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Posted in September 2011

Getting started

Today was the first meeting. The problem that we are going to research was explaned to us. The main objective is to find out if the screen resolution (quality) has any influence on the reaction time of people who have to react on what is happening on the screen. The results might be useful for example during videoconferences where people need more interaction than verbal communication alone, but also need to see what is happening on the other side. The research will be done with the use of motion capture technology. So the first step we took today was getting familiar with the soft and hardware of this technology. We also prepared a plan for what to do next so that we can identify the different problems that will be facing to find an answer on the main question. After that we divided a few tasks among ourselves like typing out the planning we made, fixing a small problem with the motion capture hardware, putting the problem in words and writing it down and writing a piece for this blog. So that is what we did today. The next meeting will be on monday where a lot of new stuff will be happening which probably will be described here by means of a new post.

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