Call: ARtSENSE Visual Aesthetic Interest Survey

From: Ute Kreplin (U.Kreplin@2011.LJMU.AC.UK)
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011
Subject: Research Study


Liverpool John Moores University invites you to take part in the ARtSENSE Visual Aesthetic Interest Survey. The survey asks you to give subjective ratings, i.e. your thoughts and feelings, towards artworks on a number of scales. The survey is part of the ARtSENSE project.

ARtSENSE tackles a very important problem in the modern usage of Information Communication Technology in cultural heritage domain. It aims to bridge the gap between the digital world with the physical in a highly flexible way in order to enable a novel and adaptive cultural experience in museums and galleries. For more information go to

You can complete the study online and it shouldn’t take you more than 20 minutes. You will be given feedback about the picture you have rated as most interesting and how it compares to  that others have rated most interesting. You can also enter a prize draw for some Amazon vouchers!

Please be aware that some of the images are sexual in nature and might be distressing or offensive to you.

You will be able to look at examples of the pictures during three practice slides. Please don’t take part in this survey if you feel uncomfortable or distressed by these images. You can also stop without, providing a reason, at any point during the study, if you feel that you are uncomfortable or distressed by the images.

To take part in this study (you have to be at least 18) and for further details go to:

Many Thanks,

Ute Kreplin
PhD student at Liverpool John Moores University, UK


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