University of South Florida St. Petersburg Student Research Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 1, article 5 : The Testing and Design of an Arduino Microcontroller Board for the Study of Proxemics
Student research journal (USFSP)
The accurate and anonymous measurement of proxemics in social research can prove to be problematic. The current paper proposes the design and use of an Arduino microcontroller board to record time and date incidents within a predefined spatial distance. Initial testing of the completed prototype proved successful and has implications for use in human factors, marketing, and other experiments requiring such data. The device also demonstrates the ability to be modified with additional sensors and lighting in future designs.
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Huynh, Thien-Bach; Hardy, Leon; Pezzo, Mark V.; and Wilder, Otis, "University of South Florida St. Petersburg Student Research Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 1, article 5 : The Testing and Design of an Arduino Microcontroller Board for the Study of Proxemics" (2012). Student Research Journal. 18.
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