The Maritime Employers Association (MEA) trains longshoremen for the operation of different port cranes. To do this, they use various tools such as simulators and training equipment. One of these tests evaluates the eye/hand/foot coordination of the candidates. This test is relatively standard and not necessarily adapted to the work context of crane operators. The aim of the project was to create a computer tool for the evaluation of foot/hand/eye coordination. This tool takes the form of a 3D environment in which the candidate must move objects using two joysticks and a pedal. The tool also had to provide for evaluation of the candidate’s performance with a pointing system.
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