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A Study on the Perceptional Characteristics of Facade Image of Single Home - Based on the Experiment of Perceptional Characteristics in respect to Eye Movement Tracking -
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Perceptional Characteristics of Facade Image of Single Home - Based on the Experiment of Perceptional Characteristics in respect to Eye Movement Tracking -
Cho, Hyeong-Kyu;
 
 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to find out what elements observers mostly gaze at when seeing a building, through this eye-movement tracking technique. Particularly, this study attempted to find out what domain they see most and what domain they see first. As research subjects, this study selected a total of 61 subjects, and after showing them an image of 3 detached houses, this study recorded where they mostly gazed at when seeing the building image, by using eye-movement tracking tools. To analyze the data collected, this study used Gaze Number and Gaze Frequency as key indicators. To analyze the data, this study divided the experimental image into several domains, and calculated the Gaze Data, Gaze number and Gaze frequency of each domain. As a result of the analysis, it was found out that the subjects showed a higher degree of attention to either the door or the window in general. Besides, this study found out that the research subjects had a clear tendency to see the door first when gazing at a building. Unlike the other elements, the door and the window are openings to open and close, and they featured attracting the highest degree of attention. The results above imply that people pay more attention to particular space where they expect they will have more activities when gazing at a residential building.
 Keywords
Eye Movement Tracking;Landscape;Cognition;Detached House;Gaze;
 Language
Korean
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