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Mixing Realities in Shared Space: An Augmented Reality Interface for Collaborative Computing

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Mixing Realities in Shared Space: An Augmented Reality Interface for Collaborative Computing
In the Shared Space project, we explore, innovate, design and evaluate future computing environments that will radically enhance interaction between human and computers as well as interaction between humans mediated by computers. In particular, we investigate how augmented reality enhanced by physical and spatial 3D user interfaces can be used to develop effective face-toface collaborative computing environments. How will we interact in such collaborative spaces? How will we interact with each other? What new applications can be developed using this technology? These are the questions that we are trying to answer in research on Shared Space. This paper provides a short overview of Shared Space, its directions, technologies and applications.
Mark Billinghurst, Ivan Poupyrev, Hirokazu Kato, R
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICMCS
Authors Mark Billinghurst, Ivan Poupyrev, Hirokazu Kato, Richard May
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