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stratmann2019psychological


Lukas Stratmann, Dominik S. Buse, Julian Heinovski, Florian Klingler, Christoph Sommer, Jan Tünnermann, Ingrid Scharlau and Falko Dressler, "Psychological Feasibility of a Virtual Cycling Environment for Human-in-the-Loop Experiments," Proceedings of Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik (INFORMATIK 2019), 1st Workshop on ICT based Collision Avoidance for VRUs (ICT4VRU 2019), vol. LNI P-295, Kassel, Germany, September 2019, pp. 185–194.

Abstract

Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs) are moving into the focus of road safety solutions, be it Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) deployed in cars or enhanced guidance systems in smart cities. We concentrate on bicyclists and study means for assessing the impact of such safety solutions on the bicyclists’ behavior. We just recently developed the Virtual Cycling Environment (VCE), which allows a bicyclist to ride in a virtual reality environment while sitting on a real bike connected with a simulated environment. In this paper, we present a method for measuring the cyclists’ visual attention. This is a fundamental requirement for advanced studies of VRU safety systems including their performance as well as acceptance. In a small empirical study, we assess the feasibility of our approach for conducting psychological experiments in a human-in-the-loop setup.

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Lukas Stratmann
Dominik S. Buse
Julian Heinovski
Florian Klingler
Christoph Sommer
Jan Tünnermann
Ingrid Scharlau
Falko Dressler

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@inproceedings{stratmann2019psychological,
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Stratmann, Lukas and Buse, Dominik S. and Heinovski, Julian and Klingler, Florian and Sommer, Christoph and T{\"{u}}nnermann, Jan and Scharlau, Ingrid and Dressler, Falko},
    booktitle = {Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Informatik (INFORMATIK 2019), 1st Workshop on ICT based Collision Avoidance for VRUs (ICT4VRU 2019)},
    doi = {10.18420/inf2019_ws21},
    editor = {Draude, Claude and Lange, Martin and Sick, Bernhard},
    isbn = {978-3-88579-689-3},
    issn = {1617-5468},
    month = {9},
    pages = {185--194},
    publisher = {GI},
    title = {{Psychological Feasibility of a Virtual Cycling Environment for Human-in-the-Loop Experiments}},
    volume = {LNI P-295},
    year = {2019},
   }
   
   

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