Automotive UI 2009, Essen

Last Monday and Tuesday I was in Essen, Germany, at the Automotive User Interfaces 2009 conference. This was the first Automotive UI conference and it was quite successful with around 60 participants, according to conference chair Albrecht Schmidt. Here’s Albrecht welcoming us to AutoUI ’09 and the University of Duisburg-Essen:

I gave a talk at the conference about our latest navigation study that investigated the influence of two personal navigation devices on driving performance and visual attention. This was collaborative work with Tim Paek of Microsoft Research. For more information on our findings check out the paper or take a look at the slides:

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