Social Tele-embodiment: Understanding Presence (10 Mar 2000)
Current computer mediated communication tools such email, chat, and videoconferencing have increased our social tele-connectivity. They allow us to exchange text, images, sound, and video with anyone whose interests we share, professionally or socially, regardless of geographic location. But for many applications something important is still missing. Existing tools fail to provide us with an adequate interface into the real world in which we live, work, and play.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/cs547/abstracts/99-00/000310-paulos.html
(Eric Paulos, UC Berkeley)
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