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Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement
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Using Simulation to Better Understand the Effects of Aging on Driver Visibility

Authors: Kajaks, Tara; Vrkljan, Brenda; Macdermid, Joy; Godwin, Allison;

Using Simulation to Better Understand the Effects of Aging on Driver Visibility

Abstract

RÉSUMÉCette étude de preuve de concept pilote a exploré une méthodologie utilisant la simulation virtuelle pour quantifier les angles non visibles des visibilités optiques, et en utilisant des avatars tirés d’une ancienne base de données (n= 100). Les logiciels Siemens Jack ont simulé les angles morts de huit avatars des conducteurs âgés (quatre femmes). Les avatars masculins et féminins ont été mis à l’échelle aux petites tailles (25ecentile) et aux grandes tailles (75ecentile), basé sur la distribution de la hauteur de la base de données des conducteurs âgés, et ils avaient l’amplitude de mouvement du cou “normal” (65 degrés) ou “anormal” 50 degrés (ROM). Un modèle virtuel d’une Volkswagen Beetle a été utilisé pour illustrer les angles morts lignes de visée à gauche et à droit pour chaque avatar. La moyenne ligne de visée entre les angles morts était de 22,3 pourcent et 10,4 pourcent dans les conditions «normales» et «anormales» de rotation du cou (ROM), respectivement. Les conducteurs âgés ayant des troubles fonctionnels affectant le cou (ROM) sont plus susceptibles d’avoir des problèmes avec l’angle mort / ligne de visée gauche. Les résultats sont discutés comme ils se rapportent à des considerations du dessein des véhicules pour les personnes agées.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Virtual model medicine.medical_specialty Percentile Siemens Physical medicine and rehabilitation medicine Visibility Blind spot Blind spot detection Range of motion Psychology

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Male, Aging, Automobile Driving, Health (social science), Vision Disorders, Pilot Projects, Proof of Concept Study, Digital human models, Medicine and Health Sciences, Blind spot detection, Humans, Computer Simulation, Geriatric Assessment, Aged, Aged, 80 and over, Community and Home Care, Line-of-sight, Older drivers, Female, Geriatrics and Gerontology, Gerontology, Simulation, Software

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