Digital but physical surrogates are tangible representations of remote
people positioned within an office and under digital control. Surrogates
selectively collect and present awareness information about the people they
represent. By having them react to physical actions of people, surrogates
can control the communication capabilities of a media space. This enables
the smooth transition from awareness to casual interaction while mitigating
concerns about privacy.
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