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Ginger S. WatsonA Synthesis of Simulator Sickness Studies Conducted in a High-Fidelity Driving Simulator
Conference paper
This paper specifically reviews six simulator sickness studies that were conducted on a high-fidelity driving simulator at the University of Iowa. Independent measures across these studies include dri ...7/18/2000
Sarah MillerWorkload Measures
Literature review
Numerous articles have been devoted to various topics in mental workload. These topics range from explaining how electrochemical processes predict workload to how motivation is related to effort. This ...8/21/2001
Sarah MillerThe Role of Traditional Workload Measures and Situational Awareness in Assessing Cellular Telephone Use While Driving
Literature review
(None listed)1/1/2002
Chris Schwarz, Samantha Hench, Brian Gilmore, Bernie Romig, Ginger Watson, Jeff Dolan, Shawn Allen, Stephen CableDevelopment of an Off-Road Agricultural Virtual Proving Ground
Conference paper
A virtual proving ground (VPG) was developed for use in agricultural applications using the National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS). The VPG environment consists of a real-time tractor dynamics mod ...10/8/2003
Michelle Reyes, John Lee, Yulan Liang, Joshua Hoffman, Ritchie HuangCapturing driver response to in-vehicle human-machine interface technologies using facial thermography
Conference paper
Measuring driver response to in-vehicle human-machine interface (HMI) systems is critical for the automotive design and evaluation process. Physiological measures provide a useful complement to perfor ...6/22/2009
Timothy Brown, Yefei He, Cheryl Roe, Tom SchnellIs More Better? Night Vision Enhancement System's Pedestrian Warning Modes and Older Drivers
Journal paper
Pedestrian fatalities as a result of vehicle collisions are much more likely to happen at night than during day time. Poor visibility due to darkness is believed to be one of the causes for the higher ...1/1/2010
John Gaspar, Nathan Ward, Mark Neider, James Crowell, Ronald Carbonari, Henry Kaczmarski, Lester Loschky, Ryan Ringer, Aaron Johnson, Arthur KramerMeasuring the useful field of view during simulated driving with gaze-contingent displays
Journal paper
We aimed to develop and test a new dynamic measure of transient changes to the useful field of view (UFOV), utilizing a gaze-contingent paradigm for use in realistic simulated environments. BACKGROUND ...6/1/2016
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