In this study, the development and evaluation of a hardware prototype of the vibro-tactile seat as introduced in experiment 4 on p. 148, with the aim to examine the ability or willingness of a driver to adapt to this user-centered interaction design, is planned. To verify the discussed questions, a real driving experiment should be conducted where the haptic feedback for specific operations, such as a “turn right” operation, will not be fixed to the right edge of the seat, but dynamically adjusted and, for instance, presented in the middle of the seat if a slim person is driving, sitting on the absolute left (as indicated in Figure 12.23, p. 159).


Future Prospect Haptic Feedback Multimodal Interface Biometric Feature Olfactory Sense 
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  • Andreas Riener

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