The study aims to understand the importance of movements in social perception using motion-capture technology.
While there are several studies on perception, the studies that understand movement's role in perception are scarce. This study would help in bridging the gaps in our understanding of several factors of perception.
This study uses motion-capture software to isolate movements. Participating in this study is a great opportunity to work with motion-capture equipment.
What will participants be doing?
The participants will be performing simple movements wearing the motion-capture trackers while being recorded using motion-capture cameras.
- aged 18+
- staff, student and the general public
Location and length of study
0.05 Motion Capture Lab, King Henry Building, PO1 2DY. Participants will be needed for around 30-40 minutes.
Participants will receive £10 reward (via bank transfer) or 1 course credit (if eligible).
31 December 2022
For further information please contact Mohamed Ismail Abdul Kader at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethics code: SHFEC 2021-125