Jason Weigel, Stephen Viller, Mark Schulz
Collaboration, Augmented reality, Remote learning
The aim of this thesis is to identify mechanisms for supporting collaboration around physical artefacts in co-located and remote settings. To explore the research question in the project, a Research through Design approach has been adopted. A technology probe — an evolutionary prototype of a remote collaboration system — will be used to fuel the research. The prototype will facilitate collaboration between small groups around physical artefacts in an augmented learning environment. The prototype will inform future collaborative augmented reality technology design.