Turn it <u>this</u> way: grounding collaborative action with remote gestures

@inproceedings{Kirk2007TurnI,
  title={Turn it <u>this</u> way: grounding collaborative action with remote gestures},
  author={David S. Kirk and Tom Rodden and Dana{\"e} Emma Beckford Stanton Fraser},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2007}
}
Remote gesture systems have been shown to provide a significant enhancement to performance in collaborative physical tasks, an effect ascribed to the ability of remote gestures to help ground deictic references. The argument that this effect works by replacing complex referential descriptions with simple pointing behaviours has been drawn into question by recent research. In this paper we significantly unpack the effects of remote gesturing on collaborative language, arguing for a more complex… CONTINUE READING
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