The focus of this research work is on automotive interfaces and in-vehicle interaction. Out of the five human senses vision, audition, tactition, olfaction and gustation, the last two (smell and taste) provide only marginal contributions to Driver-Vehicle Interaction. Of the remaining three, the modalities vision and hearing are highly stressed in today's human-machine interfaces – the utilization of the sense of touch is relatively uncommon and originally emerged from communication systems for the visually or hearing impaired [4], such as “Braille” or “Tadoma” (see appendix E: “Alphabets Related to Touch”). Further potential can be seen in the class of physiological senses, for example in the vestibular sensory system (also known as balance).


Cognitive Load Modality Vision Advance Driver Assistance System High Cognitive Load Automotive Domain 
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  • Andreas Riener

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