A prototype augmented reality collaborative process modelling tool
Poppe, Erik, Brown, Ross A., Recker, Jan C., & Johnson, Daniel M. (2011) A prototype augmented reality collaborative process modelling tool. In 9th International Conference on Business Process Management, August 28th to September 2nd 2011, Clermont-Ferrand, France. (In Press)
Identifying, modelling and documenting business processes usually requires the collaboration of many stakeholders that may be spread across companies in inter-organizational business settings. While there are many process modelling tools available, the support they provide for remote collaboration is still limited. This demonstration showcases a novel prototype application that implements collaborative virtual environment and augmented reality technologies to improve remote collaborative process modelling, with an aim to assisting common collaboration tasks by providing an increased sense of immersion in an intuitive shared work and task space. Our tool is easily deployed using open source software, and commodity hardware, and is expected to assist with saving money on travel costs for large scale process modelling projects covering national and international centres within an enterprise.
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