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Proceedings of the 2003 international ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting group work - GROUP '03
Telepointers are an important type of embodiment in real-time distributed groupware. Telepointers can increase the presence of remote participants and can provide considerable awareness information about people's locations and activities. However, the motion of a telepointer is often disrupted by network jitter. Although some strategies exist for dealing with jitter, none of these techniques are able to restore the immediacy and smoothness of a real cursor. In this paper we investigate the usedoi:10.1145/958206.958207 fatcat:7cqyexwsp5cexakhzqizskttbe