July 18th, 2000
Categories: Human Factors, Networking, Software, Tele-Immersion, VR
N*Vector (Networked Virtual Environment Collaboration Trans-Oceanic Research) is a project to develop innovative networked virtual reality technologies to support transoceanic collaboration. The project is currently being conducted between Japan and the United States, but the results can be generalized to other long-distance collaborative situations. In this paper we present one of the goals of N*VECTOR, to develop tools to bridge time zone differences.
Imai, T., Qui, Z., Behara, S., Tachi, S., Aoyama, T., Johnson, A., Leigh, J., Overcoming Time-Zone Differences and Time Management Problem with Tele-Immersion, CDROM Proceedings of INET 2000, Yokohama, Japan, July 18th, 2000. http://www.evl.uic.edu/aej/papers/inet2k/inet2000.htm