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The DrawStream Station or the AVCs of Video Cocktail Napkins

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The DrawStream Station or the AVCs of Video Cocktail Napkins
This paper reports on the development of a multimedia system to support collaborative design processes. The DrawStream Station was developedthrough acycle of observation of real work, identification of problem characteristics and system requirements, development of the technology, and observation of the technology in use. The system is a combination of a high quality multimedia infrastructure and a particular form of "Space Above / Space Below"interface merging real andvirtual representations. The control interface mixes avariety of temporal and logical representations to display athreadedconversation. We report on the use of the system as a way to understand the dynamics of genre systems. Two nascent genres are identified: Asynchronous Video Conversations andVideo Cocktail Napkins.
Steve R. Harrison, Scott L. Minneman, Joshua Marin
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where ICMCS
Authors Steve R. Harrison, Scott L. Minneman, Joshua Marinacci
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