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Testing a Commercial BCI Device for In-Vehicle Interfaces Evaluation : A Simulator and Real-WorldDrivingStudy

Abstract : This study is assessing the sensitivity of an affordable BCI device in the context of driver distraction in both low-fidelity simulator and real-world driving environments. Twenty-three participants performed a car following task while using a smartphone application involving a range of generic smartphone widgets. On the first hand, the results demonstrated that secondary task completion time is a fairly robust metric as it is sensitive to user-interfaces style while being consistent between the two driving environments. On the second hand, while the BCI attention level metric was not sensitive to the different user-interfaces, we found it to be significantly higher in the real-driving environment than in the simulated one, which reproduces findings obtained with medical-grade sensors.
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Nicolas Louveton, Korok Sengupta, Rod Mccall, Raphael Frank, Thomas Engel. Testing a Commercial BCI Device for In-Vehicle Interfaces Evaluation : A Simulator and Real-WorldDrivingStudy. International journal of mobile computing and multimedia communications, 2017, 8 (2), pp.1-13. ⟨10.4018/IJMCMC.2017040101⟩. ⟨hal-02304654⟩

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