Shared Visualization Spaces for Environment to Environment Communication
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In this paper, we will describe the creation of shared visualization spaces which provides a natural means of sharing, interacting and working with the collection of media artifacts, which may not exist in totality in any one physical environment. The idea is to create a virtual collaborative space which takes inputs from multiple physical spaces. Each user environment has a projector camera system. The projector shows the Shared Visualization Space in each user’s environment and each user can make changes to it using natural hand gestures which are being captured by a camera.