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dc.contributor.authorAYKENT, Baris
dc.contributor.authorMERIENNE, Frédéric
dc.contributor.authorGUILLET, Christophe
dc.contributor.authorPAILLOT, Damien
dc.contributor.author
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KEMENY, Andras
133641 Technocentre Renault [Guyancourt]
dc.date.accessioned2014
dc.date.available2014
dc.date.issued2014
dc.date.submitted2014
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/8018
dc.description.abstractThis paper deals with driving simulation and in particular with the important issue of motion sickness. The paper proposes a methodology to evaluate the objective illness rating metrics deduced from the motion sickness dose value and questionnaires for both a static simulator and a dynamic simulator. Accelerations of the vestibular cues (head movements) of the subjects were recorded with and without motion platform activation. In order to compare user experiences in both cases, the head-dynamics-related illness ratings were computed from the obtained accelerations and the motion sickness dose values. For the subjective analysis, the principal component analysis method was used to determine the conflict between the subjective assessment in the static condition and that in the dynamic condition. The principal component analysis method used for the subjective evaluation showed a consistent difference between the answers given in the sickness questionnaire for the static platform case from those for the dynamic platform case. The two-tailed Mann–Whitney U test shows the significance in the differences between the self-reports to the individual questions. According to the two-tailed Mann–Whitney U test, experiencing nausea (p = 0.019 < 0.05) and dizziness (p = 0.018 < 0.05) decreased significantly from the static case to the dynamic case. Also, eye strain (p = 0.047 < 0.05) and tiredness (p = 0.047 < 0.05) were reduced significantly from the static case to the dynamic case. For the perception fidelity analysis, the Pearson correlation with a confidence interval of 95% was used to study the correlations of each question with the x illness rating component IRx, the y illness rating component IRy, the z illness rating component IRz and the compound illness rating IRtot. The results showed that the longitudinal head dynamics were the main element that induced discomfort for the static platform, whereas vertical head movements were the main factor to provoke discomfort for the dynamic platform case. Also, for the dynamic platform, lateral vestibular-level dynamics were the major element which caused a feeling of fear.
dc.language.isoen
dc.publisherSAGE
dc.rightsPost-print
dc.subjectDriving simulator
dc.subjectdriver's perception
dc.subjectinertial cue
dc.subjectvestibular-level dynamics
dc.subjectmotion sickness
dc.titleMotion sickness evaluation and comparison for a static driving simulator and a dynamic driving simulator
dc.identifier.doi10.1177/0954407013516101
dc.typdocArticles dans des revues avec comité de lecture
dc.localisationInstitut de Chalon sur Saône
dc.subject.halMathématique: Statistiques
dc.subject.halMathématique: Optimisation et contrôle
dc.subject.halInformatique: Automatique
dc.subject.halInformatique: Base de données
dc.subject.halInformatique: Intelligence artificielle
dc.subject.halInformatique: Interface homme-machine
dc.subject.halInformatique: Modélisation et simulation
dc.subject.halInformatique: Robotique
dc.subject.halInformatique: Systèmes embarqués
dc.subject.halInformatique: Traitement du signal et de l'image
dc.subject.halSciences de l'ingénieur: Automatique / Robotique
dc.subject.halSciences de l'ingénieur: Mécanique
dc.subject.halSciences de l'ingénieur: Mécanique: Vibrations
dc.subject.halSciences du vivant: ingénierie bio-médicale
ensam.audienceInternationale
ensam.page1-12
ensam.journalProc. IMechE, Part D: Journal of Automobile Engineering
hal.identifierhal-00981166
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