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FXPAL @ CHI 2018

This year FXPAL is happy to present four papers (three long papers and one case study) at CHI 2018 in Montreal. Our featured work this year investigates the themes of Human-Centered Workstyle, Information Visualization, and Internet of Things. You can check out the papers now: Long Papers Challenges and Opportunities for Technology-Supported Activity Reporting in […] → Read More: FXPAL @ CHI 2018

FXPAL @ CHI 2018

This year FXPAL is happy to present four papers (three long papers and one case study) at CHI 2018 in Montreal. Our featured work this year investigates the themes of Human-Centered Workstyle, Information Visualization, and Internet of Things. You can check out the papers now: Long Papers Challenges and Opportunities for Technology-Supported Activity Reporting in […] → Read More: FXPAL @ CHI 2018

ReflectLive

When clinicians communicate with patients via video conferencing, they must not only exchange information but also convey a sense of sympathy, sensitivity, and attentiveness. However, video-mediated communication often is less effective than in-person communication because it is challenging to convey and perceive essential non-verbal behaviors, such as eye contact, vocal tone, and body posture. Moreover, […] → Read More: ReflectLive

ReflectLive

When clinicians communicate with patients via video conferencing, they must not only exchange information but also convey a sense of sympathy, sensitivity, and attentiveness. However, video-mediated communication often is less effective than in-person communication because it is challenging to convey and perceive essential non-verbal behaviors, such as eye contact, vocal tone, and body posture. Moreover, […] → Read More: ReflectLive

ReflectLive

When clinicians communicate with patients via video conferencing, they must not only exchange information but also convey a sense of sympathy, sensitivity, and attentiveness. However, video-mediated communication often is less effective than in-person communication because it is challenging to convey and perceive essential non-verbal behaviors, such as eye contact, vocal tone, and body posture. Moreover, […] → Read More: ReflectLive

Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

The FXPAL robotics research group has recently explored technologies for improving the usability of mobile telepresence robots. We evaluated a prototype head-tracked stereoscopic (HTS) teleoperation interface for a remote collaboration task. The results of this study indicate that using a HTS systems reduces task errors and improves the perceived collaboration success and viewing experience. We […] → Read More: Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

The FXPAL robotics research group has recently explored technologies for improving the usability of mobile telepresence robots. We evaluated a prototype head-tracked stereoscopic (HTS) teleoperation interface for a remote collaboration task. The results of this study indicate that using a HTS systems reduces task errors and improves the perceived collaboration success and viewing experience. We […] → Read More: Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

The FXPAL robotics research group has recently explored technologies for improving the usability of mobile telepresence robots. We evaluated a prototype head-tracked stereoscopic (HTS) teleoperation interface for a remote collaboration task. The results of this study indicate that using a HTS systems reduces task errors and improves the perceived collaboration success and viewing experience. We […] → Read More: Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

The FXPAL robotics research group has recently explored technologies for improving the usability of mobile telepresence robots. We evaluated a prototype head-tracked stereoscopic (HTS) teleoperation interface for a remote collaboration task. The results of this study indicate that using a HTS systems reduces task errors and improves the perceived collaboration success and viewing experience. We […] → Read More: Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

The FXPAL robotics research group has recently explored technologies for improving the usability of mobile telepresence robots. We evaluated a prototype head-tracked stereoscopic (HTS) teleoperation interface for a remote collaboration task. The results of this study indicate that using a HTS systems reduces task errors and improves the perceived collaboration success and viewing experience. We […] → Read More: Improving User Interfaces for Robot Teleoperation

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