The Use of Cues to get the Best (and the Worst) Out of Users (MC2)

Overview:

In this Master Class, we explore the role of cues in simulation. Humans react to cues non-consciously and they aid everything from spatial navigation to social interactions. The fact that humans are so reliant on cues means that they can easily make (or break) a simulation scenario. We will consider a range of issues, including:

  • Whether some people are better at picking up cues than others.
  • How to know whether a simulation embodies the key cues.
  • How to know what key cues that a simulation needs to incorporate.
  • How simulation can be used to encourage the use of (accurate) cues.
Date
Monday 28 August 2017
Time
0900 - 1245
Venue
UTS
Cost
$285
Note
Please note that no lunch will be provided at the end of this Master Class

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