Video prototyping in human-robot interaction: results from a qualitative study
Syrdal, D.S.; Otero, N.; Dautenhahn, K.
Citation: Syrdal , D S , Otero , N & Dautenhahn , K 2008 , ' Video prototyping in human-robot interaction: results from a qualitative study ' Procs of the 15th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series vol.369, article , vol 29 .
Motivation: explore and refine qualitative methods of video prototyping in human-robot interaction in order to evaluate user experience of prototype systems. Research approach: an exploratory, scenario based study, in which participants were interviewed following some specific guidelines regarding the interviewing technique. Findings/Design: the results offer insights into how the context of a presented interaction through video impacts on participants' opinions and attitudes towards a particular interaction, and foster a reflection concerning the wider implications of a system. Take away message: the use of evocation in open-ended interviews regarding user experience of video prototypes is a valuable tool for research.
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