As I mentioned in the earlier thread, I am planning on run a pcIBEX experiment using an iPad which we take into daycares. The design of the experiment is basically a binary truth value judgment task. However, I am also interested in collecting Reaction Time data, as we also have an hypothesis regarding the speed of responses between certain conditions.
As our iPads aren’t able to have SIM cards, we were planning on connecting them to the internet through mobile phone hotspots. However, I was wondering whether there might be any problems with collecting RT data through this kind of set-up. That is, would the reliability of the data be undermined by the inevitable variance in the connection of the iPad to the internet?
I don’t use iPads so I can’t test it for you now, but if you can run python on it you might want to give a shot at a local setup.