Glancing at personal navigation devices can affect driving: experimental results and design implications

@inproceedings{Kun2009GlancingAP,
  title={Glancing at personal navigation devices can affect driving: experimental results and design implications},
  author={Andrew L. Kun and Tim Paek and Zeljko Medenica and Nemanja Memarovic and Oskar Palinko},
  booktitle={AutomotiveUI},
  year={2009}
}
Nowadays, personal navigation devices (PNDs) that provide GPS-based directions are widespread in vehicles. These devices typically display the real-time location of the vehicle on a map and play spoken prompts when drivers need to turn. While such devices are less distracting than paper directions, their graphical display may distract users from their primary task of driving. In experiments conducted with a high fidelity driving simulator, we found that drivers using a navigation system with a… CONTINUE READING
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