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social (4)
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video (3)

Stem telepres$ (all stems)

22 papers:

CHICHI-2015-AvellinoFB #gesture
Accuracy of Deictic Gestures to Support Telepresence on Wall-sized Displays (IA, CF, MBL), pp. 2393–2396.
CHICHI-2015-HiguchiCCZL #experience #named #using
ImmerseBoard: Immersive Telepresence Experience using a Digital Whiteboard (KH, YC, PAC, ZZ, ZL), pp. 2383–2392.
CHICHI-2015-JohnsonRMT #collaboration #how
Can You See Me Now?: How Field of View Affects Collaboration in Robotic Telepresence (SJ, IR, BM, LT), pp. 2397–2406.
CSCWCSCW-2015-RaeVTM #comprehension #design #framework
A Framework for Understanding and Designing Telepresence (IR, GV, JCT, DM), pp. 1552–1566.
CHICHI-2014-NakanishiTW #social
Remote handshaking: touch enhances video-mediated social telepresence (HN, KT, YW), pp. 2143–2152.
CHICHI-2014-PanS #multi
A gaze-preserving situated multiview telepresence system (YP, AS), pp. 2173–2176.
Bodies in motion: mobility, presence, and task awareness in telepresence (IR, BM, LT), pp. 2153–2162.
CHICHI-2012-KimBGCV #3d #estimation #named
TeleHuman: effects of 3d perspective on gaze and pose estimation with a life-size cylindrical telepresence pod (KK, JB, AG, JC, RV), pp. 2531–2540.
CHICHI-2011-NakanishiKI #social
Zoom cameras and movable displays enhance social telepresence (HN, KK, HI), pp. 63–72.
ICPRICPR-2010-OGorman #analysis #latency #speech
Latency in Speech Feature Analysis for Telepresence Event Coding (LO), pp. 4464–4467.
CHICHI-2009-NakanishiMK #social
Movable cameras enhance social telepresence in media spaces (HN, YM, KK), pp. 433–442.
HCIOCSC-2009-FaiolaS #experience #human-computer #interactive
Flow Experience in Second Life: The Impact of Telepresence on Human-Computer Interaction (AF, OVS), pp. 574–583.
CSCWCSCW-2008-NakanishiMNI #matter #social
Minimum movement matters: impact of robot-mounted cameras on social telepresence (HN, YM, DN, HI), pp. 303–312.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-Lee07b #3d #game studies #self
Emotion and Sense of Telepresence: The Effects of Screen Viewpoint, Self-transcendence Style, and NPC in a 3D Game Environment (JJL), pp. 393–400.
ICEISICEIS-HCI-2007-IshikawaYY #multi #novel #using
Novel View Telepresence with High-Scalability Using Multi-Casted Omni-Directional Videos (TI, KY, NY), pp. 148–156.
CHICHI-2004-GozaADS #framework
Telepresence control of the NASA/DARPA robonaut on a mobility platform (SMG, ROA, MAD, IMS), pp. 623–629.
ICPRICPR-v4-2004-SatoKYI #interface #using
An Immersive Telepresence System with a Locomotion Interface Using High-Resolution Omnidirectional Movies (SI, TS, MK, NY), pp. 396–399.
CSCWCSCW-2002-Jouppi #mobile #towards
First steps towards mutually-immersive mobile telepresence (NPJ), pp. 354–363.
ICPRICPR-v4-2000-PeixotoGABA #visual notation
A Surveillance System Integrating Visual Telepresence (PP, JG, HA, JB, HA), pp. 4098–4101.
SACSAC-1998-Konstantas #bibliography #distributed
Overview of a telepresence environment for distributed musical rehearsals (DK), pp. 456–457.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-Matarazzo #quality #video
Desktop Videoconferencing in a Cooperative Discussion Task: Video Quality and Telepresence Aspect (GM), pp. 3–6.
Beating the Limitations of Camera-Monitor Mediated Telepresence with Extra Eyes (KY, JRC, TN, WB), pp. 50–57.

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