This paper presents an algorithm to provide floor projection feedback according to the local distance and density of individuals. It is realized by a large-space floor projection system with a feedback function based on human tracking with laser ranging image sensors. The purpose is to support the cognition of spatial–temporal structures of groups of adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders (NDs) that are conducting organized physical activity (PA). Observation and evaluation of behavioral changes in adolescents with NDs, when they were active with or without the floor projection based on the proposed algorithm, were conducted to validate its effectiveness. We observed that the proposed algorithm can be implemented in different organized PAs. It had the effect to help individuals in a behavior to keep a close distance to each other as a group rather than to keep the same distance apart from each other while walking.
|ジャーナル||International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction|
|出版ステータス||Published - 2022 6月|
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