Nicole L Simone nsimone at be.seas.upenn.edu
Tue Mar 26 11:06:34 EST 1996


I need to devise a device to that will prevent a tired driver from 
getting into an accident.  I was wondering if anyone in neurophysioology 
could explain to me the mechanics behind the eye and what happens when a 
person is drowsy.  Does the movement of the eyelids change and can you 
detect this with EMG, ECG etc.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Nicki Simone 
nsimone at eniac.seas.upenn.edu
University of Pennsylvania
Bioengineering Major
Associate Scientist at Wistar Institute	

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