Justice hearings are increasingly likely to employ video communication facilities to provide access for remote participants. This project brings together a critical mass of researchers from seven disciplines together with courts, prosecutors, police and technology companies to develop best practice guidelines for introducing new video technologies. The project tests the impact of technological change on participants sense of presence and the effectiveness of communication; tests the impact of social and environmental changes; and their combined effects. Real courtroom environments are modified, based on the results of the experiments, and impacts of the changes on users are measured and analysed.'',
|Gateways to Justice: improving video-mediated comm
|Effective start/end date
|13/02/08 → 13/02/11
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