Automatically Freezing Live Video for Annotation during Remote Collaboration

@inproceedings{Kim2015AutomaticallyFL,
  title={Automatically Freezing Live Video for Annotation during Remote Collaboration},
  author={Seungwon Kim and Gun A. Lee and Sangtae Ha and Nobuchika Sakata and Mark Billinghurst},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2015}
}
Drawing annotations on shared live video has been investigated as a tool for remote collaboration. However, if a local user changes the viewpoint of a shared live video while a remote user is drawing an annotation, the annotation is projected and drawn at wrong place. Prior work suggested manually freezing the video while annotating to solve the issue, but this needs additional user input. We introduce a solution that automatically freezes the video, and present the results of a user study… CONTINUE READING

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