Development of Visual Attention Measurement System of Simulated Traffic Environment
This paper introduces the designs on visual attention measurement system based on the visual attention theory. The measurement system simulated the traffic environment and driving conditions, to examine the reaction time and accuracy of judge response of drivers. It applies to research the top-down and bottom-up controls of visual attention in three-dimensional (3D) space. It included the setting of observation location, stimuli location, moving speed, environmental illuminance and the design of software control interface. The paper describe how the stimuli can be presented by the control system and introduce the design of variable periphery environmental illuminance and obversion targets for detect tasks in detail. The results are demonstrated that this measurement system can be used to examine the reaction time and accuracy of judgment response in three environmental illuminance conditions.
R. T. Xia et al., "Development of Visual Attention Measurement System of Simulated Traffic Environment", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 55-57, pp. 401-406, 2011