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Influence of Vehicle Speed on the Characteristics of Driver's Eye Movement at a Highway Tunnel Entrance during Day and Night Conditions: A Pilot Study

Li Qin, Li-Li Dong, Wen-Hai Xu, Li-Dong Zhang, Arturo Leon
2018 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Also, the average number of fixations in daytime decreased when entering the tunnel and has a significant negative correlation with vehicle speed.  ...  The aim of this study was to investigate how vehicle speed influences the characteristics of driver's eye movement at highway tunnel entrances during day and night.  ...  Author Contributions: Li Qin analyzed the data, and led the writing; Lili Dong and Wenhai Xu designed the experimental scheme and supervised the whole process and helped with statistical analysis.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph15040656 pmid:29614793 pmcid:PMC5923698 fatcat:cisai5ibs5cpveur6vanecvaui

The Characteristics of Elderly Drivers' Driving Behavior on Intersection Using Graphic Driving Simulator

Bo-Seong Kim, Young-Chang Yi, Hyun-Woo Kim, Dong-Hoon Lim, Mi-Seon Bak, Doo-Hwan Ji, Seung-Hee Hong, Jin-Kyu Kang, Byung-Chan Min, Yoon-Ki Min
2010 Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea  
To do that, the driving behavior of both young adult drivers and elderly drivers were compared and analyzed, using a graphic driving simulator.  ...  As a result, compared with young adult drivers, elderly drivers showed a poor driving performance, and a high ratio of visual scanning time on the specific direction regardless of driving situation.  ...  Along with this, in eye movements, a ratio of visual scanning time of forward direction increased when young adult drivers turned right, while elderly drivers showed an increase in a ratio of visual scanning  ... 
doi:10.5143/jesk.2010.29.4.611 fatcat:eqfekeducvdzlpg27j352y6vhq

Three- or Four-Section Displays for Permissive Left Turns?

David S. Hurwitz, Christopher M. Monsere, Patrick Marnell, Kirk Paulsen
2014 Transportation Research Record  
Driver performance was measured by 1) average total eye-glance durations at specific areas of interest and 2) the position of the pedestrian in the crosswalk when the driver initiated the left turn.  ...  This paper summarizes the comparison of driver performance with respect to three-and four-section FYA signal configurations gathered in a high-fidelity, motion-based driving simulator with mobile eye-tracking  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This project was funded by the Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium (OTREC) with matching funds from Washington County, OR, Oregon State University and Portland State  ... 
doi:10.3141/2463-01 fatcat:6omotgmhr5fl7cv5gqyuaewsoq

Development of a Driving Simulator with Analyzing Driver's Characteristics Based on a Virtual Reality Head Mounted Display

Seyyed Meisam Taheri, Kojiro Matsushita, Minoru Sasaki
2017 Journal of Transportation Technologies  
We have gathered diverse results for 10 drivers with different characteristics to be discussed in this study.  ...  Matlab R2016b was used to analyze the data obtained from experiment. This research results are crucial for training drivers and obtaining insight on a driver's behavior and characteristics.  ...  We will gather the data of the driver and analyze and compare two different eye tracking technologies results as well as compare and analyze the driver behavior.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jtts.2017.73023 fatcat:ehvddgjxgnagplahy6i4yb2uze

The System for Driver Fatigue Monitoring Using Decision Tree via Wireless Sensor Network for Intelligent Transport System

Worawut Yimyam, Mahasak Ketcham
2018 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
Researchers propose new algorithm to monitor fatigue of driver by tracking the movements of the eyes.  ...  This can classify the opening and closing eyes by using Haar-Like Features and Region of Interest techniques. The fatique can be classified by decision tree classification.  ...  After eye movement was detected, an image was shown on a monitor of the program as cartoon or different positions. The system compared eye movement with position on a monitor where eyes stared on.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v14i10.7507 fatcat:ua5cl4c4lrftxnu2vci2dfa6da

Effects of Highway Landscapes on Drivers' Eye Movement Behavior and Emergency Reaction Time: A Driving Simulator Study

Fengxiang Guo, Mingyuan Li, Yao Chen, Jian Xiong, Jaeyoung Lee
2019 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
This study aims at investigating the effects of highway landscapes and alignments on drivers' eye movement behavior and emergency reaction time, based on a driving simulator experiment.  ...  Three different data analysis methods were employed: (1) descriptive analysis of the characteristics of drivers' visual fixation area; (2) statistical tests of emergency reaction time with drivers' demographic  ...  The experiments were carried out at the Road Traffic Driving Simulation Laboratory at the Kunming University of Science and Technology.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/9897831 fatcat:73uhizzqdrdqzl63oinjm67xq4

Analysis of Drivers' Eye Movements on Roundabouts: A Driving Simulator Study

Amin Azimian, Carlos Alberto Catalina Ortega, Juan Maria Espinosa, Miguel Ángel Mariscal, Susana García-Herrero
2021 Sustainability  
In this study, we used a driving simulator and an eye tracker to investigate drivers' eye movements under cell phone-induced distraction.  ...  A total of 45 drivers participated in two experiments conducted under distracted and non-distracted conditions.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137463 fatcat:4cwnhdywz5gshp5voxcrpdbwsq

Towards a vision-based system exploring 3D driver posture dynamics for driver assistance: Issues and possibilities

Cuong Tran, Mohan M. Trivedi
2010 2010 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium  
Some initial results in our experiment following these guidelines show the feasibility and promise of extracting and using 3D driver posture dynamics for driver assistance.  ...  In this paper, we discuss issues and possibilities in developing a vision-based, markerless system to systematically explore the role of 3D driver posture dynamics for driver assistance.  ...  Anup Doshi who played a main role in setting up the LISA-S simulation environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ivs.2010.5547957 dblp:conf/ivs/TranT10 fatcat:wr6eebc43ranxjfldlxiifdism

Evaluation effects of two types of freeway deceleration markings in China

Yanqun Yang, Said M. Easa, Xinyi Zheng, Aixiu Hu, Fashui Liu, Meifeng Chen, Xuecai Xu
2019 PLoS ONE  
Sixty drivers carried out the simulation experiments with eye tracker equipment.  ...  The adequacy of deceleration markings was analyzed with respect to speed, perceived distance, pupil diameter, and geometric parameters.  ...  Using a design of driving simulator and a technique of eye-tractor, the researchers analyzed the degree of reduction driving speed, driving behavior (brake depth) and eye-movement parameters (pupils and  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0220811 pmid:31408464 pmcid:PMC6692039 fatcat:g3fmfupi5rdrfhz3gj7erjyche

Analysis of Drivers' Eye-Movement Characteristics When Driving around Curves

Yuan-yuan Ren, Xian-sheng Li, Xue-lian Zheng, Zhe Li, Qi-chao Zhao
2015 Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society  
On-road experiment was carried out, and drivers' eye-movement and vehicle driving parameters were registered when driving around left- and right-hand curves.  ...  With the consideration of the traffic rules in China, we suggest here that there is no particular point on which drivers concentrate.  ...  Acknowledgments This research is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant nos. 51208225 and 51375200). The authors wish to thank KingFar International Inc.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/462792 fatcat:f3ng3t55b5g2pbjbojt24u6mra

The Static and Dynamic Analyses of Drivers' Gaze Movement Using VR Driving Simulator

Jiyong Chung, Hyeokmin Lee, Hosang Moon, Eunghyuk Lee
2022 Applied Sciences  
Novice drivers with lack of driving experience may be involved in a car accident as they misjudge the information obtained by insufficient visual search with a narrower field of vision than experienced  ...  In this regard, the current study compared and identified the gap between novice and experienced drivers in regard to the information they obtained in a visual search of gaze movement and visual attention  ...  Figure 7a depicts a screen which shows a driver turning around a corner after making a left turn, and the area and size (pixel) of AOI.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12052362 fatcat:vx7x3wdmjfbazanfddicj42c2a

Development of a Powered Wheelchair Driving Simulator for Research and Development Use

Takuma ITO, Motoki SHINO, Takenobu INOUE, Minoru KAMATA
2009 Journal of Mechanical Systems for Transportation and Logistics  
While making a right turn at a corner of a corridor, the movement of the driver's gazing point was measured.  ...  The characteristics of these motion cues were analyzed to design the motion system. From the experiment results, a driving simulator of a powered wheelchair was developed.  ...  In powered wheelchair driving, right turns and left turns are thought to be equivalent. So, the horizontal eye movement was measured while making a right turn at the corner.  ... 
doi:10.1299/jmtl.2.90 fatcat:zj76lmsz7jbdzkushjifvgca24

Right-Hook Crash Scenario: Effects of Environmental Factors on Driver's Visual Attention and Crash Risk

Mafruhatul Jannat, Hagai Tapiro, Chris Monsere, David S. Hurwitz
2020 Journal of Transportation Engineering Part A Systems  
This study examined the driver's visual attention in a right-turning scenario at 18 signalized intersections with bicycle lanes but no exclusive right-turning lanes while interacting 19 with a bicyclist  ...  Fifty-one participants in 21 20 simulated road scenarios performed a right-turning maneuver at a signalized intersection while 21 conflicting with traffic, pedestrians and bicyclists.  ...  The participant's eye movement data was 135 analyzed with ASL Results Plus software.  ... 
doi:10.1061/jtepbs.0000342 fatcat:y3dyapd4arctde6veldcuqo2ui

Real-Time Safety Automobile Driver System

Azmi Shawkat, Samir Abdulrasoul
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The system analyze the variation of driver's eyes movement rate. According that parameters , the system can specify the level of driver's fatigue based on the response signals and alert driver.  ...  This proposed prototype is monitor the driver's fatigue level and analyze fatigue reason's (tiredness, drowse or a drunken ) and real-time DFD online.  ...  The system was tested in a simulating environment with subjects of different ethnic backgrounds, different genders, ages, with/without glasses, and under different illumination conditions, and it was found  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2015906803 fatcat:ovfbqzinwrfm5fnjgh25iwk5c4

Driver Gaze Behavior Is Different in Normal Curve Driving and when Looking at the Tangent Point

Teemu Itkonen, Jami Pekkanen, Otto Lappi, Maurice Ptito
2015 PLoS ONE  
The design of the experiment is similar to a previous study by Kandil et al., but uses more sophisticated methods of eye-movement analysis.  ...  We find that the eye-movement patterns in the "normal" condition are indeed markedly different from the "tp" condition, and consistent with drivers looking at waypoints on the future path.  ...  OKN/pursuit is observed particularly in the cornering and exit phases of a curve, and it is possible that different vision-action coupling may be at play when a driver judges the bend and initiated turn-in  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0135505 pmid:26287914 pmcid:PMC4546002 fatcat:gizqb3yuhfbufnzmhrabozp3ci
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