Sasa Junuzovic, Rajesh Hegde, Zhengyou Zhang, Philip A. Chou, Zicheng Liu, and Cha Zhang
29 October 2008
We have found that viewing recorded meetings using traditional meeting viewers whose interfaces consist of an automatic speaker and a fixed context view does not provide sufficient information and control to the users. In particular, a survey of users who watch meeting recordings on a regular basis revealed that it is also useful to provide (1) speaker-related information, including who the speaker is talking to, looking at, and being interrupted by, and (2) more control of the interface, including changing the relative sizes of the speaker and context views and navigating within the context view. We present a 3D interface prototype designed specifically to meet these requirements when viewing recorded meetings. We describe in detail the results of a user study comparing the effectiveness of the new and traditional style interfaces with respect to these requirements. Based on this study, we present a set of guidelines for future interfaces.
|Published in||Proceeding of the 16th ACM international conference on Multimedia|
|Publisher||Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.|
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