Mr. Hasegawa (M2) gave an oral presentation at INTERACTION 2021 which is the largest domestic conference on human computer interaction held from March 10, 2021 to March 12, 2021.
- Eiichi Hasegawa, Naoya Isoyama, Nobuchika Sakata, and Kiyoshi Kiyokawa,
“Effects of Video Playback Speed on the Performance of Subsequent Tasks”
It has been known that the work performance changes while watching a specific video. In this research, we are studying how human behavior changes “after” watching a video by changing the playback speed, considering the fact that we often watch videos until just before we start working in today’s society. In this presentation, we investigated whether changing the playback speed of a video presented on smart glasses would change the number of answers to a calculation task after viewing it. As a result, we confirmed that the number of answers increased after watching a video with a faster playback speed than after watching a video with a slower playback speed.
This research was also featured by KoKaNet, online media of a Japanese scientific magazine for children.