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Anand, S. (author), Terken, J. (author), Hogema, J.H. (author)
Steer-by-wire systems provide designers the ability to customize and personalize force feedback on the steering wheel, based on individual preferences. Earlier studies using subjective responses have shown that there are individual differences in preferences for force feedback. It has also been found that perceived comfort and control vary with...
conference paper 2013
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Anand, S. (author), Terken, J. (author), Hogema, J. (author)
In an earlier study it was found that drivers can adjust quickly to different force feedback levels on the steering wheel, even for such extreme levels as zero feedback. It was hypothesized that, due to lack of cognitive load, participants could easily and quickly learn how to deal with extreme force feedback settings by giving more effort. The...
conference paper 2013
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Hogema, J.H. (author), Wentink, M. (author), Bertollini, G.P. (author)
The use of large displacement yaw cueing is becoming more common as a part of the motion cueing in driving simulators. It is expected that driving behaviour, comfort and realism will be positively affected by adding a yaw table, especially during low-speed turning manoeuvres. We used TNO's advanced motion platform Desdemona to explore the...
conference paper 2012
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Anand, S. (author), Terken, J. (author), Hogema, J.H. (author)
Steer-by-wire systems provide drivers with the opportunity to personalize steering settings in vehicles. Studies conducted in the past have indicated that preferences for steering effort, one of the factors which affect steering feel, vary based on individual differences that include factors such as age, gender and driving style. These...
conference paper 2011
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Hoedemaeker, D.M. (author), Hogema, J.H. (author), Pauwelussen, J.J.A. (author), TNO Defensie en Veiligheid (author)
A simulator study was performed to establish the effects of motorway environment complexity on driver distraction and workload. In this study environment complexity refers to the visual complexity of static objects on or next to the road and in its vicinity (e.g. traffic signs, buildings, advertisements…). It does not include traffic density or...
conference paper 2010
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