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  • Georgia Tech Psychology Head Up Display Designer For MiniSim 

    Gable, Thomas M.; Walker, Bruce N.; Rajendra, Bhargav; He, Fang (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-08-27)
    As in-vehicle systems use head up displays (HUDs) more often, researchers need to be able to investigate the correct way of displaying information on these interfaces. In order to do this, researchers need easily modifiable ...
  • Georgia Tech Psychology STING Telemetry Data Module For MiniSim 

    Gable, Thomas M.; Walker, Bruce N.; Rajendra, Bhargav (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-08-27)
    As in-vehicle technologies become more integrated into the vehicle, researchers must have real-time vehicle data available to them to investigate new technologies. In driving simulation settings, it can often be difficult ...
  • Georgia Tech Simulator Sickness Screening Protocol 

    Gable, Thomas M.; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-10-21)
    As part of our ongoing driving research, the GT Sonification Lab has adapted and evolved a driving simulator sickness screening protocol that is quick, efficient, effective, and easy to administer. There is a paper-and-pencil ...
  • Georgia Tech Psychology MiniSim Driving Simulator Training Manual 

    Winton, Riley W.; Gable, Thomas M.; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-05-05)
    This training document seeks to train users in the operation of the MiniSim National Advanced Driving Simulator owned by the Georgia Tech Department of Psychology. The simulator is located in B72 of the J.S. Coon Psychology ...