CoLocScribe: A Media Space for Information Disclosure in Storytelling

Digital storytelling of remote social interaction, where the situation of a remote group distributed over two locations is captured and a story is generated for later retrieval, can provide valuable insight into the structure and processes in a group. Yet, capturing these situations is a challenge—both from a technical perspective, and from a social perspective. In this paper we present CoLocScribe: a concept and prototype of an advanced media space featuring ubiquitous computing technology for capturing remote social interaction as well as a study of its use providing valuable feedback for the captured persons as well as input for the authors.


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