X-Phi, the practice of performing philosophy based on experimental measures from the "real world" tends to concern itself with moral philosophy testing. As I'm finishing up my thesis on the philosophy of data, I am wondering if there are other research projects in progress which use experimental philosophy and apply it to issues of interest to philosophers of science or technology?
The primary experimental philosophy site is here with a listing of areas of research here. There are two referenced papers on the philosophy of science: Paul Griffiths, Edouard Machery and Stefan Linquist. (2009). The Vernacular Concept of Innateness. Mind & Language, 24, 605-630. and Karola Stotz, Experimental Philosophy of Biology: Notes From the Field.
And there are no references to the testing of the philosophy of technology.
To my knowledge, I have not found anyone else categorising their work as something both relating to the philosophy of technology and experimental philosophy. However, it may be the case that non-philosophers are performing what we would call philosophy in their experiments on how people interact with technology. Furthermore, there may be philosophers of technology who are implicitly performing experimental philosophy without describing their work as such.