2009
DOI: 10.1162/pres.18.3.200
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Comparison of Three Motion Cueing Algorithms for Curve Driving in an Urban Environment

Abstract: Research on new automotive systems currently relies on car driving simulators, as they are a cheaper, faster, and safer alternative to tests on real tracks. However, there is increasing concern about the motion cues provided in the simulator and their influence on the validity of these studies. Especially for curve driving, providing large sustained acceleration is difficult in the limited motion space of simulators. Recently built simulators, such as Desdemona, offer a large motion space showing great potenti… Show more

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“…1,5,6 Groen et al 3 when simulating a take off run found a preferred motion gain of 0.2 for the surge motion of the simulator. The amplitude of the reference signal was 3.5 m/s 2 , which is higher than what was used in this experiment.…”
Section: Iva Motion Gain Dependence On Stimulus Amplitudementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…1,5,6 Groen et al 3 when simulating a take off run found a preferred motion gain of 0.2 for the surge motion of the simulator. The amplitude of the reference signal was 3.5 m/s 2 , which is higher than what was used in this experiment.…”
Section: Iva Motion Gain Dependence On Stimulus Amplitudementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Subjects were presented with lateral translational movements, where they had to match the inertial information with the visual information. The use of lateral cues allows for the comparison of the obtained scaling values with previous experiments conducted in Desdemona 1,5,6 where similar motion profiles were used. The visual information was displayed via the simulator's projectors while the inertial information was generated using the motion platform.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…During the motion profile, the simulator cabin can be misaligned, therefore changing the subject direction in relation to the F d (note that the simulator cabin is not represented in the schematic). Feenstra, & Bles, 2008;Valente Pais et al, 2009) were not able to deliver lateral specific forces with amplitudes higher than approximately 3 m/s 2 . This is because these solutions were targeted at city driving, with a focus on low-speed curve driving.…”
Section: Conclusion and Recommendationsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…The Desdemona cabin contained a car mockup similar to the one used in Valente Pais, Wentink, van Paassen, and Mulder (2009). This mockup included a force feedback steering wheel (40 cm) and two pedals (gas and brake) with force feedback.…”
Section: Simulator Cabinmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This article aims at porting the knowledge of aerospace motion filters to car driving. A number of other studies also address car driving in motion simulators, but target different type of simulators [8] or a different motion space [9].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%