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URN etd-0720116-154553 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 483 times. Download 61 times. Author Nai-ci Chen Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2015 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 71 Title A Study on the Emotions of Shapes of Ceiling Light Keyword lamps sensual works emotional ceiling lights ceiling lights emotional sensual works lamps Abstract To explore the emotional aspects ceiling light fixtures, the experimental design of this study, aimed at gathering public for ceiling lamps and light fixtures shape the form of emotional feelings associated. An open-ended questionnaire to collect the subject's shape for ceiling lights fixtures established impression.
Ceiling lamps questionnaire contains 50 pictures and 10 groups opposed to the emotional vocabulary of adjectives, a total of 30 subjects were. To understand the differences between different ethnic groups feel the emotion of the shape of the lamp, independent sample T test for gender and age two projects test fixture shape feel differences.
We found a significant gender differences in emotion as "gorgeous - simple" and "organic - geometry" of different ages with significant differences in the emotional vocabulary to "concrete - abstract", "cold - warm" and "organic - geometry."
To better understand why the difference, stepwise multiple regression analysis to investigate the relationship between the shape and emotional elements. The results organize a series of design proposals for designer reference.
Advisor Committee Wen-Yuan Lee - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2016-01-29 Date of Submission 2016-07-20