Immersive Conferencing Directions at FX Palo Alto Laboratory

author: Jonathan Foote, FX Palo Alto Laboratory
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: June 2004,   views: 2769
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At FX Palo Alto Laboratory, we have been recording and reusing meetings for five years, and have been developing technologies to support meeting recording, collaboration, and videoconferencing. I will briefly summarize our experience and results, and will then present and/or demonstrate a few of our more interesting research directions. Some of our work uses a video image as an interface, allowing devices and information to be accessed "through the screen."

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