Could branding influence user interface interaction on emergency medical devices? Using eye-tracking technology to assess user's visual attention when viewing public access defibrillators

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Conference

ConferenceERC Congress
CountryItaly
CityBologna
Period20/09/1822/09/18
Internet address

Keywords

  • AED
  • cardiac arrest
  • eye tracking
  • branding
  • HCI
  • UX
  • cardiology

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author = "Hannah Torney and Adam Harvey and Justin Magee and D Finlay and RR Bond",
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