Design of Human-Map System Interaction.
Paper in proceedings, 2008

In this work-in-progress we present some ideas and findings involving map design and human performance. Satellites has once and for all automated geographic positioning and resulted in a plethora of map applications, not only in professional transportation but also in the private sphere, in cars and even for street use in mobile phones. But many people have problems using the traditional bird's-eye view maps. A maze experiment presented here show that an egocentric (out of the window) view of the map results in faster decision making and fewer errors. Can this also address some of the human-out-of-the-loop problems of navigation automation?

Author

Thomas Porathe

Chalmers, Shipping and Marine Technology, Division of Maritime Operations, Ship Work Environment and Safety

Johannes Prison

Chalmers, Shipping and Marine Technology, Division of Maritime Operations, Ship Work Environment and Safety

Proceedings of ACM CHI 2008, Computer-Human Interaction Conference, in Florence, Italy 5-10 April 2008

2859-2864

Areas of Advance

Transport

Driving Forces

Innovation and entrepreneurship

Subject Categories

Human Computer Interaction

ISBN

978-1-60558-012-8

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10/7/2017