List of Figures FIGURE 1 The traditional videoconferencing setup. FIGURE 2 Picture of a node. FIGURE 3 The architecture of a media space. FIGURE 4 A media space connecting to a traditional videoconferencing room. FIGURE 5 Architecture for IIIF-2-IIIF communication. FIGURE 6 Traditional videoconference room connecting to a media space. FIGURE 7 Telephony without automatic switching. FIGURE 8 Using two monitors to prompt users does not satisfy the LCD quality. FIGURE 9 Providing multiple windows will yield an unusable interface. FIGURE 10 An overlayed interface reduces discontinuities and maintains visibility. FIGURE 11 The AVSA in relation to the media space. FIGURE 12 The different layers of the AVSA. FIGURE 13 The AVSA communicates to the IIIF through the reactive room. FIGURE 14 The first interface. FIGURE 15 Charting the menu hierarchy. FIGURE 16 Adding the floor plan to supply orientation information. FIGURE 17 The interface with snapshots to eliminate trial and error. FIGURE 18 The banner provides feedback. FIGURE 19 Scrolling is achieved through page up and page down commands. FIGURE 20 AVSA now communicates with the IIIF directly through the Ethernet. FIGURE 21 Adding the translucent background. FIGURE 22 Options are flashed by switching between solid and outlined text. FIGURE 23 A map helps users navigate through the menu hierarchy. FIGURE 24 The help screen explains how to use the interface. FIGURE 25 The introduction screen. FIGURE 26 Users have access to various demos. FIGURE 27 The VOD system allows users to control the playing of the demo.