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Multimodal Driver Displays

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I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the EDC , working in autonomous vehicle interfaces (TASCC project, HI:DAVe part). I recently completed my PhD at the Multimodal Interaction group, University of Glasgow. In this talk, after giving a short overview of my current project, I will describe the topic of my PhD, some of the experiments I did, and communicate some interesting findings. I will argue that using multimodal displays in the car (using different senses to warn the driver, like sound, vibration and visuals) can have benefits. I will also discuss that this method should not be over-utilised, so as to avoid increasing driver workload and therefore driver distraction.

This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.

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