March 14, 2019

Affective Computing - Affective Gameplay Annotation Experiment

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Be Part of the Research

One of our PhD students is working on an experiment related to the Platform for Affective Gameplay ANnotation (PAGAN) and needs your help.

What do you need to do?

Watch and label 3 short videos and complete a quick survey afterwards. It takes 7-8 minutes and your help is much appreciated!

You can participate in the study at the link below:

https://pagan.davidmelhart.com/annotation.php?id=0EEA1E45-01FB-2014-335C-13B9533A2CAC

What is Affective Computing?

Affective computing is the multidisciplinary study of emotions via computational lenses. The study involves the phases of emotion elicitation, emotion recognition (feature extraction, feature selection, annotation, classification, regression, preference learning), emotion expression (e.g., facial expression, agent behavioural responses, etc.) and affect-driven adaptation (interaction elements adapt to the user needs/affect).

Thank you in advance for your participation!

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