VIDEO ANALYSIS SYSTEM

Observing users’ behavior is insightful to understand the ways in which they approach and manage technological devices. The video-recording of users’ behavior allows to analyze offline their actions and attitudes, thus providing an objective investigation. HIT Research Center is provided with two full systems for the computer-assisted video analysis, both running The Observer XT by Noldus.

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PROFESSIONAL VIDEO RECORDING SYSTEM

The centre has more than 16 HD cameras, 3-axis gimbal handheld and some accessories that make them wearable. The center has WI - FI definition cams, radio transmitters and professional photo cameras as well.
The center has, among the other things, also:

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VIDEO RECORDING, EDITING AND ANALYSIS

In qualitative research, it is crucial for the researcher to ask whether, in light of his or her object and goals, it would be more appropriate to conduct systematic observations, to produce a handwritten or recorded field journal, to conduct interviews (structured or not), to photograph, to videotape and so on. The proper response to these questions will determine, to some extent, the quality, scope, adequacy and feasibility of the empirical data gathered.

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BODY AND HANDS ACTIVITY TRACKING

HIT centre is equipped with several motion sensing input devices (e.g. Kinect One, 360, and leap motion). These tools can be utilized in order to control and interact with consoles/computers without the need for a game controller that is by means of body and hands gestures. One of the principal methods by which body or hands movements can be electronically monitored, in a context of human-computer interaction, is the optical detection. The above-mentioned devices exploit the infrared light for recording users’ movements (i.e. motion capture process).

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BODY AND HANDS ACTIVITY TRACKING

SOFTWARE FOR VIDEO EDITING

The computer system functions under the direction of standard operating software and video editing software which provide the user with an interface for controlling both playback and clip editing of video information from the video source. Upon initialization of the editing system, the user is presented with at least a video window for displaying the video information, a control window for regulating playback of the video information, and a clip list window having a number of rows of edit windows organized under begin, end, and clip columns.

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PRINTING

In computing, a printer is a peripheral which makes a persistent human readable representation of graphics or text on paper or similar physical media.

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DRONE AND ROBOTIC TECHNOLOGY

The HIT centre is equipped by all these equipments that allow to create and prototype innovative and advanced instrumentation for scientific research.

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ACTIVITY AND GESTURE RECOGNITION

Within the context of Home Automation, the design of man-machine interfaces have assumed a central role for the development of smart environments. In this respect, the interaction based on gestures measured through inertial devices represents a fascinating and interesting solution thanks to a new generation of ubiquitous technologies that allow to pervasively and seamlessly control the human space.

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ACITVITY AND GESTURE RECOGNITION

ASPECT-BASED SENTIMENT ANALYSIS

Sentiment analysis is part of Natural Language Processing (NLP) area and it is the process of identifying and extracting subjective information from text. Sentiment analysis is widely applied in web-related applications, for the monitoring of social media and, in general, for the monitoring of all contents where people/consumers express and opinion.

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ASPECT-BASED SENTIMENT ANALYSIS

REGULATIONS

- BMCS INTERNAL REGULATIONS Updated on May 2018 (Italian) (English)

- MISSIONS and REFUNDS 

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HIT REGULATIONS
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