Georgia Tech Psychology Head Up Display Designer For MiniSim
Gable, Thomas M.
Walker, Bruce N.
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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 head up display interfaces to test against each other, something most easily done digitally in a simulated environment. In an effort to allow for this we have developed a HUD designer that allows data to put input to the system and then used to display any created HUD onto either MiniSim visuals directly or a secondary HUD display. This document was written as a guide for those who are interested in using the Georgia Tech HUD Designer software to inform them of what it requires, inform users of what the system is doing, and then linking them to the software to use to make the connections discussed. Please refer to the included software license. If you use the system for studies please simply cite this tech report.