Issues for the Evaluation of Ambient Displays

Issues for the Evaluation of Ambient Displays

Xiaobin Shen (University of Melbourne, Australia), Andrew Vande Moere (University of Sydney, Australia), Peter Eades (University of Sydney, Australia) and Seok-Hee Hong (University of Sydney, Australia)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/jaci.2009040108
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Abstract

This article is motivated by two evaluation case studies of ambient information displays. Firstly, an intrusive evaluation of a display called MoneyColor concentrates on the relationship between “distraction” and “comprehension”. This revealed that the comprehension is in direct proportion to display-distraction, but there is no clear relationship between comprehension and self-interruption. Secondly, a non-intrusive evaluation of a display called Fisherman described a quantitative measurement of user “interest” and applied this measurement to investigate “evaluation time” issue. These experiments give some insight into number of issues in evaluation of ambient displays.

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