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Compass Visualizations for Human-Robotic Interaction Curtis M. Humphrey Julie A. Adams
 

Summary: Compass Visualizations for Human-Robotic Interaction
Curtis M. Humphrey Julie A. Adams
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee USA 37235
1.615.322.8481
(curtis.m.humphrey, julie.a.adams)@vanderbilt.edu
ABSTRACT
Compasses have been used for centuries to express directions and
are commonplace in many user interfaces; however, there has not
been work in human-robotic interaction (HRI) to ascertain how
different compass visualizations affect the interaction. This paper
presents a HRI evaluation comparing two representative compass
visualizations: top-down and in-world world-aligned. The
compass visualizations were evaluated to ascertain which one
provides better metric judgment accuracy, lowers workload,
provides better situational awareness, is perceived as easier to use,
and is preferred. Twenty-four participants completed a within-
subject repeated measures experiment. The results agreed with the
existing principles relating to 2D and 3D views, or projections of

  

Source: Adams, Julie A. - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vanderbilt University

 

Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences