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Titulo: Interpretation of Geometric Shapes - An Eye Movement Study
Tipo: congreso internacional
Congreso: Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA 2010)
Fecha: 22-24/3/2010
Lugar celebracion: Austin, Texas (EEUU)
Paginas: 243-250
ISBN: 978-1-60558-994-7
Libro: Proceedings of ETRA 2010: ACM Symposium on Eye-Tracking Research & Applications
Editorial: ACM


This paper describes a study that seeks to explore the correlation between eye movements and the interpretation of geometric shapes. This study is intended to inform the development of an eye tracking interface for computational tools to support and enhance the natural interaction required in creative design. A common criticism of computational design tools is that they do not enable manipulation of designed shapes according to all perceived features. Instead the manipulations afforded are limited by formal structures of shapes. This research examines the potential for eye movement data to be used to recognise and make available for manipulation the perceived features in shapes. The objective of this study was to analyse eye movement data with the intention of recognising moments in which an interpretation of shape is made. Results suggest that fixation duration and saccade amplitude prove to be consistent indicators of shape interpretation.

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