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Participate in Audio Video Testing at ITS
|Listening tests are conducted in a sound isolation booth.
|Some video tests are conducted in a simulated living room.
If you are in the Boulder, Colorado, area you are invited to participate in audio video testing at ITS. You can receive a “thank you” gift, and you will have the satisfaction of supporting important telecommunications research. Each test typically requires between one and two hours of your time, weekdays between 8 AM and 5 PM. Testing involves watching videos and/or listening to audio recordings and reporting your opinions on what you saw and/or heard.
Participants report to the Visitor’s Center at the US Department of Commerce Boulder Labs, 325 South Broadway. To enter the site a participant must have a valid Colorado Driver’s License, or any other REAL-ID compliant form of identification (see http://www.dhs.gov/real-id-enforcement-brief). Participants cannot bring weapons, explosives, marijuana, or other federally-banned substances onto the site.
To sign up, please send your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. For scheduling purposes please tell us:
- Your name
- The best way to contact you (email address, phone number)
- What three-hour blocks of time you are most likely to be available (day of the week and time of day)
- Whether you are a US citizen
We will contact potential participants when audio video testing begins.
The identities of subjects are kept confidential. Your ratings and feedback will be identified by a number assigned at the beginning of the experiment. Participation is entirely voluntary.