Investigating Huds for the Presentation of Choice Lists in Car Navigation Systems

  title={Investigating Huds for the Presentation of Choice Lists in Car Navigation Systems},
  author={Garrett Weinberg and Bret Harsham and Zeljko Medenica},
It has been established that head-down displays (HDDs), such as those commonly placed in the dashboard of commercial automobiles, can draw drivers’ attention away from the primary driving task (Bach et al., 2008). This problem can be exacerbated when screens are ’busy’ with graphics or rich information. In this paper, we present the results of a driving simulatorbased user study where we examined two potential alternatives to HDDs for presenting textual lists. Subjects conducted a series of… CONTINUE READING


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