Experience Tracking – Evaluating Methods for Studying Experiences in Time and Space

Abstract

In the current study, micro-scale mobility is analyzed in connection to visitors’ experiences. Methods are examined in two different surroundings to test their eligibility: GPS devices and questionnaires are tested in combination with interviews and overview camera. Empirical results show that visitors are fairly mobile, and that experience hotspots exist in time and space. It is concluded that especially the GPS method works well, but that advancements are welcomed to further refine the methods, individually and in combination with each other.

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@inproceedings{Zillinger2013ExperienceT, title={Experience Tracking – Evaluating Methods for Studying Experiences in Time and Space}, author={Malin Zillinger}, year={2013} }