Audience Silhouettes: Peripheral Awareness of Synchronous Audience Kinesics for Social Television

@inproceedings{Vatavu2015AudienceSP,
  title={Audience Silhouettes: Peripheral Awareness of Synchronous Audience Kinesics for Social Television},
  author={Radu-Daniel Vatavu},
  booktitle={TVX},
  year={2015}
}
We introduce audience silhouettes for TV, which are visual representations of viewers' body movements displayed in real-time on top of television content. With their minimal visual cues and their ability to convey presence and to leverage interactions via non-verbal kinesics, audience silhouettes are strong candidates for implementing Oehlberg et al.'s theater metaphor of an unobtrusive social TV system [37]. In a user study, we found our participants connecting well to the on-screen… CONTINUE READING

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