Manuscript accepted to Human Factors
I am very happy to announce that one of my submitted manuscripts to Human Factors has been accepted! Toward a Better Understanding of In-Vehicle Auditory Warnings and Background Noise will appear in a future issue of Human Factors and is available now online at journals.sagepub.com and the accepted manuscript can be viewed for free on my ResearchGate.
Current Project (to be presented at HFES 2019)
I am currently designing a study which will assess different types of car interfaces. I can’t speak too much to the experiment, but the visual display will be complimented by an auditory display which alerts the driver of an incoming message, new play list, etc. Eventually, I will assess this interface while people are in a driving simulator. That is, they will have to be operating a virtual vehicle while interacting with this device. But, for now, let’s take it one step at a time 🙂 The code is written in MATLAB, using many of the auditory processing toolboxes.
See 2017 HFES paper here: HFES2017
See 2017 Chi paper here: CHI
See 2016 HFES paper here: HFES2016
See my 2015, first abstract publication, here: CONPublication
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