Human Factors

Kraut Earns 2016 SIGCHI Lifetime Achievement in Research Award

Herbert A. Simon Professor of Human–Computer Interaction Robert Kraut, an APS Fellow who works at the Human–Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), has been named the recipient of the 2016 SIGCHI Lifetime Achievement in Research Award. Presented annually by the Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computer–Human Interaction, the More

Why Motion Sickness May Become An Issue In The Workplace

The Huffington Post: THE QUESTION: WHAT CAUSES MOTION SICKNESS AND WHO IS MOST LIKELY TO FEEL SICK? The answer: No one knows for sure when it comes to the first part of the question. Despite the fact that people have been suffering from travel-related dizziness, nausea and headaches since motion ancient Greece More

Hidden Cameras Make Safer Drivers

Love them or hate them, a new study finds that speed cameras really do help stop drivers from speeding—particularly when the camera is hidden. Drivers may not appreciate getting a ticket, but speeding is one of the biggest contributors to traffic fatalities. Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration More