Who am I?
My name is Jack Purvis and I am a Masters student in Computer Graphics at Victoria University of Wellington. This research project is work towards my thesis.
What is the aim of the survey?
The purpose of this survey is to evaluate Visor, a new software environment for live coding of graphics in audiovisual performances. Visor has been developed as part of a Masters research project by myself, Jack Purvis, at Victoria University of Wellington. Visor is intended to be used by live coders, VJs, creative coders, and audiovisual performers. This survey aims to evaluate the effectiveness of Visor and to inform the future development of the software. This research has been approved by the Victoria University of Wellington Human Ethics Committee, with approval ID 0000025996.
How can you help?
You have been invited to participate because you have used Visor in some capacity. If you agree to take part you will complete a survey. The survey will ask you questions about Visor. The survey will take you 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
What will happen to the information you give?
This research is anonymous. This means that nobody, including the researchers will be aware of your identity. By answering it, you are giving consent for us to use your responses in this research. Your answers will remain completely anonymous and unidentifiable. Once you submit the survey, it will be impossible to retract your answer. Please do not include any personal identifiable information in your responses.
What will the project produce?
The information from my research will be used in my Masters dissertation and may be used in academic publications or presented to conferences. The information from my research will also be used to inform future development of Visor.
If you have any questions or problems, who can you contact?
If you have any questions, either now or in the future, please feel free to contact either Jack Purvis at firstname.lastname@example.org, or my supervisor Dr. Craig Anslow at email@example.com.
Human Ethics Committee information
If you have any concerns about the ethical conduct of the research you may contact the Victoria University HEC Convenor: Dr Judith Loveridge. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone+64-4-463 6028.