The Impact of Biometeorological Conditions on the Perception of Landscape
AbstractA landscape is part of our daily lives and our perception of its features may significantly impact our quality of life. This article presents the results of research aimed at determining the influence of biometeorological conditions on the way in which we perceive the landscape. An eye tracker was used throughout each season of the year to determine how 52 respondents observed the landscape while taking into consideration whether the landscape had a favorable or unfavorable impact on those same respondents. Additionally, each test was preceded by the completion of a questionnaire intended to assess the mental and physical state of each respondent. The calculated eye movement indexes demonstrated the impact of the biometeorological conditions on their perception of the landscape. Statistically significant differences in their perception of the landscape were ascertained depending on the type of weather and the respondents’ general feeling irrespective of their sex. View Full-Text
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Półrolniczak, M.; Potocka, I.; Kolendowicz, L.; Rogowski, M.; Kupiński, S.; Bykowski, A.; Młynarczyk, Z. The Impact of Biometeorological Conditions on the Perception of Landscape. Atmosphere 2019, 10, 264.
Półrolniczak M, Potocka I, Kolendowicz L, Rogowski M, Kupiński S, Bykowski A, Młynarczyk Z. The Impact of Biometeorological Conditions on the Perception of Landscape. Atmosphere. 2019; 10(5):264.Chicago/Turabian Style
Półrolniczak, Marek; Potocka, Ilona; Kolendowicz, Leszek; Rogowski, Mateusz; Kupiński, Szymon; Bykowski, Adam; Młynarczyk, Zygmunt. 2019. "The Impact of Biometeorological Conditions on the Perception of Landscape." Atmosphere 10, no. 5: 264.
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