SAGE3 Tutorial Sessions at ACM Interactive Surfaces and Spaces Conference (ACM ISS 2023)

November 5th, 2023 - November 8th, 2023

Categories: Architecture, Software, User Groups, Visualization, Tele-Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Cybersecurity, Data Science


EVL Research Associate Professor Luc Renambot joins collaborators from the University of Hawaii Manoa and Virginia Tech to present the latest advances in SAGE3 with a tutorial session at the ACM ISS 2023.

SAGE3, the newest and most advanced generation of the Smart Amplified Group Environment, is an open-source software designed to facilitate collaboration among scientists, researchers, students, and professionals across various fields. This tutorial aims to introduce attendees to the capabilities of SAGE3, demonstrating its ability to enhance collaboration and productivity in diverse settings, from co-located office collaboration to remote collaboration to both at once, with diverse displays, from personal laptops to large-scale display walls. Participants will learn how to effectively use SAGE3 for brainstorming, data analysis, and presentation purposes, as well as installation of private collaboration servers and development of custom applications.

Jesse Harden, Virginia Tech
Nurit Kirshenbaum, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Roderick S. Tabalba Jr., University of Hawaii at Manoa
Jason Leigh, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Luc Renambot, University of Illinois Chicago, EVL
Chris North, Virginia Tech

In-person and on-line Sunday Nov 5, 3 to 4:30PM, and Wed. Nov 8 1PM to 2:30 PM.