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A INTERAÇÃO SONORA COM SISTEMAS EMBARCADOS EM VEÍCULOS

SONIC INTERACTION WITH IN-VEHICLE SYSTEMS

Quaresma, Manuela; Motta, Isabela;

Artigo Completo:

Com o aumento do uso de sistemas embarcados para motoristas e seu potencial de distração, é necessário buscar outras abordagens que não ocupem o canal visual, uma vez que ele deve estar voltado para a condução. Este artigo apresentada uma revisão de literatura sobre a interação do motorista com interfaces sonoras, a fim de investigar os impactos dessa interação no contexto da condução e ressaltar algumas diretrizes de design para essas interfaces. Foram identificadas cinco categorias que combinam interfaces para motoristas e diferentes tipos de interação sonora, resultando na identificação e discussão de nove diretrizes sobre o assunto.

Artigo Completo:

With the increased use of in-vehicle systems for drivers and their potential for distractions, it is necessary to seek other ways that do not involve the driver's visual channel, since it should be dedicated to driving. This paper presents a literature review on the interaction of the driver with sonic interfaces to investigate the impacts of this interaction in the driving context and to highlight some design guidelines for these interfaces.. Five categories were identified that combine interfaces for drivers and different types of sonic interaction, resulting in the identification and discussion of nine guidelines on the subject.

Palavras-chave: Interação Sonora, Sistemas Embarcados em Veículos, Distração do Motorista,

Palavras-chave: Sonic Interaction, In-Vehicle Systems, Driver Distraction,

DOI: 10.5151/16ergodesign-0220

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Como citar:

Quaresma, Manuela; Motta, Isabela; "A INTERAÇÃO SONORA COM SISTEMAS EMBARCADOS EM VEÍCULOS", p. 2108-2119 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2017.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/16ergodesign-0220

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