Question to all panellists : Including Emotions in Evaluation of Immersive Experiences
Thanks everyone for your presentations on immersive technologies, emotion and design. I'm working my way through them and really enjoying what I hear and see. I have a question though, which pertains to the evaluation of these exhibitions. Has anybody specifically included the emotional responses elicited during these immersive experiences as a parameter in their evaluation strategies? How? And if you have, which model/framework have you used to analyse this data? Is there any relevant literature/studies that I should check in this respect? Apologies if this is something you may have covered at some point in your presentations - as I said, I'm still working my way through them, but I didn't want to forget! Many thanks in advance for your responses.
As a part of our project at EUR next year (hopefully), we'll be testing AI-driven emotions recognition systems (adapting some solutions existing in other sectors). We aim to see how it can support both evaluation and co-design. Best, Izabela
@imd Sounds fascinating! I'll make sure to keep an eye on your project. Any particular way to do this?
@thetravellinglibrarian the project's website should be up by the end of the year. For now, I would suggest connecting on Research Gate ( https://www.researchgate.net/project/Smartification-of-audience-experience-Design-and-implementation-practices-around-co-design-and-application-of-data-and-AI-into-content-experience-for-creative-industries).
Thank you for interest in our project!