Adaptive Human Vehicle Interface: different types of interaction in a virtual environment
Maider Larburu, Adrian Martin, Domingo José Rodriguez, & Arkaitz Urquiza
Tecnalia – Robotiker
Extra to paper in D. de Waard, A. Axelsson, M. Berglund, B. Peters, and C. Weikert (Eds.), (2010). Human Factors: A system view of human, technology and organisation (pp. 89 – 98). Maastricht, the Netherlands: Shaker Publishing.
Figure 1. The MARTA platform and the haptic throttle pedal.
Figure 3. Scenario scheme
Figure 4. Instrument cluster appearance and ADAS synoptic visual warning (out of lane, pedestrian crossing, crossing traffic).
Figure 5. Different warnings for Fuel Consumption Warning synoptic. Left hand picture was shown if the system is not connected, second one if the driver was driving very uneconomic, et cetera ).