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Proceedings

The main proceedings of the AutomotiveUI 2014 conference are available in the ACM Digital Library:
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications

The adjunct proceedings of AutomotiveUI 2014 include the papers of the sessions Work in Progress (Demos and Posters) and Workshops:
Adjunct Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications

Papers (Main Proceedings)

Keynote Speaker

Peter Hancock, Pegasus Professor, Provost Distinguished Research Professor, University of Central Florida

Session 1:Investigating the impacts of novel user interfaces

Session Chair: James Jenness, Westat

Personal Navi: Benefits of an Augmented Reality Navigational Aid Using a See-Thru 3D Volumetric HUD
Karlin Bark, Cuong Tran, Kikuo Fujimura and Victor Ng-Thow-Hing

3D Displays in Cars: Exploring the User Performance for a Stereoscopic Instrument Cluster
Nora Broy, Florian Alt, Stefan Schneegass and Bastian Pfleging

You've Got the Look: Visualizing Infotainment Shortcuts in Head-Mounted Displays
Felix Lauber, Claudius Böttcher and Andreas Butz

Speech Tactons Improve Speech Warnings for Drivers
Ioannis Politis, Stephen Brewster and Frank Pollick

Session 2: Understanding and designing context-aware user interfaces

Session Chair: Andrew Kun, University of New Hampshire

Driver Link-up: Exploring User Requirements for a Driver-to-Driver Communication Device
Raphael Lamas, Gary Burnett, Sue Cobb and Catherine Harvey

Better Driving and Recall When In-car Information Presentation Uses Situationally-Aware Incremental Speech Output Generation
Casey Kennington, Spyros Kousidis, Timo Baumann, Hendrik Buschmeier, Stefan Kopp and David Schlangen

Subliminal Visual Information to Enhance Driver Awareness and Induce Behavior Change
Andreas Riener and Hannes Thaller

Session 3: Knowing the user for automotive user interfaces

Session Chair: John Krumm, Microsoft Research

User Authentication for Rotary Knob Controlled In-car Applications
Jan Gugenheimer, Florian Schaub, Gregory Neiswander, Eromi Guneratne and Michael Weber

Real-Time Driver Activity Recognition with Random Forests
Lijie Xu and Kikuo Fujimura

A Model of Anticipation in Driving: Processing Pre-event Cues for Upcoming Conflicts
Patrick Stahl, Birsen Donmez and Greg A. Jamieson

Towards Autonomous Cars: The Effect of Autonomy Levels on Acceptance and User Experience
Christina Rödel, Susanne Stadler, Alexander Meschtscherjakov and Manfred Tscheligi

Session 4: Measuring the user for automotive user interfaces

Session Chair: Paul Green, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

Measuring Inhibitory Control in Driver Distraction
Liberty Hoekstra-Atwood, Huei-Yen Winnie Chen, Wayne Chi Wei Giang and Birsen Donmez

A Pilot Study Measuring the Relative Legibility of Five Simplified Chinese Typefaces Using Psychophysical Methods
Jonathan Dobres, Nadine Chahine, Bryan Reimer, David Gould and Bruce Mehler

Mobility Tracking System for CO2 Footprint Determination
Maria Kugler, Sebastian Osswald, Christopher Frank and Markus Lienkamp

Session 5: Methods for design and evaluation

Session Chair: Pat Langdon, University of Cambridge

Critical Analysis on the NHTSA Acceptance Criteria for In-Vehicle Electronic Devices
Tuomo Kujala, Annegret Lasch and Jakke Mäkelä

The Periscope: An Experience Design Case Study
Sebastian Loehmann, Marc Landau, Moritz Körber, Patrick Proppe, Maximilian Hackenschmied and Doris Hausen

Balancing Privacy and Safety: Protecting Driver Identity in Naturalistic Driving Video Data
Sujitha Martin, Ashish Tawari and Mohan Trivedi

Session 6: Driver emotions and physiological state

Session Chair: Andreas Riener, University Linz

If You're Angry, Turn the Music on: Music Can Mitigate Anger Effects on Driving Performance
Seyedeh Maryam Fakhrhosseini, Steven Landry, Yin Yin Tan, Saru Bhattarai and Myounghoon Jeon

Heartbeat: Experience the Pulse of an Electric Vehicle
Sebastian Loehmann, Marc Landau, Moritz Koerber and Andreas Butz

Estimating Drivers' Stress from GPS Traces
Sudip Vhaduri, Amin Ali, Moushumi Sharmin, Karen Hovsepian and Santosh Kumar

Session 7: Learning from evaluations of existing systems and user interfaces

Session Chair: Ronald Schroeter, CARRS-Q, Queensland University of Technology

The Musical Road: Interacting with a Portable Music Player in the City and on the Highway
Andrew Kun, Duncan Brumby and Zeljko Medenica

Using a Parking Assist System Over Time: Insights on Acceptance and Experiences
Sandra Trösterer, Daniela Wurhofer, Christina Rödel and Manfred Tscheligi

Effects of an 'Expert Mode' Voice Command System on Task Performance, Glance Behavior & Driver Physiology
Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler, Jonathan Dobres, Hale Mcanulty, Alea Mehler, Daniel Munger and Adrian Rumpold

Posters

Session Chairs: Birsen Donmez, University of Toronto and Ying Wang, Beihang University

Information Management for Adaptive Automotive Human Machine Interfaces
Andreas Heigemeyr and Andreas Harrer

Affective Robot Influence on Driver Adherence to Safety, Cognitive Load Reduction and Sociability
Kenton Williams, José Acevedo Flores and Joshua Peters

Differentiated Driving Range: Exploring a Solution to the Problems with the "Guess-O-Meter" in Electric Cars
Anders Lundström

"Dad, Stop Crashing My Car!": Making Use of Probing to Inspire the Design of Future In-Car Interfaces
Magdalena Gärtner, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Bernhard Maurer, David Wilfinger and Manfred Tscheligi

A Simulation Study Examining Smartphone Destination Entry while Driving
Daniel Munger, Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer, Jonathan Dobres, Anthony Pettinato, Brahmi Pugh and Joseph F. Coughlin

Interactive Car Owner's Manual User Study
Tomáš Macek, Martin Labský, Jan Vystrčil, David Luksch, Tereza Kašparová, Ladislav Kunc and Jan Kleindienst

Interactive Displays in Vehicles: Improving Usability with a Pointing Gesture Tracker and Bayesian Intent Predictors
Bashar Ahmad, Patrick Langdon, Simon Godsill, Robert Hardy, Eduardo Dias and Lee Skrypchuk

Gesturing on the Steering Wheel: a User-elicited taxonomy
Leonardo Angelini, Francesco Carrino, Stefano Carrino, Maurizio Caon, Omar Abou Khaled, Jurgen Baumgartner, Andreas Sonderegger, Denis Lalanne and Elena Mugellin

AR and Gamification Concepts to Reduce Driver Boredom and Risk Taking Behaviours
Ronald Schroeter, Jim Oxtoby and Daniel Johnson

A First Approach to Understanding and Measuring Naturalness in Driver-Car Interaction
Simon Ramm, Joseph Giacomin, Alessio Malizia and Duncan Robertson

What Are You Talking About While Driving?: An Analysis of In-car Conversations Aimed at Conversation Sharing
Kohei Matsumura and Yasuyuki Sum

Comparing the User Experience of Touchscreen Technologies in an Automotive Application
Matthew Pitts, Alex Attridge and Mark Williams

Work in Progress, Demos, and Workshops (Adjunct Proceedings)

Workshops

Workshop Co-Chairs: Brett Pearce, Microsoft, Dalila Szostak, Google and Andrew L. Kun, University of New Hampshire

W1: Social, Natural, and Peripheral Interactions: Together and Separate

Organizers: Andreas Riener, Ignacio Alvarez, Bastian Pfleging, Andreas Löcken, Myhounghoon Jeon, Heiko Müller and Mario Chiesa

Social parking: basic elements and core concepts
Mario Chiesa, Riccardo Toppan, Alessandro Branciforti and Francesco Posca

Advanced Vehicle Sonification Applications
Myounghoon Jeon

A Driver-to-Driver Communication Device to Improve Drivers' Interaction
Raphael Lamas, Catherine Harvey, Gary Burnett and Sue Cobb

Does The First Officer Concur? Shared Control with Smart Vehicle Systems
David Miller and Wendy Ju

The Push vs Pull of Information between Autonomous Cars and Human Drivers
Brian Mok and Wendy Ju

Exploring Mixed Reality Window Concept for Car Passengers
Jonna Häkkilä, Ashley Colley and Juho Rantakari

Social Driving Services: Very Cool, But How To Guarantee Application On Broad-Scale?
Andreas Riener

Using Peripheral Cues to Support Task Resumption
Shadan Sadeghianborojeni, Andreas Löcken and Heiko Müller

"Liking" other Drivers' Behavior while Driving
Chao Wang, Jacques Terken and Jun Hu

W2: Cognitive load and In-Vehicle Human-Machine Interaction (CLW)

Organizers: Andrew L. Kun, Peter Froehlich, Bryan Reimer, Paul A. Green, Peter A. Heeman, W. Thomas Miller, Ivan Tashev, Shamsi Iqbal and Thomas M. Gable

The MIT AgeLab n-back: a multi-modal android application implementation
Bryan Reimer, Chuck Gulash, Bruce Mehler, James P. Foley, Stephen Arredondo and Alexander Waldmann

Cognitive Workload and Driver Glance Behavior
Joanne L. Harbluk

Using an OpenDS Driving Simulator for Car Following: A First Attempt
Paul A. Green, Te-Ping Kang and Heejin Jeong

Effect of cognitive load in autonomous vehicles on driver performance during transfer of control
Mishel Johns, Srinath Sibi and Wendy Ju

W3: Pointing towards future automotive HMIs: The potential for gesture

Organizers: Linda Angell and Yu Zhang

Applying Popular Usability Heuristics to Gesture Interaction in the Vehicle
Yu Zhang and Linda Angell

The Steering Wheel as a Touch Interface: Using Thumb-Based Gesture Interfaces as Control Inputs While Driving
Steffen Werner

W4: EVIS 2014 3rd Workshop on Electric Vehicle Information Systems

Organizers: Sebastian Osswald, Sebastian Loehmann, Anders Lundström, Ronald Schroeter, Andreas Butz and Markus Lienkamp

Energy Flow: A Multimodal 'Ready' Indication For Electric Vehicles
Marc Landau, Sebastian Loehmann and Moritz Koerber

Using Augmented Video to Test In-Car User Experiences of Context Analog HUDs
Alessandro Soro, Andry Rakotonirainy, Ronald Schroeter and Sabine Wollstädter

Having a Lead Foot? Exploring how to Visualize Energy Consumption and Driving in Electric Cars
Anders Lundström, Cristian Bogdan

Prototyping Automotive Cyber-Physical Systems
Sebastian Osswald, Stephan Matz and Markus Lienkamp

W5: Human Factors Design Principles for the Driver-Vehicle Interface (DVI)

Organizers: John L. Campbell, Christian M. Richard, L. Paige Bacon and Zachary R. Doerzaph

W6: Designing for People: Keeping the User in mind

Organizers: John Robert Wilson and Jenny Le

W7: 2nd Workshop on User Experience of Autonomous Driving at AutomotiveUI 2014

Organizers: Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Manfred Tscheligi, Dalila Szostak, Rabindra Ratan, Ioannis Politis, Roderick McCall and Sven Krome

Approaching A Design Space For Gameful Interactions In The Context Of Piloted Driving
Sven Krome, Jussi Holopainen and Steffen P. Walz

Who cares about trust, grade of traveling & quality of user experience in a world of autonomous cars?
Andreas Riener

Quantitative Measures of User Experience in Autonomous Driving Simulators
Hillary Page Ive, Wendy Ju and Kirstin Kohler

Dashboard Design for an Autonomous Car
Nikhil Gowda, Kirstin Kohler and Wendy Ju

W8: Wearable Technologies for Automotive User Interfaces: Danger or Opportunity?

Organizers: Maurizio Caon, Leonardo Angelini, Elena Mugellini, Michele Tagliabue, Paolo Perego and Giuseppe Andreoni

Work in Progress

Session Chairs: Sebastian Osswald, Technische Universität München and Jibo He, Wichita State University

Collective Data Sharing to Improve on Driving Efficiency and Safety
Andreas Riener and Johann Reder

Taxi Checker: A Mobile Application for Real-Time Taxi Fare Analysis
Sebastian Osswald, Carsten Brickwedde, Martin Schoell, Niklas Brueckel and Markus Lienkamp

'To See or Not to See?' How Do Eye Movements Change Within Immersive Driving Environments
Diana Reich and Rainer Stark

Evaluation of Driver Stress while Transiting Road Tunnels
Marcel Manseer and Andreas Riener

Integrating User Experience Validation into a New Engineering Development Process for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Maik Auricht, Rainer Stark and Claas Blume

PapAR: Paper Prototyping for Augmented Reality
Felix Lauber, Claudius Böttcher and Andreas Butz

NERVteh 4DOF motion car driving simulator
Matej Vengust, David Možina, Nika Pušenjak, Luka Zevnik, Jaka Sodnik, Boštjan Kaluža and Aleš Tavčar

An Automotive HMI Architecture Based on a Mobile Operating System
Sebastian Osswald and Markus Lienkamp

Shared Gaze in the Car: Towards a Better Driver-Passenger Collaboration
Bernhard Maurer, Sandra Trösterer, Magdalena Gärtner, Martin Wuchse, Axel Baumgartner, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, David Wilfinger and Manfred Tscheligi

Experience Maps: Experience-Enhanced Routes for Car Navigation
Bastian Pfleging, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Stefan Schneegass and Manfred Tscheligi

Clarity of View: An Evaluation Framework for 360-degree Awareness Systems in Heavy Vehicles
Dee Kivett, Fei He and David Smith

Eye Tracking in the Car: Challenges in a Dual-Task Scenario on a Test Track
Sandra Trösterer, David Wilfinger, Alexander Meschtscherjakov and Manfred Tscheligi

Dash Designer: A Multi-Modal Design Tool for Vehicle Interactivity
Andreas Kasprzok and J. David Smith

Relationship between Drivers' Self-Reported Health and Technology Perceptions Across the Lifespan
Chaiwoo Lee, Bruce Mehler, Alea C. Mehler, Joseph F. Coughlin, Bryan Reimer

A Multimodal Air Gesture Interface for In Vehicle Menu Navigation
Keenan May, Thomas Gable and Bruce Walker

Context-aware in-car advertising: the role of message composition and service type
Peter Froehlich and Jürgen Rehak

Interactive Demos

EyeVIUS: Intelligent Vehicles in Intelligent Urban Spaces
Mohammad Mehdi Moniri and Christian Müller