Title

Split

Date

5-30-2013 9:30 AM

Location

Instructional Technology Center (ITC) Third Floor

Department

Computer Science

Session Chair

David Olson

Session Title

Individual Software Projects

Presentation Type

Poster session

Abstract

Split is an interactive simulation for Android created to test the user’s ability to make split second decisions. Given two traffic lights that appear suddenly, the user is to turn their phone in the direction of the green light. With many random factors in place, like timing and positioning, the user will have to make ad hoc decisions in a very short time frame. The simulation concludes when the user either fails to make a decision on time, or turns their phone towards a red light a certain number of times. It keeps track of the user’s average reaction time and error ratio. How capable are you of thinking on your feet?

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May 30th, 9:30 AM

Split

Instructional Technology Center (ITC) Third Floor

Split is an interactive simulation for Android created to test the user’s ability to make split second decisions. Given two traffic lights that appear suddenly, the user is to turn their phone in the direction of the green light. With many random factors in place, like timing and positioning, the user will have to make ad hoc decisions in a very short time frame. The simulation concludes when the user either fails to make a decision on time, or turns their phone towards a red light a certain number of times. It keeps track of the user’s average reaction time and error ratio. How capable are you of thinking on your feet?