Dr Cyriel Diels
Dr Cyriel Diels
Royal College of Art - Intelligent Mobility Design Centre
Verified email at rca.ac.uk - Homepage
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Self-driving carsickness
C Diels, JE Bos
Applied ergonomics 53, 374-382, 2016
2092016
Will autonomous vehicles make us sick
C Diels
Contemporary ergonomics and human factors. Taylor & Francis, 301-307, 2014
682014
Driver Behaviour and Training: Volume 2
L Dorn
Routledge, 2017
602017
Frequency characteristics of visually induced motion sickness
C Diels, PA Howarth
Human factors 55 (3), 595-604, 2013
572013
Looking forward: In-vehicle auxiliary display positioning affects carsickness
OX Kuiper, JE Bos, C Diels
Applied Ergonomics 68, 169-175, 2018
382018
User interface considerations to prevent self-driving carsickness
C Diels, JE Bos
Adjunct proceedings of the 7th international conference on automotive user …, 2015
382015
Visually induced motion sickness with radial displays: effects of gaze angle and fixation
C Diels, K Ukai, PA Howarth
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 78 (7), 659-665, 2007
372007
Motion sickness in automated vehicles: the elephant in the room
C Diels, JE Bos, K Hottelart, P Reilhac
Road Vehicle Automation 3, 121-129, 2016
352016
Motion sickness in automated vehicles with forward and rearward facing seating orientations
S Salter, C Diels, P Herriotts, S Kanarachos, D Thake
Applied ergonomics 78, 54-61, 2019
322019
Geometric field of view manipulations affect perceived speed in driving simulators.
C Diels, AM Parkes
Advances in transportation studies, 2010
292010
Compatibility between trust and non-driving related tasks in UI design for highly and fully automated driving
A Miglani, C Diels, J Terken
Adjunct proceedings of the 8th international conference on automotive user …, 2016
272016
Designing for comfort in shared and automated vehicles (SAV): A conceptual framework
C Diels, T Erol, M Kukova, J Wasser, M Cieslak, W Payre, A Miglani, ...
242017
Visually induced motion sickness: Single-versus dual-axis motion
C Diels, PA Howarth
Displays 32 (4), 175-180, 2011
232011
Vection does not necessitate visually induced motion sickness
OX Kuiper, JE Bos, C Diels
Displays 58, 82-87, 2019
152019
Information expectations in highly and fully automated vehicles
C Diels, S Thompson
International conference on applied human factors and ergonomics, 742-748, 2017
152017
Simulator sickness management: Enhanced familiarisation and screening processes
N Reed, C Diels, AM Parkes
Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Visually Induced Motion …, 2007
152007
Design guidelines to minimise self-driving carsickness
C Diels, JE Bos
7th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive …, 2015
132015
knowing what’s coming: unpredictable motion causes more motion sickness
OX Kuiper, JE Bos, EA Schmidt, C Diels, S Wolter
Human factors 62 (8), 1339-1348, 2020
122020
An international survey on the incidence and modulating factors of carsickness
EA Schmidt, OX Kuiper, S Wolter, C Diels, JE Bos
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 71, 76-87, 2020
112020
Knowing what's coming: Anticipatory audio cues can mitigate motion sickness
OX Kuiper, JE Bos, C Diels, EA Schmidt
Applied ergonomics 85, 103068, 2020
112020
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