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Research Environment for Alarm and Complex Task Simulation
James P. Bliss, Ph.D., Principal Investigator


Welcome to the R.E.A.C.T.S lab at Old Dominion University!  Students and faculty in the R.E.A.C.T.S. lab conduct human factors research, exploring many different cognitive and perceptual issues in applied task domains. Our goal is to apply behavioral science research to technology interfaces, making complex systems safer, easier, and more productive for people to use. We have received funding from many agencies to conduct research, and have collaborated with government institutions, companies, and research centers in the U.S. and abroad, to improve user interfaces. 

Please take a tour of our lab pages listed to the left and get to know us!  We include a few videos below of past projects.

FRAM Project (2013)

Gestural Arm Control (2012)

Dual-Arm Gestural Control (2017)