Probing the Potential of Extended Reality to Connect Experts and Novices in the Garden

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Probing the Potential of Extended Reality to Connect Experts and Novices in the Garden
Hanuma Teja Maddali, Andrew Irlitti, Amanda Lazar

CSCW 2022: The 25th ACM Conference On Computer-Supported Cooperative Work And Social Computing
Session: XR in Place and Space

As extended reality (XR) systems become increasingly available, XR-based remote instruction is being adopted for diverse purposes in professional settings such as surgery and field servicing. Hobbyists have been well-studied in HCI and may similarly benefit from remote skill-sharing. However, little is known about how XR technologies might support expert-novice collaboration for skilled hobby activities. This paper examines the potential and limitations of XR to connect experts and novices for one such activity: gardening. Through two studies involving 27 expert and novice gardeners, we designed prototypes to understand 1) practitioner perceptions of XR and remote skill-sharing in the garden and 2) what kinds of interactions can be supported in XR for expert-novice groups. We discuss design opportunities and challenges for XR systems in supporting informal connecting interactions and meaningful sensory interactions with a remote environment during skill-sharing.

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