3 November, 2022

How Georgia Tech Sonification Lab is Using Eye Tracking to Understand Driver Behavior

The Georgia Tech Sonification Lab is an interdisciplinary research group based in the School of Psychology and the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech.

Georgia Tech had a recent interest in eye tracking for driving research – they wanted to know where people are looking in a dynamic way.

For this study, they wanted to investigate how the design of the human-vehicle interface (HMI) in an automated vehicle can affect emotional responses like excitement, perceived risk, psychological comfort, and even fear. Tracking where people look along with their pupil changes and other physiological metrics, can tell researchers how people are reacting to the behavior of the car and the HMI messages.

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