Honors Project - Open Access
Stress while driving is a significant issue that causes automobile incidents. Along with the physical injuries, there is often baggage and trauma associated with these accidents. Wearable health monitoring technology, like Smartwatches, has a real possibility to help people further understand the stress inducing processes of driving. Thus to help with this issue, I propose a Google Maps app extension called: "Don't Beep At Me". This project creates a map that is layered by heart rate instead of speed limit and has great potential to be useful for reducing driving anxiety.
Chechelnitsky, Daniel, "Don’t Beep At Me: Using Google Maps APIs to Reduce Driving Anxiety" (2022). Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science Honors Projects. 69.
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