Several bicycle and motorcycle simulators have been developed and validated but only a few studies actually applied these simulators in training and in research. We organize an informal workshop before the BMD conference to discuss and align on lessons learned in:
- mechanical motion cuing, visual motion cuing, usage of body motion, vehicle modelling, rendering of steering forces, propulsion and braking, the resulting behavioral validity in vehicle control, perceived realism and motion sickness.
- traffic interaction, and behavioral validity in interaction
We invite developers and users to join this informal workshop. Those who wish to present can submit an abstract of at most 250 words, preferably with an image of the simulator.
An agenda will be composed depending on the submissions.
We also aim to organize demonstrations of simulators at the actual conference as part of the exhibitions.
The workshop will focus on lessons learned and unresolved questions. Another goal of the workshop is to move towards agreement on quality measures for 2-wheeler simulators, and towards unified experimental protocols to assess performance.
It is fine to also present research results at the actual conference.
Abstracts for the workshop can be submitted to Linda van der Spaa by email (L.F.vanderSpaa@tudelft.nl) before February 28, 2023.
See the events page for up-to-date information about the workshop.