The workshop will take place on Sunday, May 1, in room 395 (3rd floor above Halls I-J) at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and online.
ScheduleAll times in Central Daylight Time.
The Future of Events is Hybrid (K. Inkpen, J. Tang)
What would Jane Austen Do: Opportunities for Intentional Social Norms in Digital Spaces (B. Axtell, A. Liaqat)
Designing and Studying Social Interactions in Shared Virtual Spaces using Mobile Augmented Reality (R. Vanukuru, A. Murugan, J. Pillai, E. Do)
Simultaneous Perspectives in Virtual Spaces: A Cubist Approach to Awareness (A. Webb, R. Linder)
Peripheral Awareness in Virtual Presence (M. Duckert, L. Barkhuus)
Work, Talk, or Play Through Auditory Virtual Space (Z. Mason, P. Coulton, D. Green, J. Lindley)
Social Virtual Reality Avatar Biosignal Animations as Availability Status Indicators (A. Ali, S. Lee, P. Cesar)
Elevating Social Presence in Multi-User VR by Increasing Behavioral Realism (S. Kimmel, W. Heuten)
Augmenting Social Presence in VR Meetings (K. Isbister, J. McVeigh-Schultz, A. Osborne, J. Li)
Lightning Talks: Short talks by workshop participants.
You can also download all papers as a Zip file
Each paper will have a 20-minute time slot with 10 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for Q&A.
This event is a hybrid event, with both in-person and virtual participants. While we will attempt to ensure that virtual participants have a sense of social presence at the workshop, our expectation is that we will have limited technological and social support during the workshop. We will post instructions for virtual participants when they are available.
Please note: conference policy prevents us from recording the workshop, streaming it publicly, or adding participants who have not registered.