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Transparent displays naturally support workspace awareness during face-to-face interactions. Viewers see another person's actions through the display: gestures, gaze, body movements, and what one is manipulating on the display. Yet we can design even better collaborative transparent displays. First, collaborators on either side should be able to directly interact with workspace objects. Second, and more controversially, both sides should be capable of presenting different content. This affords:doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2017.01.003 fatcat:tuf4oiqwnvbdtfpd5rhd52rjpu