Program: Tuesday

Tue 09:00 – Session 3 – Gestures

Designing an In-Vehicle Air Gesture Set Using Elicitation Methods
Keenan May, Thomas Gable, Bruce Walker

Novel Multimodal Feedback Techniques for In-Car Mid-Air Gesture Interaction
Gözel Shakeri, John Williamson, Stephen Brewster

The Effects of Situational Demands on Gaze, Speech and Gesture Input in the Vehicle
Florian Roider, Sonja Rümelin, Bastian Pfleging, Tom Gross

Clicks are in the Air: How to Support the Interaction with Floating Objects through Ultrasonic Feedback
Sonja Rümelin, Thomas Gabler, Jesper Bellenbaum

Pedestrian Interaction with Vehicles: Roles of Explicit and Implicit Communication
Debargha Dey, Jacques Terken

Tue 11:00 – Session 4 – Driver Information Processing

Differentiating Cognitive Load Using a Modified Version of AttenD
Bobbie Seppelt, Sean Seaman, Linda Angell, Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer

Using EEG to Understand why Behavior to Auditory In-vehicle Notifications Differs Across Test Environments
Lewis Chuang, Christiane Glatz, Stas Krupenia

Learning-by-Doing: Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy\\to Detect Habituation and Adaptation in Automated Driving
Stephanie Balters, Srinath Sibi, Mishel Johns, Martin Steinert, Wendy Ju

Visual Attention During Simulated Autonomous Driving in the US and Japan
Yumiko Shinohara, Rebecca Currano, Wendy Ju, Yukiko Nishizaki

Tue 12:20 – Lunch Talk

Prof. Dr. Andrew Kun
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Hampshire, and director of the UNH Human-Computer Interaction Lab.

In-vehicle interfaces: From manual driving to automation
Today’s vehicles have myriad user interfaces, from those related to the moment-to-moment control of the vehicle, to those that allow the consumption of information and entertainment. The bulk of the work in this domain in the recent past and the present is related to manual driving. In exploring user interfaces for manual driving a key issue has been assessing the effects of the interfaces on driving safety. Very frequently this is done in the context of an application, such as navigation, entertainment, or communication. With the recent advances in automated vehicles, there is an increased attention on user interactions as they relate to creating a place for work and play during a trip. Given that it is unlikely that most vehicles will be fully automated in the near future, there are also significant efforts to understand how to help the driver switch between different modes of automation. This talk will provide a brief review of these areas of research, and it will provide recommendations for future work.

Bio: Andrew L. Kun is Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Hampshire, and director of the UNH Human-Computer Interaction Lab. His primary research interest is in-vehicle human-computer interaction. He serves on the Steering Committee of the ACM AutomotiveUI conference series, and was General Chair of the conference in 2012. He is a member of the IEEE and ACM.

Tue 14:00 – Session 5 – Fresh Approaches

What Did I Sniff? Mapping Scents Onto Driving-Related Messages
Dmitrijs Dmitrenko, Emanuela Maggioni, Chi Thanh Vi, Marianna Obrist

Altering Speed Perception through the Subliminal Adaptation of Music within a Vehicle
Gary Burnett, Elizabeth Crundall, Adrian Hazzard, David Crundall

What We Can Learn from Pilots for Handovers and (De)Skilling in Semi-Autonomous Driving: An Interview Study
Sandra Trösterer, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Alexander Mirnig, Artur Lupp, Magdalena Gärtner, Fintan McGee, Rod McCall, Manfred Tscheligi, Thomas Engel

Collaborative Experience Prototyping of Automotive Interior in VR with 3D Sketching and Haptic Helpers
Sang-Gyun An, Yongkwan Kim, Joon Hyub Lee, Seok-Hyung Bae

Tue 17:00 – Session 6 – Automated Driving: Output and Take-Over

Benefits of Personalization in the Context of a Speech-Based Left-Turn Assistant
Dennis Orth, Nadja Schömig, Christian Mark, Monika Jagiellowicz-Kaufmann, Dorothea Kolossa, Martin Heckmann

Development and Preliminary Evaluation of Reliability Displays for Automated Lane Keeping
Brittany Noah, Thomas Gable, Shao-Yu Chen, Shruti Singh, Bruce Walker

Control Transition Interfaces in Semiautonomous Vehicles: A Categorization Framework and Literature Analysis
Alexander G. Mirnig, Magdalena Gärtner, Arno Laminger, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Sandra Trösterer, Rod McCall, Fintan McGee, Manfred Tscheligi

Comparing Shape-Changing and Vibro-Tactile Steering Wheels for Take-Over Requests in Highly Automated Driving
Shadan Sadeghian Borojeni, Torben Wallbaum, Wilko Heuten, Susanne Boll