We describe the implementation and preliminary validation of an interactive platform – COLLEGO – to investigate joint action in a goal-oriented collaborative task. The platform records the interaction sequence of two partners alternating their leader/follower role. Two sensitized wooden surfaces are placed in front of each participant, who can use 6 cubes to build the tower. Any time a cube is picked/released, time stamp (ms) and position of selected objects are recorded. A case study showing how data are collected and analyzed to study dyad performance during the task is described. Finally, potential applications of the proposed solution are discussed.
|Convegno||6th EAI International Symposium on Pervasive Computing Paradigms for Mental Health|
|Periodo||28/11/16 → 29/11/16|
- Human-human interaction
- Joint action
- Time-series analysis