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You are welcome to fill in this online survey after your evaluation period to help improve the iFeelPixel software.

This is your toolbar:

Keyboard Piano Metronome System TONAR Morse Engine Edge detection Line detection Corner detection Color detection Grid Generation Texture generation

You can change options in the menubar:

Menubar

You can modify tactile effects within "Force Ressource", change cursor behavior within Force Settings, increase/decrease Force Feedback within Novint Falcon Options, or add/remove tactile alerts within SteelSeries Engine. Enable "Hyperlink Detection" to feel only pictures.

 



First Impressions

 

1. Please press the "Edge detection" button on the toolbar Part 1  - Edge

Simple picture

Picture with edges
Move your mouse pointer over the image...

Do you feel edges?
Yes, I feel
No, I don't feel
I don't know

 


2. Please press the "Line detection" button on the toolbar Part 2 - Line

Picture with lines

Move your mouse pointer over the image...

Do you feel lines?
Yes, I feel
No, I don't feel
I don't know

 


3. Please press the "Corner detection" button on the toolbar Part 3 - Corner

Picture with corners

Move your mouse pointer over the image...(Note: this is highly precise and very sensitive)

Do you feel corners?
Yes, I feel
No, I don't feel
I don't know

 


4. Please press the "Color detection" button on the toolbar Part 4 - Color

Picture with colors

Move your mouse pointer over the image...

Do you feel colors?
Yes, I feel
No, I don't feel
I don't know

 


5. Please press the "Grid generation " button on the toolbar Part 5 - Grid

Move your mouse pointer over the screen...

 

Do you feel the grid?
Yes, I feel
No, I don't feel
I don't know

 


6. Please press the "Texture generation" button on the toolbar Part 6 - Texture

Picture with texture

Move your mouse pointer over the image...

Do you feel a texture?
Yes, I feel
No, I don't feel
I don't know

 



7. Please press the "Keyboard Piano" button on the toolbar Part 7 - Piano Updated in v.2!

Open Options > Keyboard Piano, press slowly a key on "keyboard" button to listen a musical sound or type in the TextBox (sound must be enabled)...

 

Is it interesting for you?
Yes, it is
No, it isn't
I don't know, I don't feel it

 



8. Please press the "Morse" button on the toolbar Part 8 - Morse

Open Options > Morse Engine, then click the "Morse" button or type in the TextBox...

 

Is it interesting for you?
Yes, it is
No, it isn't
I don't know, I don't feel it

 



9. Please press the "TONAR" button on the toolbar Part 9 - TONAR

Move around the Screen to feel different effects between the Windows...

 

Is it interesting for you?
Yes, it is
No, it isn't
I don't know, I don't feel it

 



10. Please press the "Metronome System" button on the toolbar Part 10 - Metronome

You should normaly start feel rhythmic beats when you move your cursor...

 

Is it interesting for you?
Yes, it is
No, it isn't
I don't know, I don't feel it

 



Additional Impressions

 

11. Can you feel the Visual Force Feedback (Pseudo-haptic) ? Yes No
File > Visual Force Feedback

12. Can you feel the Haptic Feedback ? Yes No
File > Haptic Feedback >> Tactile Alerts, Rumble Feedback, Vibro-Tactile, Tactile Feedback or Force Feedback

The term full force feedback is used to refer to devices that apply sideways forces to your hand to resist your motion or give the impression of turbulence, recoil, impact, G-forces, or countless other phenomena. If the device can physically push on you, it's probably a full force feedback device. Many force feedback gaming devices fall into this category.

The term tactile feedback is used to describe devices that play high-fidelity tactile sensations, but generally won't move or inhibit the movement of either the device or the hand holding it. A tactile feedback device can play a wide variety of distinguishable taps, textures, and vibration effects to communicate with the user and greatly enrich the computing or gaming experience. A number of pointing and gaming devices fall into this category.

The term rumble feedback refers to devices that play low-fidelity shakes or rumbles. Rumble effects are generally turned on to correspond to high-action events in a game. This type of feedback is popular in a variety of basic game controllers, particularly gamepads.

13. Can you hear the Sound Feedback? Yes No
File > Auditory Feedback >> Sound Card Feedback

14. Can you hear the Internal PC speakers? Yes No
File > Auditory Feedback >> Internal speakers

15. Can you hear the Narrator voices? Yes No
File > Auditory Feedback >> Narrator voices (if narrator caption is grayed out, you need to install additional files)

16. What applications (game, software, browser) did you try with iFeelPixel?
(For example: World of Goo, Adobe Photoshop, Paint.NET, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer)


17. What Force Feedback device did you use with iFeelPixel?

18. Sound Card (please specify make and model, if known):

19. Please rank the features listed below for the benefit they provide you:

Best: The first choice
Worst: The last choice

20. Please rate your overall experience with this software:
1 = poor    2    3    4    5 = very good

21. What price range seems reasonable to you for this software? (Currency: Euro)
5-10    10-15    15-20     20-30     30+ 

22. If iFeelPixel software were bundled with a force feedback device, do you think it would encourage you to buy a force feedback device over a non-force feedback device?
Yes    No  

 



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