This web development (Google App) tries to proove the psychologycal experiment described [h][ere.]
The paper claims that some people can "feel" future events and it can be proved and documented well.
My plan is to provide an web application what collects the decision from the participants than *5 seconds later* generate a true random event on the server and return a feedback. All users/events/choices captured on the server.
After a simple google user login the application should start as seen on the attached screen design.
Server side web services:
- user registration (Google);
- contignous generation of a random numbers in every 10 second, valuation of guesses and storage of results by user (left button <0.5 right button >= 0.5)
- return the time of the next RND generation;
- return the generated random number (between 0 and 1)
- user registration
- Web service call for when the next random number generation will happen
- Web service call with sending the userid, timestamp and guess (left/right) waiting for the next random number, evaluating the results (shared function),
The client asks server when the next RND generation stars. "Event will happen" counter startes with returned number of secundum and counts down. In the last 5 seconds the "choose direction" counter starts and counts down to 0, participant prepares. The buttons (left and right) will change to vivid color, participant have 1 sec to make decision when either button can be pushed once. Button color changes back and freeze. Client calls server with guess, userid and timestamp. As "Event will happen" counter reaches 0 server generates RND, returns the result. Client shows score, starts over.
Developer's creative ideas are welcome.