3 edition of 3-D audio versus head down TCAS displays found in the catalog.
3-D audio versus head down TCAS displays
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Three D audio versus head down TCAS displays., Three dimensional audio versus head down TCAS displays.|
|Statement||Durand R. Begault and Marc T. Pittman.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 177636., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-177636.|
|Contributions||Pittman, Marc T., Ames Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
D. R. Begault, & M. T. Pittman () Three-Dimensional Audio Versus Head-Down Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System Displays, International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 6(1), D. R. Begault () Virtual acoustics, aeronautics and communications, Audio . An optimal approach to auditory display design for commercial aircraft would utilize both spatialized (3-D) audio techniques and active noise cancellation for safer operations. Results from several aircraft simulator studies conducted at NASA Ames Research Center are reviewed, including Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS.
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3-D Audio Versus Head Down TCAS Displays Durand R. Begault and Marc T. Pittman SUMMARY The advantage of a head up auditory display was evaluated in an experiment designed to measure and compare the acquisition time for capturing visual targets under two conditions: Standard head down.
A similar study by Begault and Pittman () compared target acquisition time between a headdown visual display (standard TCAS) and a head-up audio display (3-D TCAS).
3-D sound was used for. Get this from a library. 3-D audio versus head down TCAS displays. [Durand R Begault; Marc T Pittman; Ames Research Center.]. The advantage of a head-up auditory display for situational awareness was evaluated in an experiment designed to measure and compare the acquisition time for capturing visual targets under two conditions: standard headdown Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) display and three-dimensional (3-D) audio TCAS presentation.
(The technology used for 3-D audio Cited by: 3-D Audio Versus Head Down TCAS Displays Durand R. Begault and Marc T. Pittman San Jose State University Foundation One Washington Square san Jose, CA Prepared for Ames Research.
Abstract. The advantage of a head up auditory display was evaluated in an experiment designed to measure and compare the acquisition time for capturing visual targets under two conditions: Standard head down traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS) display, and three-dimensional (3-D) audio TCAS Author: Marc T.
Pittman and Durand R. Begault. The advantage of a head-up auditory display for situational awareness was evaluated in an experiment designed to measure and compare the acquisition time for capturing visual targets under two conditions: standard head-down Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System display and three-dimensional (3-D) audio Cited by: Effectiveness of 3–D Audio for Warnings in the Cockpit.
in the TCAS task with 3–D audio was independent without referring to head down displays will allow pilots to direct more of. Abstract. Virtual Auditory Space technology is being applied to a broad range of applications in a wide variety of fields.
The flexibility and fine degree of stimulus control enabled by VAS techniques makes Cited by: “Virtual acoustic displays for teleconferencing: Intelligibility advantage for telephone grade audio,” 95th Convention of the Audio Engineering Society, 25–28 FebruaryParis, France.
Google Scholar; 5. Begault, D., and Pittman, M. “3-D audio versus head down TCAS displays Cited by: Error-Neglecting Control with Perspective Flightpath Displays Mr.
Enik Theunissen, Delft University of Technology M. Mulder Collision Avoidance 3-D Audio Vs. Head-Down TCAS Displays Dr. Durand Begault, NASA Ames Research Center M. Pittman Assessment of TCAS. The display would be viewable in 3-D from all head positions (Hopper, ).
Current conceptions for the super cockpit, however, are to use helmet-mounted displays in order to create a complete. Previous studies at Ames reveal that, compared to a head-down map display ( sec advantage) or no display at all ( sec advantage), 3-D audio used in Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) advisories significantly reduce head-down time Unlike TCAS.
The standard TCAS group used an audio—visual system approximating the standard TCAS system currently implemented in U.S. commercial air carriers. This consisted of an audio TA presented via an overhead speaker and a standard TCAS head-down map display. The 3-D TCAS. In a second experiment, two conditions were compared for target acquisition time: a standard head-down TCAS display versus a 3-D audio TCAS display.
Results showed a significant difference in target acquisition time between the two conditions, favoring the 3-D audio TCAS. In-flight navigation using head-coupled and aircraft-coupled spatial audio cues.
In: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, pp. – () Cited by: 2. Introduction.
Compared to traditional head-down displays (HDDs), automotive head-up displays (HUDs) reduce the driver's eye-off-the-road time (EoRT) (Gish et al., ; Horrey and Wickens, Cited by: 1. The Human Systems Integrations Division's Advanced Controls and Displays Group supports NASA-mandated goals for Exploration and Aeronautics by identifying critical design issues for safe and effective 3-D Audio Versus Head Down TCAS Displays.
Begault, D. R, & Pittman, M. 3-D Sound and Auralization. Begault, D. 3-D. Monotic Audio No Map Display head-up 3-D audio display 5 4 3 2 1 0 head-down map display Mean target acquisition times ( vs. s) and standard deviations for second TCAS 3-D audio cues were not exaggerated, and there were three categories of elevation cues.
Mean target acquisition times ( vs. of a total of ten crews using a head-down visual map display with standard TCAS symbology and overhead speaker annunciation, and five crews using 3-D audio TCAS presentation with no map display. Results showed a significant differencein target acquisition time between the two conditions, favoring the 3-D audio TCAS.
Shows a front-facing view with no instrument panel, only a head-up display (HUD) Forward with nothing: Ctrl+’w’ Shows a front-facing view unencumbered by an instrument panel or any other display: 3-D cockpit, using keyboard shortcuts to look around: Shift+9 (i.e., ‘(’) Displays the in-cockpit view of the 3-D Missing: TCAS.In the second TCAS experiment, five crews used a head-down visual map display with standard TCAS symbology, and five crews used 3-D audio TCAS presentation with no map display.
Results showed a significant difference in target acquisition time between the two conditions, favoring the 3-D audio TCAS condition by ms ( versus .“Stephen King’s superb new stay-up-all-night thriller is a sly tale of literary obsession that recalls the themes of his classic novel Misery” (The Washington Post)—the #1 New York Times bestseller Missing: TCAS.