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|Other Titles: ||Preliminary investigation of watching movies|
|Authors: ||賴仕哲;Lai, Shih-Che|
|Keywords: ||觀看;電影;節奏;思考型態;眼動追蹤法;Viewing;Film;rhythm;thinking patterns;eye tracking method|
|Issue Date: ||2016-01-22 15:00:27 (UTC+8)|
Films are capable of transmitting messages is because of the viewers as messages recipients while movies are playing.However, to make audience receive messages clearly, we not only have to understand the techniques of how director presents the scene, but we also need to understand the specific mode while audience are watching movies.This study observed this phenomenon from the perspective of the audience, recording the subject''s eye movement in the process of watching movies through eye tracking.Then observed and described the eye movement to find the significant features. Next, illustrated how it would affect eye’s viewing mode that was shown through the different scenes, and what were the similarity and differences between them. One of the film’s element "rhythm" which could be felt clearly by most of people was chosen as the movie selected variable, furthermore the film was divided into fast and slow rhythm as two experimental stimuli. Then observed how the subject would be affected by the rhythms during the process of viewing the movie. And also, according to "Construal Level Theory", that normal people would have high or low level explanation to the things because of the distance to them, which would lead the people to the different ways of thinking. “High Level Construal” means that things the person thoughts will be more abstract. On the other side, “Low Level Construal” shows that things the person thoughts will be more specifically.The experimental subjects were divided into two groups of specific thinking and abstract thinking, expecting two different thinking patterns would have different behavior in a movie viewing.As the result: (1) Most of the subjects were used to watch the center of the screen during the time. (2) On a specific line of sight screen performance will produce consensus. (3) Human faces and ongoing action most likely to attract attention. (4) Generally, eye movement of fast-paced movies is more concentrated, and the consensus is high. Eye movement of low-paced movies is more broadly, and is less consistent. (5) Different thinking patterns vary in watching, "Concrete thinkers" compare to "abstract thinker" could view more widely, scatter is higher.
|Appears in Collections:||[大眾傳播學系暨研究所] 學位論文|
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