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|Title:||User’s communication behavior in the pseudo same-room videoconferencing system|
|Publisher:||Middle East Youth Initiative|
|Abstract:||This paper presents user's communication behavior in a pseudo same-room videoconferencing named “Being Here System,” in comparison with a conventional videoconferencing. The system extracts the remote person's figure and superimposes it on the local site's front view in a large display in real-time. This method makes the local person feel as if the remote person was before him/her in his/her spatial environment. To investigate the influence of the system on user’s communication, the recorded video of the system evaluation experiment was analyzed. This revealed that the system significantly affected user's communication behavior such as turn taking, speech overlap, and gaze directions|
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