword(in English) Tool / Dual interactions / Embodiment / Shared space communication / Lazy Susan
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Title (in English) Shared Space Communication Based on Dual Interactions with Tool
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Keyword(1) Tool
Keyword(2) Dual interactions
Keyword(3) Embodiment
Keyword(4) Shared space communication
Keyword(5) Lazy Susan
1st Author's Name Shigeru WESUGI
1st Author's Affiliation Consolidated Research Institute for Advanced Science and Medical Care, Waseda University()
Date 2005/7/22
Paper # HCS2005-25
Volume (vol) vol.105
Number (no) 220
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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