Take part in theHapi.org’s Building Studies #1, #2, + #3, using the latest biometrics to understand how we ‘see’ buildings!

Anyone with a laptop or PC with webcam can sign in; on a Mac, link to it from Google Chrome or Firefox (and it’s best to do so in a quiet space with minimal distraction.)

Here are the links:

Building Study #1:

https://my.imotions.com/collect/v105/#s/08436aa3-324e-4d32-818c-166e77dfea6b?iMotionsLocale=en-US

Building Study #2:

https://my.imotions.com/collect/v108/#s/ea769cdc-e215-4cfa-8de2-1f603063d191?iMotionsLocale=en-US

Building Study #3, which includes brief videos:

https://my.imotions.com/collect/v108/#s/152c1e7e-20a8-4628-9084-e17d9036e2e5?iMotionsLocale=en-US

These studies use state-of-the-art eye-tracking and facial-expression-analysis software from iMotions.com, a leading purveyor of biometric tools for human behavioral research. Once on site, the studies first direct you to eye-tracking calibration slides – where you simply focus on a shape as it moves across the screen – before image viewing begins; the studies take about 3-to-4 minutes each. Each also concludes with a brief series of calibration slides.

theHapi.org hopes to be able to share results next month – stay tuned! And feel free to reach out if you have any questions or other concerns; email: contact@theHapi.org

More info on these biometric Building Studies here:

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2 Responses to Take part in theHapi.org’s Building Studies #1, #2, + #3, using the latest biometrics to understand how we ‘see’ buildings!

  1. Ayman Tomah says:

    How can I see and read the results of this study

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