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Display of Short Text Messages on Automotive HUDs: Effects of Driving Workload and Message Location. - Technical rept. Sep 99-Apr 00.
Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Transportation Research Inst.

ProductType: Technical report
NTIS Order Number: PB2001-102212

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Date: Oct 2000
Author: O. Tsimhoni H. Watanabe P. Green D. Friedman

This report describes the second in a series of studies to identify best locations for presenting various types of information on a simulated head-up display (HUD). In the current study 16 participants drove a simulator on roads with curves of several dif ...

Report Number: UMTRI-2000-13
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NTIS announcement issue: 0107

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