The Arizona State University Center for Human-AI-Robot Teaming, directed by Dr. Nancy Cooke, is recruiting participants for a remote DoD-funded Minecraft study where you will search and rescue victims in a collapsed building in a Minecraft world. This is a two-session study. In Session 1 (about 1 hour), you will check in to make sure your software is installed appropriately and fill out a survey. In Session 2 (about 2 hours), you will play the Minecraft games and complete related surveys. When you finish Session 2, you will receive a $45 Amazon Gift Card.
To participate in the study, you will need to meet the following requirements:
- Live in the United States.
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- Can communicate in English.
- Have experience playing Minecraft with a mouse and keyboard.
- Have reliable internet access.
- Have a computer with a stand-alone mouse (avoid trackpad), keyboard, microphone, and a webcam. Please note that we will record your activities and voice during the experiment in Session 2 with your consent.
- Computers running Windows OS are preferred, but Mac users are welcome.
- Have normal color vision: if you are not sure, you can check using free online color vision tests, like this one.
- Be able to join a Zoom call. If you do not have Zoom yet, you can download Zoom for free.
- Be willing to download Minecraft mods and Forge to participate (we will also instruct you how to uninstall them after the experiment).
If you are interested, please sign up at this Calendly appointment page for our available time slots, and we will follow up with instructions to prepare for Session 1. For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!