This project explores the potential of asynchronous video to support rich conversations. We have deployed different versions of an asynchronous video messaging tool with three different populations: globally distributed development teams; schools from USA and Greece; and a group of 10-year olds girls who were all very close friends.The results of this work demonstrate potential for video to support rich conversations, even when people are not able to have a synchronous conversation.
- Kori Inkpen, Honglu Du, Asta Roseway, Aaron Hoff, and Paul Johns, Video Kids: Augmenting Close Friendships with Asynchronous Video Conversations in VideoPal, in CHI 2012, ACM, May 2012
- Jeremy T. Barksdale, Kori Inkpen, Mary Czerwinski, Aaron Hoff, Paul Johns, Asta Roseway, and Gina Venolia, Video Threads: Asynchronous Video Sharing for Temporally Distributed Teams, in CSCW 2012, ACM, February 2012
- Honglu Du, Kori Inkpen, Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Mary Czerwinski, Paul Johns, Aaron Hoff, Asta Roseway, Sarah Morlidge, John Tang, and Tom Gross, VideoPal: Exploring Asynchronous Video-Messaging to Enable Cross-Cultural Friendships, in ECSCW 2011, Springer, 26 September 2011
- Michail N. Giannakos, Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Paul Johns, Kori Inkpen, and Honglu Du, Children’s Interactions in an Asynchronous Video Mediated Communication Environment, in Interact 2011, Springer, 7 September 2011
- Kori Inkpen, Honglu Du, Asta Roseway, Aaron Hoff, Paul Johns, Mary Czerwinski, Aaron Hoff, Paul Johns, Brian Meyers, Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Tom Gross, and Peter Ljungstrand, VideoPal: An Asynchronous Video Based Communication System, in Demo at CSCW 2011, Microsoft Research, March 2011