HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
   
HCI



Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is an interdisciplinary field of study which includes interactive technology design, evaluation and application. HCI, due to the interaction with human, is subjected to the behavioral science, human psychology, cognitive science, ergonomics, software engineering, graphic and industrial design, sociology, anthropology, and so forth with education.

HCI Laboratories generally consist of two parts, the test taker room and the operator room. The rooms are separated by a one-way mirror and are equipped with adjustable dimmer control units for the appropriate lighting environment. During the experiments the two cameras, microphones and speakers record the audio and video feedbacks of the test takers. Meanwhile, the eye tracking device collects information of the eye movement of the test takers’ on the screen. Later, the recorded data are analyzed with the specific software.

 

 


USABILITY LAB.


 

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