UMD professor uses video game to prevent distracted driving
A University of Minnesota Duluth professor is hoping to keep people from using their phones behind the wheel by putting them in front of a video game.
Dr. Edward Downs turned a PlayStation 3 into a distracted-driving simulator. He used it in an experiment, which tested the attitude of about 100 college students towards distracted driving.
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