Julian Tee

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Previous research into the quantification of embodied intellectual and emotional engagement using non-verbal movement parameters has not yielded consistent results across different studies. Our research introduces NIMI (Non-Instrumental Movement Inhibition) as an alternative parameter. We propose that the absence of certain types of possible movements can(More)
Boredom and disengagement metrics are key to accurately timed adaptive interventions in interactive systems. Psychological research suggests that boredom is a composite state incorporating cycles of lethargy and restlessness. Here we present innovative metrics of the components of boredom, based on motion capture and video analysis of head and shoulder(More)
In human computer interactions --- especially gaming --- the role of empathy has been mooted as a necessary prerequisite for higher levels of engagement and immersion. More recently other forms of engagement, including intellectual/cognitive engagement, have been proposed. In this study we present a carefully controlled dataset of human-computer(More)
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