57.3: The Effect of Touch Screen Hand Stability Method on Performance & Subjective Preference in Turbulence

@inproceedings{Lancaster2011573TE,
  title={57.3: The Effect of Touch Screen Hand Stability Method on Performance & Subjective Preference in Turbulence},
  author={Jeff A. Lancaster and Bob De Mers and Bill Rogers and Andy Smart and Stephen Whitlow},
  year={2011}
}
Eight participants conducted representative flight deck display interaction tasks using a touch screen fitted with four hand stabilization methods in turbulent motion conditions simulated by off-road driving on a bumpy surface. A variety of objective and subjective data were gathered including workload, time on task, error rate, and electromyography (EMG) captured at the participants' forearms. Results indicated no significant differences in task performance across the hand stabilization… CONTINUE READING

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