iPod distraction : effects of portable music-player use on driver performance.
20080775 ST [electronic version only]
Salvucci, D.D. Markley, D. Zuber, M. & Brumby, D.P.
In: Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems HFCS, 28 April - 3 May 2007, San Jose, California, USA, p. 243-250, 24 ref.
|Samenvatting||Portable music players such as Apple’s iPod have become ubiquitous in many environments, but one environment in particular has elicited new safety concerns and challenges – in-vehicle use while driving. The authors present the first study of portable music-player interaction while driving, examining the effects of iPod interaction by drivers navigating a typical roadway in a driving simulator. Results showed that selecting media on the iPod had a significant effect on driver performance as measured by lateral deviation from lane center; the effect was comparable to previously reported effects of dialing a cellular phone. In addition, selecting media and watching videos had a significant effect on carfollowing speed, resulting in speed reductions that presumably compensated for impaired lateral performance. Given that iPod interaction has become increasingly common while driving, these results serve as a first step toward understanding the potential effects of portable musicplayer interaction on driver behavior and performance. (Author/publisher)|
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