The Next Advanced Framework of Collaborative Interaction Environment
Tuesday, July 1 4:10-4:40 PM Location: Main 12 (2nd Fl)
Presider: Kia Ng, ICSRiM - University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Abstract: Traditionally, in collaboration, cooperation and coordination environments the concept “face-to-face” has been popularly investigated so as to construct and keep good friendships among persons with the similar or the same purposes. The video conference system and television conversation system were developed to attain “face-to-face” complementally in addition to the ordinary audio-based communication media, but the effort could not always satisfy the actions/reactions for our natural interaction in the real world. In this paper, we address the computer-supported collaboration mechanism and its associated functionality on the cyber communication environment. Our fundamental objective is to describe explicitly why the notions of space sharing and field sharing take important roles to organize collaborative interaction environment, and also how the cognition, perception and intention can relate effectively to “face-to-face” to design an activity-oriented interaction mechanism.