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Make me move at work! An ambient light display to increase physical activity
TLDR
It is shown that MoveLamp can help office workers to both, increase their number of steps taken during a typical working day and move more frequently.
Ensuring Safety in Augmented Reality from Trade-off Between Immersion and Situation Awareness
TLDR
This paper proposes a third-party component that prevents pedestrian-vehicle accidents in a traffic environment based on vehicle position estimation (VPE) and vehicle position visualization (VPV) and expects that when the proposed component is developed enough to be used in real world, it will contribute to the safety-ensured AR, as well as to the population of AR.
Demon Hunt - The Role of Endsley's Demons of Situation Awareness in Maritime Accidents
TLDR
Addressing eight causes that corrupt the Situation Awareness of human operators, the so-called Demons of Situation Awareness (SA Demons), enables maritime system designers to enhance the Situation awareness of maritime operators and thereby improves the safety at sea.
RadialLight: exploring radial peripheral LEDs for directional cues in head-mounted displays
TLDR
RadialLight, a peripheral light display implemented as 18 radially positioned LEDs around each eye to cue direction towards out-of-view objects, is explored, showing that participants could not distinguish between LED cues presented to one or both eyes simultaneously, and participants estimated LED cue direction within a maximum 11.8° average deviation.
Measuring, Understanding, and Classifying News Media Sympathy on Twitter after Crisis Events
TLDR
Bias in coverage between Western and Arab media on Twitter after the November 2015 Beirut and Paris terror attacks is investigated using two Twitter datasets covering each attack to find sympathy predictions supported ground truth analysis that Western media was less sympathetic than Arab media.
MonoculAR: a radial light display to point towards out-of-view objects on augmented reality devices
TLDR
This work explores the utility of augmenting head-mounted AR devices with MonoculAR, a peripheral light display comprised of twelve radially positioned light cues, to point towards out-of-view objects and results show that participants find out- of- view objects faster when the light cues are presented on the screen.
Exploring Vibrotactile and Peripheral Cues for Spatial Attention Guidance
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It was found that tactile cues led to faster arousal times than visual cues, whereas the attention shift speed for visual cues was faster than tactile cues.
Effects of location and fade-in time of (audio-)visual cues on response times and success-rates in a dual-task experiment
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This work conducts a dual-task experiment in an anechoic chamber with LED-based stimuli that faded in or turned on abruptly and were placed in the periphery or front of a subject and observed significant effects on the response times in the screen task when adding sound.
Guiding Smombies: Augmenting Peripheral Vision with Low-Cost Glasses to Shift the Attention of Smartphone Users
TLDR
A 10-fi prototype with peripheral displays to augment peripheral vision of pedestrians with low-cost glasses to support them in critical traffic encounters is developed and it is shown that moving light resulted in significantly faster response times and was subjectively perceived best.
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