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ACM CHI 1992 Issue 76 - Using Spatial Cues to Improve Desktop Videoconferenceing (1992)
In the video they describe and demostrate Hydra; a prototype system for supporting four-way videoconferencing. The design is intended to build as much as possible upon existing skills used...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Video Conferencing; Video; Hydra;
Duration: 00:06:03
Popularity (downloads): 452
 
ACM CSCW 1996 - Majic and DesktopMajic (1996)
This video shows a multiparty videoconferencing system “MAJIC” and a multiparty desktop conferencing system “DesktopMAJIC”. MAJIC is composed of 2 video cameras, 2 video projectors, a one-way transparent screen, and...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CSCW; videoconferencing; MAJIC; DesktopMAJIC; awareness; collaborative environment;
Duration: 00:07:23
Popularity (downloads): 502
 
ACM CSCW 1996 - The MIT design studio (1995)
The MIT Design Studio of the Future is an interdisciplinary effort to focus on geographically distributed electronic design and work group collaboration issues. The physical elements of this virtual...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CSCW; constraints; dependencies; process description; process support; workflow; computer supported cooperative work;
Duration: 00:09:31
Popularity (downloads): 532
 
NASA Connect - Geometry of Exploration: Water Below the Surface of Mars (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect Segment involving students participating in an activity to measure and calculate ellipses. The activity explains ellipses and their...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Mars; Geometry; Pythagoras Theorem; Ellipses; Mars Millenium Project; Mars Microprobe; Orbits; calculate; Student Activity; Johannes Kepler; Mars Microprobe; Mars Navigation; Water; NASA Online Activity; Life On Mars; Navigation to Mars; Spacecraft; NASA Viking Mission; Geometry in Navigation; Pythagoras; Pythagoras Theorem; Right Triangle;
Duration: 00:28:30
Popularity (downloads): 4447
 

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