Pitsch, Karola; Neumann, Alexander; Schnier, Christian; Hermann, Thomas:
Augmented Reality as a tool for linguistic research : Intercepting and manipulating multimodal interaction
In: Multimodal corpora : Beyond audio and video : (International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents 2013 workshop). : 23–29 - International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, Edinburgh, UK, 2013-08-29 – 2013-08-31 - Edinburgh, 2013
2013book article/chapter in ProceedingsOA Green
Communication StudiesFaculty of Humanities » Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft
Title in English:
Augmented Reality as a tool for linguistic research : Intercepting and manipulating multimodal interaction
Author:
Pitsch, KarolaORCID iDLSF; Neumann, Alexander; Schnier, Christian; Hermann, Thomas
Open Access?
OA Green
Language of text:
English

Abstract:

We suggest that an Augmented Reality (AR) system for coupled interaction partners provides a new tool for linguistic research that allows to manipulate the coparticipants’ real-time perception and action. It encompasses novel facilities for recording heterogeneous sensor-rich data sets to be accessed in parallel with qualitative/manual and quantitative/computational methods.