Students help create device that could detect driver drowsiness, make roads safer
Psychology students can gain real-life industry experience before graduation.
Drowsy driving injures and kills thousands of people in the United States each year.
Alongside students in his Human Automation Interaction Lab, psychology professor Jibo
He has taken on the task of helping change that.
Students are learning real-life industry skills as they work with He to develop a
device that could alert drowsy drivers and avoid potential accidents. The hope is
that this device will make the roads safer.