Olympus: Enhancing Online Meetings with Avatars

Olympus explores how users can represent themselves in online meetings through avatars. Our prototype provides a customizable peripheral display for existing web-based e-meeting solutions. Users can be represented as dots, pictures, avatars, and avatars with pictures.

By: Li-Te Cheng; N. Sadat Shami; Steven Rohall; Andrew Sempere; John Patterson

Published in: RC24928 in 2010


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