inSpace: Co-Designing the Physical and Digital Environment to Support Workplace Collaboration

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Title: inSpace: Co-Designing the Physical and Digital Environment to Support Workplace Collaboration
Author: Voida, Stephen ; McKeon, Matt ; Le Dantec, Christopher Alexis ; Forslund, C. ; Verma, Puja ; McMillan, B. ; Bunde-Pedersen, J. ; Edwards, Keith ; Mynatt, Elizabeth D. ; Mazalek, Ali
Abstract: In this paper, we unpack three themes for the multidisciplinary codesign of a physical and digital meeting space environment in supporting collaboration: that social practices should dictate design, the importance of supporting fluidity, and the need for technological artifacts to have a social voice. We describe a prototype meeting space named inSpace that explores how design grounded in these themes can create a user-driven, information-rich environment supporting a variety of meeting types. Our current space includes a table with integrated sensing and ambient feedback, a shared wall display that supports multiple concurrent users, and a collection of storage and infrastructure services for communication, and that also can automatically capture traces of how artifacts are used in the space.
Type: Technical Report
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/26172
Date: 2008
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology
Thomas J. Watson IBM Research Center
Steelcase, inc.
Aarhus universitet
Relation: GVU Technical Report; GIT-GVU-08-03
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Ambient displays
Artifact-based interaction
inSpace
Interactive furnishings
Meeting support
Ubiquitous computing

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