The Distributed Virtual Meeting Room Exercise


Nijholt, Anton and Zwiers, Job and Peciva, Jan (2005) The Distributed Virtual Meeting Room Exercise. In: International Workshop on Multimodal Multiparty Meeting Processing, MMMP 2005, as part of the 7th International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces, ICMI 2005, 7 October 2005, Trento, Italy (pp. pp. 93-99).

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Abstract:In this paper, we describe our research on distributed virtual meeting rooms. Starting point is our research on multi-party interaction, where the interaction may take place in real, augmented and virtual environments. Moreover, those that interact may be humans, human-controlled avatars, (semi-)autonomous agents, mobile robots, etc. In this paper the emphasis is on connecting meeting environments and transforming perceived and captured meeting activity into multimedia representations of that activity, including re-generation of activity in virtual reality, and making this re-generation perceivable in different, internet-connected, environments. This re-generation is useful for on-line meeting assistance, remote meeting participation and assistance, and for off-line access to meeting information.
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