Richard K. Lowe

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In an experimental study, the role of temporal variation of a realistic animation was examined. The animation of a complex mechanical system, a pendulum clock, was presented in a between subject design at normal or fast speed. Presentation speed was found to affect distribution of attention and understanding of the functionality of the clockwork mechanism.(More)
The effectiveness of animations containing two novel forms of animation cueing that target relations between event units rather than individual entities was compared with that of animations containing conventional entity-based cueing or no cues. These relational event unit cues (progressive path and local coordinated cues) were specifically designed to(More)