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Collaboration in Augmented Reality

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Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that allows users to view and interact in real time with virtual images seamlessly superimposed over the real world. AR systems can be used to create unique collaborative experiences. For example, co-located users can see shared 3D virtual objects that they interact with, or a user can annotate the live video view of a remote worker, enabling them to collaborate at a distance. The overall goal is to augment the face-to-face collaborative experience, or to enable remote people to feel that they are virtually co-located. In this special issue on collaboration in augmented reality, we begin with the visions of science fiction authors of future technologies that might significantly improve collaboration, then introduce research articles which describe progress towards these visions, finally we outline a research agenda discussing the work still to be done.


Lukosch, Stephan; Billinghurst, Mark; Alem, Leila; Kiyokawa, Kiyoshi (42339): Collaboration in Augmented Reality. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW): Vol. 24, No. 6. DOI: 10.1007/s10606-015-9239-0. Springer. PISSN: 1573-7551. pp. 515-525