"Bridging Habits, Health & Home": McMaster Univ. researcher explores aging-in-place

Fri, 08/26/2011

Recent talk: “Bridging Habits, Health & Home: Examining age-in-place and participation using an occupational lens”

Autoguide.com asks AgeLab what eye-tracking tells us

Wed, 05/11/2011

Autoguide.com featured AgeLab Research Scientist Bryan Reimer’s studies on distracted driving and drivers’ trust in new in-vehicle technologies. A video included in the article shows the lab’s eye-tracking equipment in action, with Reimer explaining how where glances and tunneling of vision can explain what puts drivers at risk. He notes that age is not a factor in driving performance, but health is.


AgeLab's Reimer on Edmunds AutoObserver.com

Tue, 05/10/2011

Edmunds AutoObserver interviewed AgeLab Research Scientist Bryan Reimer about the psychophysiology measurements he uses to see how demand levels of different tasks and technologies impact well-being behind the wheel. The article includes a video in which Reimer demonstrates the software used to track eye movement.

View the article and video here.




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