Engineering Social Awareness in Work Environments


Vyas, D.M. and Watering, M.R. van de and Eliëns, A. and Veer, G.C. van der (2007) Engineering Social Awareness in Work Environments. In: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction / 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China (pp. pp. 254-263).

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Abstract:A growing interest is seen for designing intelligent environments that support personally meaningful, sociable and rich everyday experiences. In this paper we describe an intelligent, large screen display called Panorama that is aimed at supporting and enhancing social awareness within an academic work environment. Panorama is not intended to provide instrumental or other productivity related information. Rather, the goal of Panorama is to enhance social awareness by providing interpersonal and rich information related to co-workers and their everyday interactions in the department. A two-phase assessment of Panorama showed to promote curiosity and interest in exploring different activities in the environment.
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