Vision in Vehicles IIEdited by
- M.H. Freeman
- P. Smith
- A.G. Gale, University of Derby, UK
- S.P. Taylor
- C.M. Haslegrave, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
An integrated approach to the problems of vision and vehicle control is presented in this volume.Current work on all aspects of vision and its relationship to vehicle design is reported on, including the internal and external design of vehicles, visual displays, and the perceptual and cognitive capabilities of the controller of the vehicle. Environmental influences, the effects of alcohol, and visual standards are among the topics discussed. All types of vehicles (including ships and combat aircraft) are considered, though the majority of papers deal with automobiles and their drivers.
Published: June 1988
- Environmental Influences on Driving Speed. Drivers' Perception of Motion. Visual Impairment and Driving Performance. Visual Information and Vehicle Manoeuvres. Vision Testing and Accident Prevention. Lighting, Conspicuity and Night Vision. Attentional Demands of the External Environment. Traffic Signs and Information Transfer. In-Vehicle Attentional Demands and In-Vehicle Information Displays. Symposium: Visual Standards for Drivers. Posters. Steering Symposium. Indexes.