CollaboVR: A Reconfigurable Framework for Multi-user to Communicate in Virtual Reality


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CollaboVR: A Reconfigurable Framework for Multi-user to Communicate in Virtual Reality

Zhenyi He, Ruofei Du, and Ken Perlin
2020 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR), 2020.
Keywords: chalktalk, virtual reality, collaborative work, layout, telepresence, communication, XR interaction, augmented communication


CollaboVR: A Reconfigurable Framework for Multi-user to Communicate in Virtual Reality


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