Video Chat with Multiple Cameras

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MacCormick, John;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Human-Computer Interaction | Computer Science - Multimedia | C.4 | H.5.1

The dominant paradigm for video chat employs a single camera at each end of the conversation, but some conversations can be greatly enhanced by using multiple cameras at one or both ends. This paper provides the first rigorous investigation of multi-camera video chat, c... View more
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