Control #3 - - not 100% reliable iv. Others 3. Objective:...

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Control #3 3/23/2009 1. Objective: Describe ways to prevent accidental activation. a. Conflicting priorities – human and machine have different priorities i. Ease of use ii. Improve performance iii. Accidental activation – landmines b. Ways to prevent accidental activation i. Violate compatibility / recommended control actions ii. Locks iii. Keys iv. Two person/handed/feet operation – dual key nuclear missile activation v. Recessed – ex. calculator/reset button vi. Out of reach envelop vii. Resistance viii.Covers ix. Pins – ex. fire extinguisher/grenade x. Sequence of use – ex. bank xi. Just in time control – shows up when it’s time to 2. Objective: Describe issues associated with data entry devices. a. Devices for data entry i. Keyboads (telephone style, computer keyboard style) ii. Multifunction keyboards iii. Speech iv. Others b. Issues i. Keyboards – keys having to be the size of fingers ii. Multifunction keyboards iii. Speech
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Unformatted text preview: - not 100% reliable iv. Others 3. Objective: Describe issues associated with spatial positioning devices. a. Devices i. Mice ii. Joystick iii. Trackballs iv. Speech v. Cursor keys (ugh) vi. Touch pads vii. Eye controllers 4. Objective: Describe issues associated with speech control a. Speech control issues Control #3 3/23/2009 i. User Issues ii. Environment Issues iii. Task Issues 5. Objective: Describe issues with non-traditional control devices a. Non-traditional control devices: i. Gaze (eye movement) control devices ii. Head movement control devices iii. Control devices in VR 6. Objective: Describe the major concerns associated with remote manipulation/tele-robotics. Note: Remote manipulation is used in un-manned aerial/ ground/guided vehicles a. User not sharing the same visual field making it harder to control b. Lag c. Multi sensory feedback...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2009 for the course PSYC 2270 taught by Professor Nicholaskelling during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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