The Distributed Studio: Towards a Theory of Virtual Place for Creative Collaboration

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Proceedings of the 20th Australasian conference on Computer-Human Interaction: Designing for Habitus and Habitat, 2008, pp. 343 - 346
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Virtual environments intended to support creative collaboration are being built without an informed consideration of the implicit interaction design choices being made. This paper proposes a set of design principles for such environments. Drawing from theory and reflective practice we suggest a conceptual focus on a Distributed Studio designed around the following five principles: Support Reconfiguration, Mix Realities, Control Access, Be A/Synchronous, and Transform Space into Inhabited Place.
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