Collaborative Analysis Using Visualizations
Knowledge workers in academia and industry alike nowadays work collaboratively and in teams. The hardware they use will most often be designed for a single user (e.g., phone, laptop). The collaboration and multi-user features themselves happen on the software side (e.g., Google Docs). Yet, most visualization prototypes, while supporting analysis tasks, assume a single user. We are interested in prototypes/tools/systems that do not have this restriction.
Research and present interactive visualizations that support multiple users simultaneously, either on hardware (e.g., VR, AR, Microsoft Surface Hub...) or software side.
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