Design of TeamWorkStation : A Real-Time Shared Workspace Fusing Desktops and Computer Screens. -Hiroshi ISHII -Masaaki OHKUBO Presented by: Bikash Mandal. Citation Detail. Title: Design of TeamWorkStation: A real-time shared workspace fusing desktops and computer screen. Authors:
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Presented by: Bikash Mandal
Human Interface Laboratories, NTT, Japan
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TeamWorkStation Site: http://web.media.mit.edu/~ishii/TWS.htmlAbout The Authors (2/2)
3. Allows users to combine individual work space and drawing on overlaid image simultaneously.
Hirosii Ishii Conversation With Eye Contact
Media Arts and Sciences, Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Laboratory
BE,ME, PhD (in EE)
Hokkaido University, Japan
http://web.media.mit.edu/~ishii/publications.htmlAbout The Authors (1/2)
Minoru Kobayashi Conversation With Eye Contact
NTT Human Computer lab, Kanazawa, Japan
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Two problems of TeamWorkStation: Conversation With Eye Contact
Seams between windows
Lack of eye contact
ClearBoard solves both these problemWhy ClearBoard ?
LCD switches between Conversation With Eye Contacttwo sates
In state (1) the screen works as a rear projection screen
In state (2) users image is captured by video camera.Liquid Crystal Screen Architecture
Terminal is tilted with 45 Conversation With Eye Contacto.
The video camera captures the drawing and the image of the user reflected by the half mirror.
This image is sent to other terminal through video network
This image projected on to partners screen from the rearDrafter-mirror Architecture
Thank you.. Conversation With Eye Contact
Jim Hollan Conversation With Eye Contact
Professor, Department of Cognitive Science, University of California, San Diego
B.A. (1969), M.S. (1971), and Ph.D. (1973), University of Florida
PublicationsAbout the Authors (1/2)
Scott Stornetta Conversation With Eye Contact
Computer Graphics and Cognitive Science Research Group, Bellcore.About the Authors (2/2)