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Games to Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album


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Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album from the Tufts University
National Ergonomics Month presentation in Medford, MA on September 15, 2010.


Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro


Dr. Ryan Kilgore


Ali Connolly


Max Goldstein
Hannah Garfield
Emily Port
David Ortiz

Prism Set:

Gerry Palmer of

Awesome Ribbon:

Hodges Badge Company of Portsmouth, RI

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Games to Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album

  1. 1. Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!!<br />Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro, Presenter<br />Dr. Ryan Kilgore, Sponsor<br />Champion Ali Connolly<br />Semifinalist Max Goldstein<br />Semifinalist Hannah Garfield<br />Semifinalist Emily Port<br />Semifinalist David Ortiz<br />Tufts University<br />Medford MA<br />National Ergonomics Month<br />September 15, 2010<br />Title Page Figure Captions:<br /><ul><li>Champion Ali Connolly (blindfolded with her Happy Birthday Bandana) holding her trophy, Happy Birthday Bear and Awesome Ribbon (left photo)
  2. 2. Awesome Ribbon by Hodges Badge Company of Portsmouth, RI
  3. 3. Semifinalists Hannah Garfield (blindfolded) and Emily Port (wearing 180 degree inversion prisms) pointing to the Perceptually Inverted Navigation (PIN) Chart (top right photo)
  4. 4. Prism sets by High School Teacher Gerry Palmer of PsychKits.Com
  5. 5. Semifinalist David Ortiz, Semifinalist Hannah Garfield, Champion Ali Connolly, Semifinalist Emily Port, Semifinalist Max Goldstein (left to right in bottom right photo)</li></ul>Champion<br />Ali Connolly <br />Tufts University<br />September 15, 2010<br />Photos by Ryan Kilgore and Ron Shapiro<br />Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D.<br />
  6. 6. Acknowledgements<br />Semifinalists<br />Max Goldstein, Computer Engineering ‘14<br />Ali Connolly, Environmental Engineering ‘14<br />Hannah Garfield, Civil Engineering ‘14<br />Emily Port, Mechanical Engineering ‘14<br />David Ortiz, Civil Engineering ‘14<br />Champion<br />Ali Connolly, Environmental Engineering ‘14<br />Sponsor<br />Dr. Ryan Kilgore<br />
  7. 7. Multitasking<br />Stand on one foot, eyes closed and recite Humpty Dumpty.<br />
  8. 8. Sound Localization<br />Max Goldstein, Computer Engineering ‘14<br />Point to the pencils being tapped with your eyes closed. <br />
  9. 9. Details<br />Ali Connolly, Environmental Engineering ‘14<br />Please describe your bandana. What color are the balloons?<br />What is on your right hand? What is on your left hand?<br />
  10. 10. Perceptually Inverted Navigation (PIN)<br />Hannah Garfield, Civil Engineering ’14 Emily Port, Mechanical Engineering ‘14<br />Emily, while wearing the 180 degree inversion prisms <br />direct Hannah to place the National Ergonomics Month (NEM) sticker<br />right side up on the oval in the center of the chart.<br />Prism sets by High School Teacher Gerry Palmer of PsychKits.Com<br />
  11. 11. Perceptually Inverted Navigation (PIN)<br />Enlargement<br />Note that the sticker was placed upside down!!!<br />
  12. 12. Reaction Time<br />David Ortiz, Civil Engineering ‘14<br />Catch the dollar before it slips through your fingers.<br />
  13. 13. The Semifinalists<br />
  14. 14. The Final Exam<br />Ali Connolly, Environmental Engineering ‘14<br />Ali, name everyone in front of the room.<br />
  15. 15. The Champion<br />Ali Connolly, Environmental Engineering ‘14<br />
  16. 16. The Prizes<br />