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The vision presented encapsulates two of the central goals not only of collaborative virtual environments (CVEs), but also of any communication medium. First, to enable groups of people to collaborate and interact socially in an efﬁcient and enjoyable way, and second, to foster the illusion that people are together when in reality they are in distinct physical locations. CVEs have the makings of a potentially powerful medium of communication that heralds new promises and challenges. It is their inherently spatial property that sets them apart from other collaborative media.
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As previously discussed, one assumption made by several researchers is that convincing behaviour is a higher priority than realistic appearance in the development of expressive avatars. We wished to test this assumption by investigating the impact of the (higher-ﬁdelity) inferred-gaze model with the (lower-ﬁdelity) random-gaze model on avatars whose appearance represented different levels of photorealism. The initial hypothesis was that behavioural realism would be independent in its effects on perceived quality of communication from the impact of visual realism, and that it would be of greater importance.