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DESENVOLVIMENTO DE CENÁRIOS PARA AVALIAÇÃO DE AVISOS DE SEGURANÇA EM AMBIENTES VIRTUAIS

Schiavini, Reginaldo;

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O objetivo deste estudo é apresentar a metodologia utilizada para desenvolver dois cenários a partir de um ambiente virtual. Foram utilizadas e adaptadas imagens provenientes deste ambiente virtual e retiradas da internet, bem como abordados os conceitos de realidade virtual, avisos e imersão. A importância do uso de cenários em estudos sobre comportamento consonante com avisos é muito grande, sobretudo quando se precisa modelar/selecionar envolvimentos virtuais. Tais cenários podem apoiar o raciocínio sobre situações de uso, antes mesmo destas situações serem criadas. O resultado obtido com esta metodologia foi o desenvolvimento de dois cenários diferentes: altruísta e egoísta, que apresentam características diferentes e que podem implicar em comportamentos divergentes ao usuário. O desenvolvimento destes dois cenários consistiu uma etapa inicial de uma pesquisa que pretende comparar os dois cenários para saber qual deles poderá exercer uma influência maior sobre o usuário frente a uma tomada de decisão.

Artigo:

The objective of this study is to present the methodology used to develop two scenarios from a virtual environment. Were used and adapted images from this virtual environment and taken from the Internet, as well as discussed the concepts of virtual reality, warnings, and immersion. The importance of using scenarios in line with studies on warnings behavior is very large, especially when you need to model/select virtual involvements. Such scenarios can support reasoning about situations of use, even before these situations are created. The results obtained with this approach were the development of two different scenarios: unselfish and selfish, which have different characteristics and may involve different user behaviors. The development of these two scenarios consisted of an initial step of a research that aims to compare the two scenarios to see which of them can exert greater influence on the user facing a decision.

Palavras-chave: Cenário, Aviso, Imersão, Realidade Virtual, Multimodal., Scenario, Warning, Imersion, Virtual Reality, Multimodal.,

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DOI: 10.5151/designpro-ped-00274

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Como citar:

Schiavini, Reginaldo; "DESENVOLVIMENTO DE CENÁRIOS PARA AVALIAÇÃO DE AVISOS DE SEGURANÇA EM AMBIENTES VIRTUAIS", p. 1680-1691 . In: Anais do 11º Congresso Brasileiro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento em Design [= Blucher Design Proceedings, v. 1, n. 4]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2014.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/designpro-ped-00274

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