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Haley Koch — General

reaction test - I think the idea has potential because a bright light might shock someone back awake, but also could blind them for a few seconds if at night? Maybe consider sound/an alarm as an alternative to lights (since you can listen and drive at the same time pretty easily)

oxygen - sounds like it would greatly depend on the individual, in terms of dosage and how well it works.

heart monitor - sounds like it would be effective at letting a driver know they ARE falling asleep, but then what would it do to actually wake them up?

aromatherapy - interesting idea! sounds good, but maybe make sure the effect doesn't wear off over time.. like after the 10th time you've used it, your body isn't affected by it anymore

when I drive tired, it helps me to open the window for cold/fresh air or to like move my legs or bounce them with music (since part of what makes it hard is that you're not moving while driving)

4 years ago

Alex Sher — General

For the aromatherapy, I feel like a big part of what wakes me up with smells is the initial stimulus of the new smell-it might be effective to have something that switches between various strong smells that wake people up.

4 years ago

Thomas Sanford — General

Great insight that people will be driving drowsy no matter what. Smart trying to solve the issue not prevent it from happening

4 years ago

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Thomas Sanford — General

Glad you are looking into simulations that can mimic the driving experience for testing! #nice

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Thomas Sanford — General

Utilize the DFA member base for testing! We'd all love to be a part of the testing to expand

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