Visual Demand of Driving and the Execution of Display-intensive In-vehicle Tasks

@inproceedings{Green1999VisualDO,
  title={Visual Demand of Driving and the Execution of Display-intensive In-vehicle Tasks},
  author={Paul Green},
  year={1999}
}
To gain insight as to when telematics can be distracting, 16 participants drove a simulator on roads with long curves of several different radii. Participants read electronic maps displayed in the center console while both parked and driving. In separate trials, the visual demand/workload of the same straight and curved sections was measured using the visual occlusion technique. Visual demand was correlated with inverse curve radius. As visual demand increased, driving performance declined… CONTINUE READING
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