Monthly Archives: October 2022

BuildingStudy – #4: Call for Participants!

Interested in better understanding how people take in the world? Then take part in this eye-tracking studies, while it’s still up! Anyone with a laptop or PC with webcam can sign in; on a Mac, link to it from Google … Continue reading

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BuildingStudy-#2: Results out soon!

We’re analyzing BuildingStudy-#2, a biometric building study revealing how we really take in buildings! Results should be out later this month – These studies use state-of-the-art eye-tracking and facial-expression-analysis software from iMotions.com, a global purveyor of biometric tools for human behavioral … Continue reading

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Study-#1 Results: Eye Tracking Public Architecture

by Ann Sussman, RA + Hernan Rosas The results are in for Study #1: Eye Tracking Public Architecture. How do people look at these buildings? What immediately draws their eye? Do some buildings make people feel happy and others less … Continue reading

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