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Workflow Model for Collaborative 3D Interaction - Application to co-located manipulation

Abstract : Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVEs) are complex environments where multiple users share the same objects to act together. The complexity of these environments is related to the interaction of the user group with shared items. In a shared world, several constraints appear, including those related to coordination and communication of users and user interaction management in virtual world towards objects and other users. This paper presents a useful workflow-based approach to manage 3D interactions and enhance presence in CVEs. This approach combines astutely different concepts from two research domains: CSCW and VR.
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Christophe Domingues, Samir Otmane, Frédéric Davesne, Malik Mallem. Workflow Model for Collaborative 3D Interaction - Application to co-located manipulation. International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Application (GRAPP 2012), Feb 2012, Rome, Italy. pp.407--412. ⟨hal-00652877⟩

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