Gamers Wanted: Earn a Gift Card!
Our basement-dwelling friends from Computer Science are conducting a study in human-automation collaboration and will reward you with a $10 gift card upon the completion of a one-hour game.
The study is being conducted by Assistant Professor Lydia Tapia who serves as director of the Adaptive Motional Planning Group.
"This study focuses on human-automation collaboration," said Tapia. "The purpose is to understand how humans interact with automation in situations of motion guidance via a mobile game."
In addition to playing a game that guides a bee through various obstacles, participants will also be asked to fill out a survey.
If you are interested in participating in this study, please begin by filling out this survey.
Questions about this study can be directed to the Principal Investigator at firstname.lastname@example.org. The study will end on April 30.