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Studying mobile video telephony

Abstract : Our contribution deals with the organization of visiophonic communications on mobile phones. We have constituted a corpus of such interactions, by using either a capture device on the mobile phones (in which we record what goes on on the mobile phone screens and the sound of the conversation) or video-glasses worn by one of the participants (in which case we have a wider perspective on what he is able to 'see' than the mobile phone screen. We use these data to understand the procedures by which participants organize their interaction through voice, gaze, gesture and image- related resources. We will discuss a particular interaction oriented towards one participant showing to others where she is (namely at the beach), that is case in which an ongoing 'mobile' experience is turned into a salient resource for the ongoing interaction.
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Julien Morel, Christian Licoppe. Studying mobile video telephony. Mobile Methods, Routledge, pp.164-182, 2011. ⟨hal-02278562⟩



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