The Influence of Illuminance and Color Temperature on Target Dragging Task
Eye control, a human behavior that is often overlooked in daily life, has long been considered a desktop technology that can be used in human-computer interaction interfaces to control operating conditions. Moreover, eye tracking methods are often used in cognitive research and can understand individuals’ intention, habits and how they use their knowledge and skills when performing tasks by operating computer. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects on color temperature and illumination of the use of computer screen manipulation through eye control human-computer interaction interface, and to obtain design factors that affect human body performance through experimental results. Multivariate analysis of variance showed that under different illumination and color temperature conditions, different levels of illuminance had a significant effect on the accuracy of the operation. However, color temperature has no significant effect on any of them.
KeywordsEye control Illumination Color temperature Human-computer interaction interface
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