On a First Evaluation of ROMOT—A RObotic 3D MOvie Theatre—For Driving Safety Awareness
AbstractIn this paper, we introduce ROMOT, a RObotic 3D-MOvie Theatre, and present a case study related to driving safety. ROMOT is built with a robotic motion platform, includes multimodal devices, and supports audience-film interaction. We show the versatility of the system by means of different types of system setups and generated content that includes a first-person movie and others involving the technologies of virtual, augmented, and mixed realities. Finally, we present the results of some preliminary user tests made at the laboratory level, including the system usability scale. They give satisfactory scores for the usability of the system and the individual’s satisfaction. View Full-Text
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Casas, S.; Portalés, C.; García-Pereira, I.; Fernández, M. On a First Evaluation of ROMOT—A RObotic 3D MOvie Theatre—For Driving Safety Awareness. Multimodal Technologies Interact. 2017, 1, 6.
Casas S, Portalés C, García-Pereira I, Fernández M. On a First Evaluation of ROMOT—A RObotic 3D MOvie Theatre—For Driving Safety Awareness. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction. 2017; 1(2):6.Chicago/Turabian Style
Casas, Sergio; Portalés, Cristina; García-Pereira, Inma; Fernández, Marcos. 2017. "On a First Evaluation of ROMOT—A RObotic 3D MOvie Theatre—For Driving Safety Awareness." Multimodal Technologies Interact. 1, no. 2: 6.
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