HCI Lab Technology Available to Faculty and Students
CCDS Director Jennifer Stromer-Galley, with the help of Bryan Semaan (iSchool), Natalie LoRusso (staff librarian), and Brian McKernan (iSchool), received an SU small equipment grant from the VPR office to purchase iMotions software (iMotions.com).
This bio-metric software is
used in software and digital media user experience or effects research. The
Center for Computational and Data Science contributed funds to purchase a
dedicated laptop for the iMotions software/hardware. The iMotions software will
be open to faculty and students across campus for use in research and
Training is required prior to use of the iMotions software. If you are interested in training and using the software, please contact Alex Sargent (firstname.lastname@example.org).