By Albert Ali Salah, Hayley Hung, Oya Aran, Hatice Gunes
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 4th foreign Workshop on Human habit figuring out, HBU 2013, held in Barcelona, Spain, in October 2013. The 21 papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 50 submissions. The papers are grouped in topical sections on: behaviour and impact in arts, creativity, leisure, and edutainment functions; activities and actions; facial habit; social signs; and affective signals.
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Wheel: One arm moves in an extended and continuous circular motion, either clockwise or anticlockwise. Human Nonverbal Behaviour Understanding in the Wild for New Media Art 37 Fig. 5. Catalogue of ten of the most commonly observed gestures. Light/yellow and dark/red arrows indicate initial and secondary movement phases respectively. 5 Discussion How do people formulate an understanding of how to interact, and what gestures do they choose given the unfamiliarity of an interface? From his studies of interactive installations Wei  observed that the absence of rules often encourages participants to experiment and invent new meaningful gestures that are given signiﬁcance by the corresponding changes in the experienced output a process he termed neosemy.
2 Mood Proﬁling We decided to assign a ﬁxed content style to each participant. It would be confusing if the content style changed, especially given the short time people had to explore the installation. As previously discussed, heart rate and kinematic features of gesture have been shown to be linked to the arousal dimension of aﬀect. By analysing each participant’s initial motion and heart rate data, we created a snapshot proﬁle of their mood state which was then used to select the content style.
Velocity was calculated as described in (2) and angle was calculated based on (4) using the X-Y coordinates of each hand relative to the centre of the hip. Figure 4(a) provides a typical plot of the velocity proﬁle for a single participant’s right and left hands, over an eight second window. It shows a high degree of synchrony in the timing of the movements of the left hand and the movements of the right hand. Figure 4(b) shows the angle of each hand over the same time window. It reveals that although the movement timing was synchronous, the relative hand positions are either in phase or out of phase, corresponding to symmetrical and non-symmetrical movement.
Human Behavior Understanding: 4th International Workshop, HBU 2013, Barcelona, Spain, October 22, 2013. Proceedings by Albert Ali Salah, Hayley Hung, Oya Aran, Hatice Gunes