Category Archives: Usability

Driving Performance Studies Complete

We recently completed our driving performance studies which form part of the IGEAR project and an MSc thesis being undertaken by Korok Sengupta. The studies focussed on comparing device interaction under simulated and real world conditions. With the real world … Continue reading

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Driving Performance Studies

We are currently looking for participants to take part in a driving study at the Colmar test track here in Luxembourg. The study takes place in the evening and you are required to drive ¬†Renault Twizzy round the track while … Continue reading

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Study Participants Wanted

Starting from next week we are looking for participants to take part in four studies: Gamification and privacy (location: anywhere in the world). We are looking for people to take part in a study using mobile phones and gamification. Time: … Continue reading

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Paper: An Ambient Workplace for Raising Awareness of Internet-Based Cooperation

I recently came into possession of this paper I wrote along with some colleagues from CRP-GL a number of years ago. ¬†Although from 2006 it may still be of use to some others on here. An Ambient Workplace for Raising … Continue reading

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Updated: Vehicular Applications and Gamification Papers

Here is a list of the main papers from this website that explore using gamification to reduce traffic congestion. The work is drawn from research in how to apply vehicular networking technology to reduce traffic congestion. The first paper explores … Continue reading

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