The workshop is planned to last a full day. It will be run most interactively, and participants should work together as much as possible during the workshop to exchange experiences, ideas and visions. Therefore, we expect participants to provide short (firehouse) presentations and / or demos of tools no longer than 5 minutes. The remaining time in the workshop will be dedicated to small group work and discussions among all participants. For this, participants will be asked to provide input for the discussion on the research questions mentioned above, including their viewpoints on potentials for AR in collaboration support now and in 5 years.
Possible outcomes of the workshop include an overview over possible AR-applications for CSCW, a (road) map of AR-CSCW, and an agenda for future work. In addition, the workshop organizers intend to jointly explore possibilities for future research projects with the participants. Proceedings will be available before the workshop online (e.g., CEUR-WS).
Michael Prilla,Information and Technology Management, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Herrmann,Information and Technology Management, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany
Stephan Lukosch,Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Systems Engineering Department, TU Delft, Netherlands
Wolfgang Prinz, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany