Playing virtual games with frames
For public displays nowadays, we are no longer limited to traditional square and flat designs. More wild and appealing forms like curves, spheres, or columns are now possible as well.
Observing communication skills in newly wed couples
Communication is the key to all relationships. Communicating effectively can determine the success or the failure of a relationship.
Predicting Advertising Effectiveness: Facial Coding of 120.000 Video Frames
The advertising and marketing companies have just received a new addition to their repertoire of the neuromarketing tools – automated coding of facial expressions of basic emotions.
How to analyze nurse-patient consultations
Efficient and effective communication is necessary in doctor-patient as well as nurse-patient consultations.
Video tracking of children with autism
Automated video tracking is a valuable tool for studies on animal models of autism (ASD). Diagnosis of ASD is based on behavior alone in humans, so naturally, behavior is an important part of human as well as rodent studies.
Robot-child interactions – helping children with autism learn skills
Human-Computer Interaction research may go a lot further than just evaluating an office worker interacting with a stationary computer or laptop.
Classroom observations including facial expression analysis
Internet and technology usage, including computers, tablets, and mobile phones, has increased exponentially in the past few years.
Human-robot interaction: Can you trust a robot?
How do you know if someone with whom you do business is telling the truth? When buying something from a stranger, we are trying to determine if he or she can be trusted, either consciously or unconsciously.
Observations of surgeons as a tool to assess competency
Medical doctors receive extensive education and training before and during their time spent working at a hospital or clinic.
What behaviors to focus on – Airport passenger experiences
To learn more about airport design and to investigate how to make time at an airport more enjoyable, Livingstone et al. undertook a study into passenger experience.