Coping with inconsistency due to network delays in collaborative virtual environments

  title={Coping with inconsistency due to network delays in collaborative virtual environments},
  author={Ivan Vaghi and Chris Greenhalgh and Steve Benford},
Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVEs) are shared virtual spaces designed to enhance collaboration between the - usually remote - participants. The deployment of Collaborative Virtual Environments over wide area networks increases typical network delays, potentially breaking the consistency between the replicated versions of an environment at the participants' sites. This paper presents our qualitative observations of an experiment involving two players engaged in a virtual ball game in the… CONTINUE READING
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