NESP TWQ Round 3 - Project 3.2.3 - Monitoring aesthetic value of the GBR by using artificial intelligence to score photos and videos

This project addresses the urgent need to understand and monitor the aesthetic value of the Great Barrier Reef. Focusing on the fast-changing underwater systems of the Reef, this research used advanced technology (including eye tracking and heart rate measurement) to elicit what environmental and experiential attributes contribute to aesthetic value. A Big Data platform using artificial intelligence was created to assess large volumes of visitor supplied imagery and to map aesthetic value across space and time.

More details about this project can be found on the Monitoring the Great Barrier Reef Griffith Inititue for Tourism website.

This project is continuing under NESP TWQ Round 5 - Project 5.5 – Measuring aesthetic and experience values using Big Data approaches

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Publication on
25 November 2019
PreviewThis dataset consists of three data folders including all related documents of the online survey conducted within the NESP 3.2.3 project (Tropical Water Quality Hub) and a survey format document representing how the survey was designed.
Publication on
28 November 2019
PreviewThis dataset consists of three data folders for the eye-tracking experiment conducted within the NESP 3.2.3 project (Tropical Water Quality Hub): Folder (1) The folder of Eye-tracking videos contains 66 Tobii recordings of participants’ eye movements on screen, Folder (2) The He
Publication on
28 November 2019
PreviewThis dataset resulted from two inter-linked research streams. The first stream was related to the application of eye-tracking technology and an online survey in studying natural beauty.