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  • Dev 82Distributed Enterprise Perf Agile 87 01 CSM 07Experience in Applying Virtual Worlds to CSP 08Training and planning in a Business Environment MBTI 09 VW 10 IGQI 12By AgileBill Krebs & Stylianos Mystakidis Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC
  • Part of a Suite of Tools Need Tool Small Immersive Meeting TelePresence Quick communication Lync Read anytime e-Mail, wiki Large Events WebEx Always on Spatial Context Sococo 3d immersion VenueGen Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 2
  • Platform Possibilities Usability (easy to learn and use) Telepresence Sococo VenueGen Jibe Web.Alive 3dXplorer OpenSim + Creatability (Flexibility in Custom Building) Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 3
  • Famous Quotes Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 4
  • Platform Perils• Performance • Intellectual Property• Security • Ease of Use• Cost to Build • Gamadox• Cost to buy and lease • Zombieism• Time to Learn • Ghost Towns• Vendor Health • Blindness Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 5
  • Custom Spaces Mater• Adoption rate varies • 24% with cubicles, 78% with custom spaces, can sag to 50% without momentum. The more people are in the more beneficial it is. Metcalfes law states that the value of telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system (n2). (Source: wikipedia)• Pilot with over 400 people Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 6
  • Cross CheckBill, I think this is very accurate. Because I’m able to hear clearly andknow who is speaking it saves a lot of redundantconversations. Honestly I’d say your Meeting Flow saving is too low. Ican do more in 20 minutes using Sococo than most can in 30 minuteWebEx ™. But some of that is PM technique as well.Plus Sococo ® keeps you more engaged and productive in yourmeetings because your laptop is viewing Sococo, not email.Ryan Brown, PMP Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 7
  • Let’s pick a simple, let teams work there, and follow their dayWHAT IF ? Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 8
  • The Business Analysts discuss requirementsI see Dan is speaking because his icon is flashing.I can also use the icons to tell who is watching the view screen, listening, ortyping based. Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 9
  • Team Holds a Scrum Meeting International teams feel together (Ukraine to USA) Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 10
  • Team Holds a Scrum Meeting Ukraine Lviv Dnipropetrovs’k USA NC NJ IN Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 11
  • Test and Dev Collaborate- a room per subject Divide talk by subject. Who is working on what? Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 12
  • Some Go to Breakout Rooms Head to a breakout room or specialist’s office. Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 13
  • Let’s put it all togetherHow much communication context information can you gather from the next slide? Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 14
  • Pairing a Tester and Developer• “Osmotic Communication” in a feature room bullpen• For top 3 hot features (Focus and Finish per Lean) Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 15
  • Communication Modes• Voice • Phone to our 800 bridge Use an ear buds • Or voice over IP• Text • Log • Can integrate w/ Lync + with XMPP Protocoll• AES-5 Encryption Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 16
  • Share Screens With One Click Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 17
  • Metrics Show Voice, Text and Share Usage Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 18
  • Our Custom Space Tripled Engagement• It’s not about text 8/29 messages 12/9 Custom Space Standard Office Space• It’s not about offices Present 18 8• It’s always on “Osmatic” Zombies 4 6 communication. Active % 78% 25% Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 19
  • Can Visit Different Teams in Seconds• 14 team rooms for Allscripts• 2 large conference centers• 3 centers for vendor / client talks Click to jump – be there in seconds Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 20
  • Support is Fast • Visit gurus in the Sococo Help room • Ask questions via text chat or voice • No waiting Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 21
  • Fits with Other Tools Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 22
  • Telephone• Distance from speaker to microphone is a problem• Blind So no context Did we forget anyone? Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC
  • LyncTextVoiceShareIntegrates with OutlookNot for large conferences Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 24
  • Cisco TelePresenceMother of all WebcamsVery immersiveSmall groupsMust reserve the roomMust walk to the room Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC
  • SococoAlways on ‘project room’Text, voice, see share app controlPhone bridgeIntegrates with other chat via XMPP Including LyncWebcam support comingiPad and mobile in testConference over 40 peopleCustom spacesGives Spatial ContextRequires training Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 26
  • WebExWell knownPeople do not use the chat orparticipants window Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC
  • VenueGen3d is engaging3d is hardSlide basedCanned environments (good and bad) Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC
  • Web.Alive3d is engagingPre created venuesCan create your venueSlide based3d is hardCannot create venues in real time Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 29
  • OpenSim3d is engagingCan create in real timeLog in from web or facebook3d is new for many people Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 30
  • UnityAllows advanced programming C#, JavaScript, or Boo (Python)Hi PerformanceCustom VenuesRuns on Rich, Web, or Mobile clientsHard to build custom environments Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 31
  • The AB4 Model 3d Build First Dynamic Jibe, OpenSim web.alive Simple Spatial Video 3d Precon SococoTelePresence VenueGen 2d Voice Many Text WebEx Share Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 32
  • Trademarks Cisco TelePresence® Sococo © 2011 Sococo Lync © 2010 Microsoft Web.Alive © 2009 Avaya Inc. VenueGen © 2008 VenueGen Unity3d © Unity Technologies Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 33
  • Stylianos Mystakidis • University of Washington • Universitat Oberta de Catalunya • National Technical University of Athens • e-learning Facilitator at UOC • e-learning Specialist at University of Patra blog.edu.gr Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 34
  • AgileBill Firehawk • IBM Alumni • Founder, Agile Dimensions LLC • Board, U Rockcliffe • U of New Mexico, U of Washington • Distributed Agile Coach (Healthcare) AgileDimensions.com VirtualAbility.org Copyright © 2011 Agile Dimensions LLLC 35