The C-Slate project is developing a teleconferencing system that enables easy and efficient electronic two-way collaboration in the workplace. The aim is to define a reference workstation for collaboration between knowledge workers that allows the sharing of tasks with sufficient intensity, clarity and effectiveness that travel, with its attendant waste of resources and creative time, is rendered unnecessary in many cases.
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The C-Slate concept, phantom presence and gesture recognition.
- Thomas Deselaers, Antonio Criminisi, John Winn, and Ankur Agarwal, Incorporating On-demand Stereo for Real Time Recognition, in Proc. IEEE Conf. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2007.
- Shahram Izadi, Ankur Agarwal, Antonio Criminisi, John Winn, Andrew Blake, and Andrew Fitzgibbon, C-Slate: Exploring Remote Collaboration on Horizontal Multi-touch Surfaces. , in Proc. IEEE Tabletop, 2007.
- Shahram Izadi, Ankur Agarwal, Antonio Criminisi, John Winn, Andrew Blake, and Andrew Fitzgibbon, C-Slate: A Multi-Touch and Object Recognition System for Remote Collaboration using Horizontal Surfaces, in Proceedings of the Second Annual IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Tabletop 2007), IEEE, 2007.