Skip to content

vhilab/psych-360

master
Switch branches/tags
Code

Latest commit

 

Git stats

Files

Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
Type
Name
Latest commit message
Commit time
 
 
 
 
 
 

Stimulus Sampling 360 Dataset

Files

CSV of data: https://github.com/vhilab/psych-360/blob/master/psych-360.csv

Video Files: https://stanfordvr.com/psych-360-videos

CSV File Information

Each row represents a sample, which in this case is a participant watching a video. Each participant watched five videos, so each participant has five rows associated with it.

  • location: Locations of the study. Lab 1 and Lab2 are the rooms of our lab and Museum is our booth at The Tech Interactive in San Jose.
  • pid: The IDs of the participants. They are unique per location not across locations.
  • video: The video the participants watched.
  • order: The order of the video from the participant’s perspective.
  • age: The age of the participant. (19-/19-25/26-45/45+)
  • gender: The gender of the participant. (Female/Male/Other)
  • race: The race of the participant.
  • experience: Whether the participant had prior VR experience.
  • arousal: The arousal level the participant reported after watching the video.
  • presence: The presence level the participant reported after watching the video.
  • sickness: The simulator sickess level the participant reported after watching the video.
  • preference: The preference level the participant reported after watching the video.
  • exploration: The proportion of a full 360-degree horizontal sweep participant made watching the video

The first ten results are show below.

location pid video order age gender race experience arousal presence sickness preference exploration
Lab1 5 Pond 1 19-25 Male White, Caucasian, Non Hispanic TRUE 2 2.666667 1.0 2.5 0.8944242
Lab1 5 Baboon1 2 19-25 Male White, Caucasian, Non Hispanic TRUE 5 3.666667 1.0 5.0 0.4832044
Lab1 5 Concert1 3 19-25 Male White, Caucasian, Non Hispanic TRUE 3 2.000000 1.0 1.5 0.4845384
Lab1 5 Rapunzel 4 19-25 Male White, Caucasian, Non Hispanic TRUE 5 3.000000 1.0 1.0 0.4024281
Lab1 5 Chickens 5 19-25 Male White, Caucasian, Non Hispanic TRUE 3 3.000000 1.0 2.0 1.0000000
Lab1 6 Waterfall3 1 19-25 Female Chinese TRUE 5 3.666667 1.0 3.5 0.9329999
Lab1 6 Rocks 2 19-25 Female Chinese TRUE 3 3.333333 1.0 3.0 0.8228508
Lab1 6 Forest 3 19-25 Female Chinese TRUE 5 4.000000 1.5 1.5 0.7769808
Lab1 6 Bees 4 19-25 Female Chinese TRUE 7 3.666667 1.0 4.5 0.5573311
Lab1 6 March 5 19-25 Female Chinese TRUE 7 4.000000 1.5 2.5 1.0000000

Each variable is shown descriptively and explored further below.

Identification (Location, PID, and Order)

Note that the unique identifier for a participant is the pair of variables (location, pid).

# When grouping by PID only, how many PIDs have more than 5 rows associated with them?
psych_360 %>% 
  group_by(pid) %>%
  count() %>%
  filter(n != 5) %>%
  nrow
## [1] 59
# Instead, it's better to group by PID and Location if you want participants to be uniquely grouped
psych_360 %>%
  group_by(pid, location) %>%
  count() %>%
  filter(n != 5) %>%
  nrow()
## [1] 0

Video

Age

Gender

Race

Experience

Arousal

Presence

Sickness

Preference

Exploration

About

The public repository for "The Psychology of 360-Video"

Resources

Stars

Watchers

Forks

Releases

No releases published

Packages

No packages published