Project54 at AutomotiveUI 2010

On November 11 and 12, 2010 Carnegie Mellon University was the host of the AutomotiveUI 2010 conference. The conference explored issues related to the design and deployment of in-car user interfaces. Andrew Kun, Project54 principal investigator served as program co-chair.

The Project54 effort was represented at the conference by one oral presentation and two posters. Andrew gave a talk on conducting human subject experiments with the goal of designing in-car user interfaces. Oskar Palinko and Zeljko Medenica presented posters. Oskar discussed his work on evaluating the effects of cognitive load and lighting intensity on pupil diameter changes. Zeljko’s poster adressed his work on using personal navigation systems while driving. Also representing Project54 was Tom Miller, who served as session chair at the conference. For more details read Andrew’s blog post about the conference.

Below are two pictures from the conference – Oskar and Zeljko in action. For more pictures see Flickr.

Andrew Kun

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