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Usability Assessment of the OSMO Pocket Mini Sports Video Camera and Improvement Plan

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The video camera have gained its popularity over the years with the increasing popularity of taking vlog and other videos to record life. So it is necessary to conduct a usability study on video cameras. The most widely-accepted product on the market is Go-Pro, however, DJI OSMO Pocket Mini has also conquered a great market share due to its’ unique design and function. This research included a detailed usability assessment on the OSMO Pocket Mini to explore what problems users encounter while using the product and accordingly, the possible solutions and improvement plans. These findings provide insights to designers and engineers.

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  • Video camera
  • Usability assessment
  • Solutions
  • Design

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Appendix. A-Interview Questions

Appendix. A-Interview Questions

We are currently evaluating the usability of the DJI Pocket Lingyun PTZ camera product. Thank you very much for taking the time to participate in our interview. During the interview, all dialogues will be recorded, and the recording will only be used for research purposes.

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    Why did you buy Osmo Pocket? (If it has only been used and not purchased: what in specific do you use?).

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    What is your most frequent usage scenario and purpose?

  3. 3.

    What is your approximate frequency of use, or when will it be used?

  4. 4.

    How long do you usually use each time?

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    Please think about the first time you use it, do you have any doubts or inconvenience about some operations and designs of Osmo Pocket? (hope the user can describe the situation and feelings of the first use).

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    After you are familiar with it, do you feel any inconvenience of using Osmo Pocket?

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Zhang, C., Cong, Y., Long, J., Wang, X., Soares, M.M., Zeng, J. (2021). Usability Assessment of the OSMO Pocket Mini Sports Video Camera and Improvement Plan. In: Soares, M.M., Rosenzweig, E., Marcus, A. (eds) Design, User Experience, and Usability: Design for Contemporary Technological Environments. HCII 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 12781. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-78227-6_9

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