Proceedings

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AutomotiveUI ’17 Proceedings

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SESSION: Comparing Input Modalities

Visual Distraction Effects of In-Car Text Entry Methods: Comparing Keyboard, Handwriting and Voice Recognition

  • Tuomo Kujala
  • Hilkka Grahn

An Evaluation of Touch and Pressure-Based Scrolling and Haptic Feedback for In-Car Touchscreens

  • Alexander Ng
  • Stephen Brewster

In-Vehicle Touchscreen Interaction: Can a Head-Down Display Give a Heads-Up on Obstacles on the Road?

  • Katia Buchhop
  • Laura Edel
  • Sabrin Kenaan
  • Ulrike Raab
  • Patricia Böhm
  • Daniel Isemann

Putting the Joy in Driving: Investigating the Use of a Joystick as an Alternative to Traditional Controls within Future Autonomous Vehicles

  • David R. Large
  • Victoria Banks
  • Gary Burnett
  • Neofytos Margaritis

SESSION: Pedestrians: Communication and Alerts

Did You See Me?: Assessing Perceptual vs. Real Driving Gains Across Multi-Modal Pedestrian Alert Systems

  • Coleman Merenda
  • Hyungil Kim
  • Joseph L. Gabbard
  • Samantha Leong
  • David R. Large
  • Gary Burnett

Gap Acceptance and Time-To-Arrival Estimates as Basis for Informal Communication between Pedestrians and Vehicles

  • Matthias Beggiato
  • Claudia Witzlack
  • Josef F. Krems

First Step into Visceral Interaction with Autonomous Vehicles

  • Raphael Zimmermann
  • Reto Wettach

Eyes on a Car: an Interface Design for Communication between an Autonomous Car and a Pedestrian

  • Chia-Ming Chang
  • Koki Toda
  • Daisuke Sakamoto
  • Takeo Igarashi

SESSION: Gestures

Designing an In-Vehicle Air Gesture Set Using Elicitation Methods

  • Keenan R. May
  • Thomas M. Gable
  • Bruce N. Walker

Novel Multimodal Feedback Techniques for In-Car Mid-Air Gesture Interaction

  • Gözel Shakeri
  • John H. 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

SESSION: 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 L. 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

SESSION: 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
  • Adrian Hazzard
  • Elizabeth Crundall
  • 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 G. 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

SESSION: 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 E. Noah
  • Thomas M. Gable
  • Shao-Yu Chen
  • Shruti Singh
  • Bruce N. Walker

Control Transition Interfaces in Semiautonomous Vehicles: A Categorization Framework and Literature Analysis

  • Alexander G. Mirnig
  • Magdalena Gärtner
  • Arno Laminger
  • Alexander Meschtscherjakov
  • Sandra Trösterer
  • Manfred Tscheligi
  • Rod McCall
  • Fintan McGee

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

SESSION: AV-Driver Interaction Paradigms: What is the Role of the Human?

What’s in a Name: Vehicle Technology Branding & Consumer Expectations for Automation

  • Hillary Abraham
  • Bobbie Seppelt
  • Bruce Mehler
  • Bryan Reimer

Driving Hotzenplotz: A Hybrid Interface for Vehicle Control Aiming to Maximize Pleasure in Highway Driving

  • Anna-Katharina Frison
  • Philipp Wintersberger
  • Andreas Riener
  • Clemens Schartmüller

Beyond Liability: Legal Issues of Human-Machine Interaction for Automated Vehicles

  • Michael Inners
  • Andrew L. Kun

The Importance of Interruption Management for Usefulness and Acceptance of Automated Driving

  • Frederik Naujoks
  • Katharina Wiedemann
  • Nadja Schömig

Investigating Remote Driving over the LTE Network

  • Ruilin Liu
  • Daehan Kwak
  • Srinivas Devarakonda
  • Kostas Bekris
  • Liviu Iftode

SESSION: Peripheral Light Displays

Individual LED Visualization Calibration to Increase Spatial Accuracy: Findings from a Static Driving Simulator Setup

  • Sandra Trösterer
  • Christine Döttlinger
  • Magdalena Gärtner
  • Alexander Meschtscherjakov
  • Manfred Tscheligi

Guiding Driver Visual Attention with LEDs

  • Gerald J. Schmidt
  • Lena Rittger

Situation Awareness in Automated Vehicles through Proximal Peripheral Light Signals

  • Tom van Veen
  • Juffrizal Karjanto
  • Jacques Terken

Ambient Light and its Influence on Driving Experience

  • Hanneke Hooft van Huysduynen
  • Jacques Terken
  • Alexander Meschtscherjakov
  • Berry Eggen
  • Manfred Tscheligi