SHARESPACE presentation at ACM Conference ICMI23 in Paris

On the 13th of October, SHARESPACE researcher fellow Julia Ayache presented a short paper during the ACE2023 workshop from the ACM Conference ICMI23 on the current trends and ethical considerations associated with the classification and manipulation of kinematics in human-human and human-avatars interactions in virtual and augmented reality. The SHARESPACE project aims to investigate how the manipulation of kinematics can foster social connectedness in remote communications by increasing movement features associated with mind-reading abilities and social bonding. However, manipulating such non-verbal components raises ethical issues that must be carefully considered and assessed when designing human-computer interactions in virtual and mixed environments. To learn more about these issues,  you can read the short paper associated with this presentation: