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URN etd-0910114-180345 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1717 times. Download 703 times. Author Chun-po Chang Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2013 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 67 Title A Study on the Difference of Emotions Induced by Visual Textures and Tactile Textures Keyword Design Tactile Texture Emotion Visual Texture Emotion Emotion Emotion Visual Texture Emotion Tactile Texture Emotion Design Abstract In order to understand the emotions of texture and tactile texture, two experiments were carried out. Experiments I and II were used to see the emotions of visual and tactile textures, respectively. In these two experiments, 17 texture samples, which are most- frequently used in industry, were used. Each observer was asked to assess each experimental sample on 13 scales in Experiments I and II.
The major findings of this research are (1) the significant difference of emotions between visual and tactile textures was found, (2) the emotions of visual texture were identified by “modernity” and “intimacy”, (3)the visual textures were divided into 4 groups, “delicate-mature”, “exquisite group”, “nimble-stable” and “pure-heavy” groups, (4) the emotions of tactile textures can be explained by “value”, “friendly” and “plain-luxury” factors, (5) the tactile textures can be classified into 4 groups, “soft-smooth”, “rugged-bold”, “structured-grain”, “silky-delicate” groups.
Advisor Committee Wen-Yuan Lee - advisor
Chia-hua Lin - co-chair
Chih-an Shaw - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2014-07-21 Date of Submission 2014-09-10