During a live theatre performance, Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) of 15 audience members was measured simultaneously and synchronized with video footage of performers and audience. Questionnaires explored emotions evoked during the play. The research is part of an EU Framework 7 program to support remote and interactive performances.
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Conference International Workshop on Interactive Content Consumption
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Wang, C, Cesar Garcia, P.S, Geelhoed, E, Biscoe, I, & Stenton, P. (2013). Sensing Audience Response - Beyond One Way Streaming of Live Performances. In Proceedings of International Workshop on Interactive Content Consumption 2013. n/a.