Setting the Stage — Research Stream Overview

Setting the Stage — Research Stream Overview

An overview of the major components of my PhD researcher including early virtual worlds work, backchan.nl, Tin Can, and a brief introduction to my future work: ROAR.

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Drew Harry

May 03, 2012
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  1. Drew Harry Speech + Mobility MIT Media Lab Setting the

    Stage designing complementary communication systems
  2. flickr / Tommy Huynh

  3. flickr / eston

  4. flickr / seiu

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  6. EMAIL TEXT MESSAGE INSTANT MESSAGE TWITTER

  7. Video chat Phone call Text chat Face to face More

    Rich Less Rich
  8. Is it urgent? Do I want a record? Is it

    an awkward topic? Do I need time to compose? Access Archivability Revisability Disinhibition
  9. Apple Facetime, 2010

  10. Not everyone is equally comfortable participating. People talk one-at-a-time; simultaneous

    speaking is viewed as impolite. By participating, you reveal a lot of personal information about yourself.
  11. Front Channel Back Channel

  12. Front Channel Back Channel

  13. Back Stage Front Stage

  14. Back Stage Front Stage

  15. Side Stage Main Stage

  16. My Work Panel Q&A Remote Presentations Class Discussion Spectating Virtual

    Meetings flickr / andyonflickr flickr / curatorsintl flickr / Nic McPhee
  17. Information Spaces backchan.nl Tin Can Future Work

  18. Channels Portholes, Dourish and Bly 1992 Cognoter, Tatar et al.

    1991 Rendezvous, Kellogg et al. 2006 iCom, Agamanolis 2003 VideoWindow, Fish et al. 1990
  19. Social Translucence Group SketchPad, Gutwin and Greenberg, 2002 ClearBoard, Ishii

    and Kobayashi, 1992 Loops, Erickson and Kellogg, 2000
  20. Reflection Second Messenger DiMicco et al. 2007 Conversation Votes Bergstrom

    and Karahalios 2009 Conversation Clock Bergstrom and Karahalios 2007 Meeting Mediator Kim et al. 2008 Conversation Clusters Bergstrom and Karahalios 2009
  21. Information Spaces Harry, et al. 2008, CHI

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  26. backchan.nl Harry, et al. 2009, CHI

  27. flickr/paigebuilt

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  34. 479 Events 1284 Meetings 14266 Posts 11074 Users 53298 Votes

  35. Public Displays

  36. “Is anyone else cold?” “::abuses backchannel:: Someone lost a Lumix

    camera yesterday. Find Susannah on the ROFLTeam to describe it/pics on it.” “So, is NOW the time the panel should turn some attention to these excellent user-generated questions?” “We need power strips in these seats!” Logistical
  37. flickr/paigebuilt Voting

  38. “Can we get some more questions from the board answered

    this time? xthxbye” How has your web-based and viral advertising work affected your work in traditional advertising? so i herd u liek mudkipz hard to hear :( Did he just cite Eisner? Props for stirring the pot! High Rank Low Rank
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  40. Tin Can Harry, et al. 2012, CSCW

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  42. Ideas Topics Time Engagement Presence Participation

  43. Ideas Topics Time Engagement Presence Participation

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  46. 19 Students 22 Hours 119 Topics 839 Ideas

  47. Intro Design Conclusion Study Promotion

  48. Intro Design Conclusion Study Which stage is main?

  49. Future Work

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  51. Panel Q&A Remote Presentations Class Discussion Spectating Virtual Meetings backchan.nl

    backchan.nl thin Tin Can Class ROAR Information Spaces
  52. backchan.nl backchan.nl thin Tin Can Class ROAR Information Spaces

  53. backchan.nl backchan.nl thin Tin Can Class ROAR Information Spaces Main

    Stage Mediated?
  54. backchan.nl backchan.nl thin Tin Can Class ROAR Information Spaces Main

    Stage Mediated? no yes no yes yes
  55. backchan.nl backchan.nl thin Tin Can Class ROAR Information Spaces Display

    Type public private private private public
  56. backchan.nl backchan.nl thin Tin Can Class ROAR Information Spaces Side

    Stage Attention infrequent occasional often very often rare
  57. backchan.nl backchan.nl thin Tin Can Class ROAR Information Spaces Number

    of Participants 20–500 20–1,000 10–20 1k–100k 10-20
  58. Questions? Drew Harry Speech + Mobility MIT Media Lab