Portrait of W.A. IJsselsteijn
Projectleader
Co-director


Portrait of Y.A.W. de Kort
Projectleader
Co-director


Portrait of W.M. van den Hoogen
Postdoc - Fuga
Game Experience


Portrait of H.H.Nap
Postdoc - G@L
Gaming Elderly



Portrait of B.J. Gajadhar
PhD Student - G@L
Social play



Portrait of W. Oosting
PhD Student - G@L
Parental mediation



Portrait of M.C.Boschman
Facility manager
Technical support





- Former Colleagues -


Portrait of K. Poels
Postdoc - Fuga
Game Experience



Portrait of S. Zubic
S. Zubic (PDEng)
Designer
Interface implementation



Portrait of A.D. Pekel
MTD student - G@L
Interface design



Portrait of J. van Damme
J. van Damme (BSc)
Master's thesis
Social facilitation



Martin Boschman

Biography

Martin Boschman studied Technical Physics at the IHBO Eindhoven. He started in 1982 as a technical assistant and later became a research associate working for the Vision Research group at the Institute for Perception Research (IPO). His main research activities over the years were related to image quality of visual displays. He investigated metrics related to the legibility and visual comfort of visual displays. Two of those - scaled visual comfort and search velocity in a letter search task - were found to be adequate yard sticks for the perceptual quality of visual displays and were submitted to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) that included them in a .Normative Annex to ISO-9241-Part3., the standard on "Visual Display Requirements". Later he developed and published tools for the analysis of ordinal category ratings of perceptual attributes (ThurCatD) and for the analysis of category ratings of perceived attribute differences (DifScal). In 2000 Martin Boschman became facility manager of the laboratories of the Human Technology Interaction group of the Department Technology Management at the TU/e. He is responsible for designing, building and maintaining experimental facilities, for instrumental investments and budget management and for the coordination of the use of the laboratories.