Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

P. Slovak, P. Troubil, P. Holub:
"Gcoll: Enhancing trust in exible group-to-group video-conferencing";
Poster: CHI '10, Atlanta, GA, USA; 2010-04-10 - 2010-04-15; in: "CHI '10 Extended Abstracts", ACM, (2010), ISBN: 978-1-60558-930-5; 3607 - 3612.

English abstract:
In this paper we describe a quantitative study of a group-to-group videoconferencing environment called GColl that provides a compromise between the need for preserving non-verbal cues and the requirements of low-cost and flexibility. We have compared the task process and outcome of participants interacting over an environment analogous to common commodity solutions, those using face-to-face communication, and groups communicating over GColl. Our results demonstrate that it is possible to design a group-to-group collaboration environment with modest technical requirements and low overall cost that still shows measurable advantages over the common environment in its ability to support trust in social dilemma games.

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