UK, Spain, Italy, Poland, Denmark, France and Germany
Edited By Pablo Romero-Fresco
Eye tracking in Poland
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Abstract: This chapter presents the results of the DTV4ALL eye-tracking tests on SDH in Poland. The tests consisted of (1) collecting participants’ demographic data, (2) watching 23 subtitled videos, while participants’ eye movements were monitored with an eye tracker, (3) completing comprehension questions after each clip and (4) completing a post-test survey on participants’ preferences concerning particular subtitling solutions. A total of 39 participants with different degrees of hearing loss took part in this study. The results showed the best comprehension scores among hearing viewers. The highest comprehension scores were achieved with standard and verbatim subtitles and the lowest with highly edited subtitles.
Keywords: edited subtitles, eye movements, eye tracking, fixations, Poland, verbatim subtitles
This chapter presents the results of the DTV4ALL eye-tracking tests on SDH in Poland36. The tests consisted of:
In total, the number of participants in the eye-tracking tests in Poland was 39. They were divided into three groups based on their degree of hearing loss: (1) the deaf, (2) the hard of hearing and (3) the hearing as the control group.
Table 1: Participants by age and degree of hearing loss.
The number of male and female participants was almost the same (46% and 54% respectively).
Table 2: Participants by gender and hearing loss.
All our participants attended both primary and secondary school, and 15 of them are graduates of higher education institutions.
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