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Author Jing-Yuan Chang
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Department Industrial Design
Year 2011 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 99
Title A Study on Drivers' Performance and Acceptance of Real-Time Information on Rear-View Mirrors
Keyword
  • driving stimulator
  • ratio of driving achievement
  • rear-view mirror
  • instant information
  • instant information
  • rear-view mirror
  • ratio of driving achievement
  • driving stimulator
  • Abstract This research firstly investigates if drivers have different inquiries when using the instant information displayed by the rear-view mirror, and proceeds experiments and statistic analysis on the most desired instant information of drivers. With the above to propose practical references for related designing units to develop useful devices in the future. It is shown that the general drivers hope that a rear-view mirror can supply them with simple instant information. The primary inquiries are speed alert, travelling distance alert, call alert, and an electronic compass. During the process of the experiment, it takes advantages of vision and hearing stimulus of the driver to receive related information, proceeds the experiment with the assistance of the driving simulator designed by our laboratory, and then calculates and analyzes the results of the experiments after the completions of the experiments. According to the data shown in the experiment, when there are more task dispositions, there will be more disturbances among one another, which will lower down the executive efficiency of the allocation of tasks. Therefore, it had better adopt different ways to display when having allocation of multiple task experiments. When visionary and hearing tasks take place at the same time, a person will not be able to react aptly because of more pressures, and thus have insufficient attention; therefore, there should be less unnecessary signals in rear-view mirrors. Also, it can be observed from the survey after the experiment that the hearing stimulus, the examinees prefer will be hints made up of glitter and alert sounds. When there are glitters going with alert sounds, there will be a better efficiency. However, the efficiency goes down when there’s only glitters. The results completed in this research can not only offer materials for future rear-view mirrors to integrate different information, but also can offer drivers rich information in different situations as well as can be applied to serve as a referential basis when evaluating the using effect of drivers.
    Advisor Committee
  • Chih-Fu Wu - advisor
  • Cheng-Hung Huang - co-chair
  • Chien-Hsiung Chen - co-chair
  • Files indicate in-campus access immediately and off-campus access at one year
    Date of Defense 2012-07-31 Date of Submission 2012-09-03


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