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van der Sar, M. & Mulder, I. Human-Camera Interaction: an exploratory study on people’s emotions and attitude towards cameras. Forthcoming in: Proceedings of European Conference on Cognitive ...

van der Sar, M. & Mulder, I. Human-Camera Interaction: an exploratory study on people’s emotions and attitude towards cameras. Forthcoming in: Proceedings of European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2010, Delft.

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    Human Camera - Interaction: an exploratory study on people's emotions and attitude towards cameras | van der Sar & Mulder Human Camera - Interaction: an exploratory study on people's emotions and attitude towards cameras | van der Sar & Mulder Presentation Transcript

    • Human‐Camera
Interac.on:

 an
exploratory
study
on
people’s
emo1ons
and
a2tude
towards
cameras 
 Manon
van
der
Sar
&
Ingrid
Mulder

    • Are
we
already
watching
the
world
differently?

    • How
would
you
react?

    • Study
1:
Camera
emo.ons
 Do
cameras
evoke
emo,ons?

    • The
hidden
camera
(Flip
Mino)

    • Method
[Study
1]

    • Age
versus
viewing
&
being
viewed

    • Results
during
the
test
 Above: Male results, Below: Female results.
    • Study
2:
Opinions
about
viewing
&
viewed
 The
public
opinion
of
camera
surveillance

    • Method
[Study
2]

    • Viewing
&
being
viewed

    • Daily
spended
interneNme

    • Age
versus
viewing
&
being
viewed

    • Are
we
aware
of
the
changing
world?

    • Human‐Camera
Interac.on:

 an
exploratory
study
on
people’s
emo1ons
and
a2tude
towards
cameras 
 Manon
van
der
Sar
&
Ingrid
Mulder