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Attitude control refers to controlling the pitch and roll of a mobile robot. As environments grow more complex and cues to a robot's pose sparser it becomes easy for a teleoperator to lose situational awareness. Information from separated attitude displays may be difficult to integrate with an ongoing navigation task and lead to errors. In this paper we report an experiment comparing a gravity referenced display (GRV) with a standard fixed camera with separated attitude indication. Results showdoi:10.1109/icsmc.2003.1244598 dblp:conf/smc/LewisWHL03 fatcat:mfy2er2j2zgkzbl2rngiwvaqxe