(Tele) Presence and Usability. Matthew Lombard, PhD BTMM, MM&C, ISPR November 8, 2007. Overview. What is (tele)presence? The growing (tele)presence field Who cares? Usability and presence Example. What Is (Tele)Presence?.
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Matthew Lombard, PhDBTMM, MM&C, ISPR
November 8, 2007
The evolution of media technologies - drawings, print, radio, film, television, computers, IMAX, simulator rides, virtual reality, AI agents…
… has produced mediated experiences that seem increasingly natural, intuitive, comfortable, easy, automatic, and ‘real’ because the technology seems increasingly less like technology.
Lara Diki T-babe Webbie-
“From the first day you play with Aibo, it will become your new companion for the Millennium.”
10 Annual International Workshops on Presence:
PRESENCE 1998: Suffolk, England
PRESENCE 1999: Colcester, England
PRESENCE 2000: Delft, The Netherlands
PRESENCE 2001: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
PRESENCE 2002: Porto, Portugal
PRESENCE 2003: Aalborg, Denmark
PRESENCE 2004: Valencia, Spain
PRESENCE 2005: London, UK
PRESENCE 2006: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
PRESENCE 2007: Barcelona, Spain
Karl Horvath’s dissertation study:
THE COMPUTER AS INFORMATION INTERMEDIARY:
USING SOCIAL AND SPATIAL CUES TO EVOKE PRESENCE IN COMPUTER USERS AND OPTIMIZE HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION