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Autor(en):
Keinath, Andreas; Baumann, Martin; Gelau, C.; Bengler, Klaus; Krems, Josef F. 
Titel:
Occlusion as a technique for evaluating in-car displays 
Abstract:
New in-vehicle information and communication systems are widely used and available. The intended purpose of such aids is increased convenience and operating safety. The paper questions whether these systems produce information overload which could have negative effects on driving safety, and suggests a need for a method for the evaluation of design concepts already in early stages. Described is occlusion technique which allows to experimentally control the time intervals during which visual stim...    »
 
Seitenangaben Beitrag:
391--397 
Herausgeber:
Harris, D. 
Buchtitel:
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics 
Verlag / Institution:
Ashgate 
Verlagsort:
Brookfield 
Jahr:
2001 
Print-ISBN:
0754613372 
Serientitel:
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics Series