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Lecture 16 – Affect Terry Winograd CS147 - Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction Design Computer Science Department Stanford University Autumn 2006. Learning Goals. How does affect play a role in human-computer interaction? …in design? …in anthropomorphic devices like robots?.

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Lecture 16 affect terry winograd cs147 introduction to human computer interaction design

Lecture 16 – Affect

Terry Winograd

CS147 - Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction Design

Computer Science Department

Stanford University

Autumn 2006


Learning goals

Learning Goals

  • How does affect play a role in human-computer interaction?

  • …in design?

  • …in anthropomorphic devices like robots?


Norman levels of design

Norman Levels of Design

  • Visceral

  • Behavioral

  • Reflective

  • Affect and Emotion

    • Affect is the basic human feeling behavior

    • Emotion involves perception and memory and always includes an environmental factor, present or past


Visceral design by apple

Visceral Design by Apple


Cell phones

Cell Phones


Hiroshi ishii s music bottles

Hiroshi Ishii’s Music Bottles

  • Physical feel – Haptic feedback and tangibility


Biophilia

Biophilia


Game design

Game design

  • Overall sensory look and feel

  • Music and sound effects

  • Emotions are the key drivers

    • Fear, Sex, Aggression,….

  • Haptic/tangible (e.g,. For driving games)


Reflective level message culture meaning

Reflective Level: Message, culture, meaning

  • Personal remembrances

  • Self image

  • Watches as an example


Swatch car

Swatch car


Alessi juicy salif citrus fruit squeezer

Alessi Juicy Salif Citrus Fruit Squeezer


Visceral vs reflective

Visceral vs. Reflective

  • Attractiveness is a visceral-level phenomenon

    • Beauty comes from the reflective level

  • Sexy, powerful, seductive – visceral level

    • Prestige, rarity, exclusiveness – reflective level

      How does this apply to interaction design?


Affective interactive toys

Affective Interactive Toys

Aibo

NeCoRo

Furby

Tamagotchi


Paro world s most therapeutic robot

Paro: World's Most Therapeutic Robot

  • World's Most Therapeutic Robot"Mental Commit Robot"Nickname: "Paro"


Kismet cynthia breazeal mit

Kismet – Cynthia Breazeal, MIT


Emotional machines

Emotional Machines

  • What are emotions?

    • Emotion as an attribution that explains behavior

    • States of readiness

    • Emotions allow us to translate intelligence into action

      Does your car have emotions?


What kinds of emotions would roomba have

What Kinds of Emotions would Roomba have?


Human robot interaction

Human-Robot interaction

  • Anthropomorphism and expectations

  • The uncanny valley

  • Displaying the machine’s emotional state

    • Facial expressions

    • Fake vs. real emotions


Machines assessing people s emotional state

Machines Assessing People’s Emotional State

  • Facial expression

  • Physiological signals

    • (blood pressure, galvanic skin response, facial expression....)

      How and when should machines respond to your affect?


Affective computing rosalind picard mit

Affective Computing (Rosalind Picard, MIT)

Blood Volume Pressure (BVP) earring

Galvanic SkinResponse (GSR) rings and bracelet


Manipulating affect and motivation

Manipulating Affect and Motivation

  • Captology is the study of computers as persuasive technologies. This includes the design, research, and analysis of interactive computing products created for the purpose of changing people's attitudes or behaviors.

BJ Fogg, Persuasive Technology: Using Computers to Change What We Think and Do


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