3D-in-2D Displays for ATC.
Wong, B. L. William and Rozzi, Simone and Boccalatte, Alessandro and Gaukrodger, Stephen and Amaldi, Paolo and Fields, Bob and Loomes, Martin J. and Martin, Peter (2007) 3D-in-2D Displays for ATC. In: 6th EUROCONTROL innovative research workshop & exhibition. Brochard, Marc and Jurgens, Martina, eds. Eurocontrol, pp. 47-62.
Official URL: http://inoworkshop.eurocontrol.fr/index.php?option...
This paper reports on the efforts and accomplishments of the 3D-in-2D Displays for ATC project at the end of Year 1. We describe the invention of 10 novel 3D/2D visualisations that were mostly implemented in the Augmented Reality ARToolkit. These prototype implementations of visualisation and interaction elements can be viewed on the accompanying video. We have identified six candidate design concepts which we will further research and develop. These designs correspond with the early feasibility studies stage of maturity as defined by the NASA Technology Readiness Level framework. We developed the Combination Display Framework from a review of the literature, and used it for analysing display designs in terms of display technique used and how they are combined. The insights we gained from this framework then guided our inventions and the human-centered innovation process we use to iteratively invent. Our designs are based on an understanding of user work practices. We also developed a simple ATC simulator that we used for rapid experimentation and evaluation of design ideas. We expect that if this project continues, the effort in Year 2 and 3 will be focus on maturing the concepts and employment in a operational laboratory settings.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
Workshop held on December 2007, 5 - 7.
|Research Areas:||A. Middlesex University Schools and Centres > School of Science and Technology > Computer Science|
|Deposited On:||12 May 2009 09:16|
|Last Modified:||30 Jan 2015 18:34|
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