This survey is conducted by the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University of Salzburg, as a part of the EU-funded Horizon2020 Project HADRIAN.
The goal of this survey is to understand how different colors of ambient lights and light patterns inside an automated vehicle can convey different messages to the driver. This will eventually inform light interface design ideas for automated driving experiences.
We are looking for participants, who currently hold a valid driving license (for cars, buses, or trucks) and have not been diagnosed with any type of color vision deficiency (color blindness).
The questionnaire will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and your participation is anonymous. No personal data that would allow identification of you or your location will be collected during this study. The results from this study will be used exclusively for scientific purposes.
If you have any further questions you may contact us via e-mail:
Yasemin Dönmez (English, Turkish)
Alexander Mirnig (English, German)
Jakub Sypniewski (English, Polish)
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There are 32 questions in this survey.