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Institute of Cognitive Science Colloquia - Zoom Link - Shared screen with speaker view
Matt Hong
24:40
B
Kayla Cormier
24:40
A
Medha Sharma
24:41
A
Jordan Wirfs-Brock
24:41
A
Rachel Katherine Lieber
24:42
b
Emily Johns-O'Leary (she/her/hers)
24:42
B
Michael Joseph Schneider
24:43
B
Cari Skrzynski
24:43
B
Shreyasi Mandal
24:48
B
leyu6965
24:53
B
Jordan Wirfs-Brock
27:02
Speaking as a weirdo “A” person here: I guess because the bars were ordered and the concepts (safety, comfort, sleeping, etc.) were also ordered, I drew the mapping from the ordering rather than the color
Medha Sharma
27:22
I did the same!
Cari Skrzynski
31:51
R
Medha Sharma
31:52
R
Chelsea Brown
31:53
R
Matt Hong
31:53
R
Jordan Wirfs-Brock
31:53
R
Matt Jones
31:54
L
Jean Hertzberg
31:55
r
Emily Johns-O'Leary (she/her/hers)
31:56
R
Rachel Dickler
31:57
R
Michael Joseph Schneider
31:57
R
Shreyasi Mandal
31:58
R
Kayla Cormier
31:58
R
Julianna Harris
32:00
R
Tamara Sumner
32:00
L
Matt Jones
32:11
no really. trash is always left.
Julianna Harris
32:12
L
Kayla Cormier
32:16
R
Matt Hong
32:16
L
Shreyasi Mandal
32:17
R
Jordan Wirfs-Brock
32:18
R
Tamara Sumner
32:18
L
Medha Sharma
32:18
R
Rachel Dickler
32:19
L
Ali
32:20
L
Marisa Seitz
32:20
r
Kathryn Conger
32:21
L
Jean Hertzberg
32:21
l
Michael Joseph Schneider
32:23
L
Emily Johns-O'Leary (she/her/hers)
32:30
R
Eliana Colunga
32:43
purple is NEVER for trash 😊
Cari Skrzynski
33:20
I only thought it was the right when it was called dark yellow--originally thought it was green and would be for recycling
Kathryn Conger
34:03
Trash L, recycle R
Jordan Wirfs-Brock
34:30
I am curious about whether there really is no structure… trash as the “default” waste product might have a left preference in societies that read left to right?
Jordan Wirfs-Brock
36:46
👍thank you
Medha Sharma
53:59
Is there a threshold for S which can be used to distinguish between robust and fragile?
Medha Sharma
54:45
okay, thanks!
Matt Hong
59:46
I don't know if this is important, but how are those colors ordered in the left graph?
Tamara Sumner
01:00:33
looks like a color wheel Matt, but let's be sure to ask Karen
Marisa Seitz
01:07:19
Is there any control for or consideration of human differences? That is, has there been any consideration of how culture/gender/ethnicity/age might affect results?
Marisa Seitz
01:08:25
Thanks
Michael Joseph Schneider
01:20:02
https://colororacle.org/
Michael Joseph Schneider
01:20:06
This cite?
Michael Joseph Schneider
01:23:51
For others interested, here is Colorgorical: http://vrl.cs.brown.edu/color
Shreyasi Mandal
01:25:14
Thank you for sharing
Ali
01:36:12
I should check their poster, is it at IEEE VIS?
Kayla Cormier
01:40:01
Thank you!
Michael Joseph Schneider
01:40:05
Thanks for sharing, really interesting work!
Julianna Harris
01:40:08
Thank you!
Emily Johns-O'Leary (she/her/hers)
01:40:10
Thank you!
Ali
01:40:11
Thank you so much!
Medha Sharma
01:40:11
Thankyou for the wonderful talk!
Purnendu -
01:40:32
Great work! Thank you for this enlightening talk. I also loved your slides!
Akshay Paruchuri
01:40:37
Thanks all!