Shuo-Ping Wang

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In computer-mediated communication (CMC), the lack of visual cues in text communication can make communication difficult. However, video chat with rich cues may raise privacy concerns and social biases. In this paper, we present an instant messaging tool, namely KinChat, that combines text messaging with visualizations of facial expression and head(More)
The lack of visibility in text-based chat can hinder communication, especially when nonverbal cues are instrumental to the production and understanding of messages. However, communicating rich nonverbal cues such as facial expressions may be technologically more costly (e.g., demand of bandwidth for video streaming) and socially less desirable (e.g.,(More)
As experts and expertise are increasingly distributed across distance, remote collaboration on physical tasks also becomes popular. Physical collaboration requires collaborators to produce and resolve references to physical objects unambiguously. We present a novel annotation system called AlphaRead that enables users to add and see readable annotations of(More)
Effective communication between those who are not fluent in a non-native language can potentially be quite difficult. The common language selected to be used throughout an exchange can encumber those who might not speak it as proficiently as others. Remote communication further heightens the difficulty since less channels are available for communication. We(More)
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