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HCI 2016: Using Behavioural Information to Help Owners Gather Requirements from their Dogs’ Responses to Media Technology

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HCI 2016: Using Behavioural Information to Help Owners Gather Requirements from their Dogs’ Responses to Media Technology

  1. 1. Using Behavioral Information to Help Owners Gather Requirements from their Dogs’ Responses to Media Technology Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas & Janet Read University of Central Lancashire
  2. 2. HELLO! I am Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas I am here to talk about how to gather dogs responses to media technology Written by Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas & Janet C Read Animal Computer Interaction Design http://acid.uclan.ac.uk
  3. 3. What is Animal Computer Interaction (ACI) ?
  4. 4. How to gather requirements in animals?  Interpreting guesters and body language  Using body/face/eye/gaze trackers  Physiological signs  Vocal behaviour  Gathering owner reports  Animal behaviourists opinions
  5. 5. Reliability in gathering animal requirements and feedback HCI ACI
  6. 6. Body and Face Tracking Williams et al., 2011 Somppi et al., 2011 Hirskyj-Douglas et al., 2013
  7. 7. Physiological signs and Vocal Behaviour  Chemical analysis (i.e. oxytocin biomarkers)  Heart-rate monitoring  Vocal analysis
  8. 8. GAP IN REQUIREMENT GATHERING
  9. 9. DOG OWNER INVOLVEMENT
  10. 10. Level 1: What is the dog doing Level 2: What is the dog feeling
  11. 11. Physiological Signs Behavioural Scientists Owner
  12. 12.  Gather Owners (20)  Split into group A & B  Group A given DISH to read beforehand  Watch video with their dog  Fill in questionnaire on their dogs behaviour  Analyse results A vs. B Method
  13. 13. Dog taking part in the study
  14. 14. Results › Most owners average or good on dog behaviour › Most dogs seen as interested within the video = Two groups similar A & B
  15. 15. Results: Keywords › Eye Reactions: Group A 53%, Group B 47% › Ear Reactions: Group A 48%, Group B 52% › Facial Reactions: Group A 48%, Group B 52% › Vocal Reactions: Group A 27%, Group B 73% › Body Reactions: Group A 43%, Group B 57%
  16. 16. Results: Context ‘when the squeaky noises and dogs howling started he raised his head and cocked it to one side (behaviour) as if trying to make sense of the sounds and it seemed to get him excited (context)’
  17. 17. Group A 74% Group B 44% DISH = more context (30%) Without DISH = More behavioural keywords
  18. 18. Owners know their dog Link between owners confidence of knowledge and owners awareness The realtionship is something to be valued in ACI
  19. 19. Dogs Humans & Machines Empowerment through realtionships
  20. 20. DISH provides contextMore reported reasoning behind behaviour Empowering UserEmpowering a non-vocal user through giving an enhanced method of feedback. Requirement Gathering & EvaluationsMore useful context provides more indepth requirements
  21. 21. THANKS! Any questions? You can find more about our research: @ilyena · ihirskyj-douglas@uclan.ac.uk http://acid.uclan.ac.uk

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