Improving Immersive, Highly Realistic in-Lab, Cycling Experiences for Analyzing Active Travel

In transportation, virtual-reality (VR) technology has been increasingly used for understanding participants’ naturalistic responses in experimental research focusing on driving. Nevertheless, it is known that the most common complaints from participants of immersive VR experiences are nausea and dizziness. This phenomenon is referred to as visually-induced motion sickness (VIMS). The objective of this current project is to improve the technological implementation of immersive, highly realistic in-lab cycling experiments by reducing the effects of VIMS.

Language

  • English

Project

  • Status: Active
  • Funding: $103963
  • Contract Numbers:

    69A3551747119

  • Sponsor Organizations:

    Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology

    University Transportation Centers Program
    Department of Transportation
    Washington, DC  United States  20590
  • Managing Organizations:

    Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology

    University Transportation Centers Program
    Department of Transportation
    Washington, DC  United States  20590
  • Project Managers:

    Kline, Robin

  • Performing Organizations:

    Center for Transportation, Environment, and Community Health

    Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY  United States  14853
  • Principal Investigators:

    Daziano, Ricardo

  • Start Date: 20200701
  • Expected Completion Date: 20210930
  • Actual Completion Date: 0
  • USDOT Program: University Transportation Centers

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 01747617
  • Record Type: Research project
  • Source Agency: Center for Transportation, Environment, and Community Health
  • Contract Numbers: 69A3551747119
  • Files: UTC, RiP
  • Created Date: Aug 4 2020 4:51PM