Figure 1 - Front View of Experiment Site
Figure 1 shows the front view of experiment site. A 90m long path was drawn with yellow floor-tape stuck on to the floor. Yellow colour was chosen because it is easier to be detected and recognized for the first-time user. Barricade floor-tape with alternating red and white stripe were taped on both left and right side of the yellow tape. This tape was intended as an indicator for users when they were not focusing at the correct angle. The yellow path guided users from the origin to the target point, where they were expected to perform a specific task.
Figure 2 - Rear View of Experiment Site
Figure 2 shows the experiment site captured from rear.
Figure 3 - Course Path Design
Course Path Design shows overall design of the navigation course. The red wavy line indicates the path the user needed to walk along. Obstacles were placed next to, and all along, this path. The green flag indicates the end of the path. When the user reaches the green flag, they were required to perform a task involving object recognition.