Attentive Office Cubicles : Mediating Visual and Auditory Interactions Between Office Co-Workers

@inproceedings{Mamuji2004AttentiveOC,
  title={Attentive Office Cubicles : Mediating Visual and Auditory Interactions Between Office Co-Workers},
  author={Aadil Mamuji and Roel Vertegaal and Connor Dickie and Changuk Sohn and Maria Danninger},
  year={2004}
}
We designed an office cubicle that automatically mediates communications between co-workers by sensing whether users are candidate members of the same social group. The cubicle regulates visual interactions through the use of privacy glass, which can be rendered opaque or transparent upon detection of joint orientation. It regulates auditory interactions through noise-canceling headphones that automatically turn off upon co-orientation. 

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