2 articles published in JoVE
Tactile Vibrating Toolkit and Driving Simulation Platform for Driving-Related Research Ao Zhu1, Annebella Tsz Ho Choi1, Ko-Hsuan Ma1, Shi Cao2, Han Yao1, Jian Wu3, Jibo He4,1 1Psychology Department, School of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, 2Department of Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo, 3Haier Innovation Design Center, Haier Company, 4Psychology Department, School of Education and Psychological Sciences, Sichuan University of Science and Engineering This protocol describes a driving simulation platform and a tactile vibrating toolkit for the investigation of driving-related research. An exemplar experiment exploring the effectiveness of tactile warnings is also presented.
An Assessment Method and Toolkit to Evaluate Keyboard Design on Smartphones Yincheng Wang1, Ke Wang1, Yuqi Huang1, Di Wu2, Jian Wu3, Jibo He4,1 1Department of Psychology, School of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, 2Department of Computer Science, Beijing Normal University, 3Haier Innovation Design Center, Haier Company, 4Key Laboratory of Emotion and Mental Health in Chongqing, User Experience and Human-computer Interaction Technology Institute, Chongqing University of Arts and Sciences The presented protocol integrates various evaluation methods and demonstrates a method to evaluate the keyboard design on smartphones. Pairs matched by English characters are proposed as the input material, and the transition time between two keys is used as the dependent variable.