相互行為としてのページめくり Turning Pages as Interaction
Recent studies of interaction research have revealed that mind in the interaction is<br> embodied in gesture in the material world as the interaction resource. In this study,<br>we research interaction of turning pages each other when they decide the order of the<br> restaurant. Using a virtual menu with 6 pages, 2 participants in the experiment decided<br> to take one dish for each one for each page. Focusing on when and how the partici-<br>pants turn each page, we found that both participants touch or follow the page when<br> it was turned in 64/135 cases. The timing of the turning is organized not only by their<br> utterance of announcing their order but also the body movement of page manipulation.<br> They used the spatio-temporal pattern of page manipulation such as moving their hand<br> from the center to the edge of the page or lifting the edge of the page slightly. These<br> pre-sequences of turning pages, which were step by step process of sequential move-<br>ments with pauses and were embodied with material world of the page structure, seem<br> to project the next movement of page manipulation to prepare the simultaneous page<br> turning by the participants.
認知科学 21(1), 113-124, 2014