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Probing Experience

From Assessment of User Emotions and Behaviour to Development of Products, Philips Research Book Series 8

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ISBN/EAN: 9789048176755
Sprache: Englisch
Umfang: XIV, 246 S.
Auflage: 1. Auflage 2008
Einband: kartoniertes Buch

Beschreibung

InhaltsangabeForeword; Fred Boekhorst. Introduction: Probing Experience; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink, Martin Ouwerkerk, Thérèse Overbeek, Frank Pasveer, Boris de Ruyter. Experience in Products; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink. Part I: Probing in order to Quantify 1. How was the experience for you just now? Inquiring about people's affective product judgements; Jettie Hoonhout. 2. Atmosphere metrics: development of a tool to quantify experienced atmosphere; Ingrid Vogels. 3. In Search of the X-factor to develop experience measurement tools; Ingrid Mulder & Harry van Vliet. 4. Probing Experiences: logs, traces, self-report and a sense of wonder; Erik Geelhoed, Josephine Reid, Richard Hull & Sharon Baurley. 5. Objective emotional assessment of industrial products; Wolfram Boucsein & Florian Schaefer. 6. Measuring experiences in gaming and TV applications: investigating the added value of a multi-view auto-stereoscopic 3D display; Rosemarie J.E. Rajae-Joordens. 7. Sensing affective experience; Jennifer A. Healy. 8. Brain, skin and cosmetics: sensory aspects objectivated by functional magnetic resonance imaging; Bernard Querleux. 9. The assessment of stress; Ad J.J.M. Vingerhoets. 10. Discovery of T-templates and their real-time interpretation using THEME; Magnus S. Magnusson. Part II: Probing in order to Feed Back 11. Where will the user "drive" future technology? Antonio Maria Calvosa & Amedeo Visconti. 12. A wearable EMG monitoring system for emotions assessment; C. Vera-Munoz, L. Pastor-Sanz, G. Fico, M.T. Arredondo, F. Benuzzi & A. Blanco. 13. Computing emotion awareness through galvanic skin response and facial electromyography; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink, Egon L. van den broek, Marleen H. Schut, Jan van Herk & Kees Tuinenbreijer. 14. Unobtrusive sensing of psychophysiological parameters: some examples of non-invasive sensing technologies; Martin Ouwerkerk, Frank Pasveer & Geert Langereis. 15. It's Heart rythm not rate that counts: HeartMath studies and Freeze-Framer; Deborah Rozman, Rollin McCraty, & Dana Tomasino. 16. Transformative experience on the home computer: lessons from the Wild Divine project; Kurt R. Smith. 17. The emotional computer adaptive to human emotion; Mincheol Whang. 18. Towards a Companion: using physiological measures for task adaptation; Ben Mulder, Dick de Waard, Piet Hoogeboom, Lennart Quispel & Arjan Stuiver. 19. The Usability of Cardiovascular and Electrodermal Measures for Adaptive Automation; Florian Schaefer, Andrea Haarmann & Wolfram Boucsein. Index

Autorenportrait

InhaltsangabeForeword; Fred Boekhorst. Introduction: Probing Experience; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink, Martin Ouwerkerk, Thérèse Overbeek, Frank Pasveer, Boris de Ruyter. Experience in Products; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink. Part I: Probing in order to Quantify 1. How was the experience for you just now? Inquiring about people's affective product judgements; Jettie Hoonhout. 2. Atmosphere metrics: development of a tool to quantify experienced atmosphere; Ingrid Vogels. 3. In Search of the X-factor to develop experience measurement tools; Ingrid Mulder & Harry van Vliet. 4. Probing Experiences: logs, traces, self-report and a sense of wonder; Erik Geelhoed, Josephine Reid, Richard Hull & Sharon Baurley. 5. Objective emotional assessment of industrial products; Wolfram Boucsein & Florian Schaefer. 6. Measuring experiences in gaming and TV applications: investigating the added value of a multi-view auto-stereoscopic 3D display; Rosemarie J.E. Rajae-Joordens. 7. Sensing affective experience; Jennifer A. Healy. 8. Brain, skin and cosmetics: sensory aspects objectivated by functional magnetic resonance imaging; Bernard Querleux. 9. The assessment of stress; Ad J.J.M. Vingerhoets. 10. Discovery of T-templates and their real-time interpretation using THEME; Magnus S. Magnusson. Part II: Probing in order to Feed Back 11. Where will the user 'drive' future technology? Antonio Maria Calvosa & Amedeo Visconti. 12. A wearable EMG monitoring system for emotions assessment; C. Vera-Munoz, L. Pastor-Sanz, G. Fico, M.T. Arredondo, F. Benuzzi & A. Blanco. 13. Computing emotion awareness through galvanic skin response and facial electromyography; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink, Egon L. van den broek, Marleen H. Schut, Jan van Herk & Kees Tuinenbreijer. 14. Unobtrusivesensing of psychophysiological parameters: some examples of non-invasive sensing technologies; Martin Ouwerkerk, Frank Pasveer & Geert Langereis. 15. It's Heart rythm not rate that counts: HeartMath studies and Freeze-Framer; Deborah Rozman, Rollin McCraty, & Dana Tomasino. 16. Transformative experience on the home computer: lessons from the Wild Divine project; Kurt R. Smith. 17. The emotional computer adaptive to human emotion; Mincheol Whang. 18. Towards a Companion: using physiological measures for task adaptation; Ben Mulder, Dick de Waard, Piet Hoogeboom, Lennart Quispel & Arjan Stuiver. 19. The Usability of Cardiovascular and Electrodermal Measures for Adaptive Automation; Florian Schaefer, Andrea Haarmann & Wolfram Boucsein. Index

Inhalt

Foreword; Fred Boekhorst. Introduction: Probing Experience; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink, Martin Ouwerkerk, Therese Overbeek, Frank Pasveer, Boris de Ruyter. Experience in Products; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink. Part I: Probing in order to Quantify 1. How was the experience for you just now? Inquiring about people¿s affective product judgements; Jettie Hoonhout. 2. Atmosphere metrics: development of a tool to quantify experienced atmosphere; Ingrid Vogels. 3. In Search of the X-factor to develop experience measurement tools; Ingrid Mulder & Harry van Vliet. 4. Probing Experiences: logs, traces, self-report and a sense of wonder; Erik Geelhoed, Josephine Reid, Richard Hull & Sharon Baurley. 5. Objective emotional assessment of industrial products; Wolfram Boucsein & Florian Schaefer. 6. Measuring experiences in gaming and TV applications: investigating the added value of a multi-view auto-stereoscopic 3D display; Rosemarie J.E. Rajae-Joordens. 7. Sensing affective experience; Jennifer A. Healy. 8. Brain, skin and cosmetics: sensory aspects objectivated by functional magnetic resonance imaging; Bernard Querleux. 9. The assessment of stress; Ad J.J.M. Vingerhoets. 10. Discovery of T-templates and their real-time interpretation using THEME; Magnus S. Magnusson. Part II: Probing in order to Feed Back 11. Where will the user "drive" future technology? Antonio Maria Calvosa & Amedeo Visconti. 12. A wearable EMG monitoring system for emotions assessment; C. Vera-Munoz, L. Pastor-Sanz, G. Fico, M.T. Arredondo, F. Benuzzi & A. Blanco. 13. Computing emotion awareness through galvanic skin response and facial electromyography; Joyce H.D.M. Westerink, Egon L. van den broek, Marleen H. Schut, Jan van Herk & Kees Tuinenbreijer. 14. Unobtrusive sensing of psychophysiological parameters: some examples of non-invasive sensing technologies; Martin Ouwerkerk, Frank Pasveer & Geert Langereis. 15. It¿s Heart rythm not rate that counts: HeartMath studies and Freeze-Framer; Deborah Rozman, Rollin McCraty, & Dana Tomasino. 16. Transformative experience on the home computer: lessons from the Wild Divine project; Kurt R. Smith. 17. The emotional computer adaptive to human emotion; Mincheol Whang. 18. Towards a Companion: using physiological measures for task adaptation; Ben Mulder, Dick de Waard, Piet Hoogeboom, Lennart Quispel & Arjan Stuiver. 19. The Usability of Cardiovascular and Electrodermal Measures for Adaptive Automation; Florian Schaefer, Andrea Haarmann & Wolfram Boucsein. Index