This two-element exhibit is used for investigating the reaction time. The first part examines how fast one’s pupil reacts to a change in light intensity. A fast camera is used to capture the pupil’s movement. A graphic representation of the examined parameters is shown on the screen. It is possible to save the result and compare it to the reference values.
The second part examines the reaction time of human brain to visual impulses. Three objects are shown on the screen. Whenever one of them is illuminated, a corresponding button needs to be pushed as fast as possible. As with the previous one, a comparison to reference values is possible.
Date: 24th February 2015