We built Raven’s Eye so that it would be useful for a great variety of purposes. Indeed, the worldview revealed by Raven’s Eye is so expansive, and the opportunities for its application are so numerous, that some may find it disorienting. To aid in your focus, herein we add various demonstrations of Raven’s Eye, as we think of them. These demonstrations are generally derived from either our online surveys and experiments, or from information publicly available on the Internet.
This online survey of 496 Mechanical Turk workers located in the United States of America was conduced from October 20th - October 22nd, 2018. It solicited participants’ age and gender, and then asked them to answer two questions: For what or whom are you most thankful, and why? At this time, what or whom do you need most, and why?
This multinational survey of 346 participants was conducted from September 15th-22nd, 2015, on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. It solicited participants’ age, gender, and nationality, and then asked them to respond to two open-ended questions concerning the meaning of life.
This opinion poll of 396 participants located in the United States was conduced from August 28th - September 1st, 2015, on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. It solicited participants’ age and gender, and then asked them to select whether they would vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, were national elections held today. It then asked them to list some reasons for selecting the person that they selected, as well as reasons for not selecting the person that they did not select.
This survey of Mechanical Turk workers located in either Washington State or New York State was created as an example for use on one of our founders' radio show. It illustrates the thematic differences in what people like or dislike about life, based on their geography and habits.