Congratulations to ACRI Researcher Associate Professor Anjum Narweed who has received the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Researchers (Mid-Career Research Award), in recognition of excellence in research activity, publication and engagement. School of Health, Medical & Applied Sciences, CQU.
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ACRI’s latest research report outlining the findings of lab testing of visual stimuli for attracting the attention of road users at level crossings was recently circulated to ACRI Participants. Seeking to inform the issue of unintentional blindness or ‘looked-but-failed-to-see’ incidents at level crossings, ACRI’s research set out to test new…
ACRI research into the potential for in-ground illuminated pads to attract the attention of pedestrians distracted by mobile devices or headphones is soon to move into its field testing stage with the assistance of KiwiRail. Using eye-tracking technology in-ground lighting configurations have been tested by ACRI Researcher Dr Gregoire Laure…