Task Cognitive Aid Design Using Augmented Reality to Support Attention
Last Published:  07/30/21 01:05:34 PM (Central)
Short Title: Cognitive Aid Design Using AI
Responsible HRP Element: Human Factors and Behavioral Performance
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Funding Status: Active - Currently funded and in progress
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Hypothesis: Augmented reality (AR) can be integrated into cognitive aids in novel ways, such as drawing attention and focus through de-emphasis of visual/auditory distractors/clutter present in the environment.

Aims

  1. Investigate the design and benefit of AR in a cognitive aid for medical equipment setup under various levels of environmental distraction.
  2. Create visual and auditory de-emphasis AR technology and guidelines for future use in cognitive aids
 

 

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RiskRisk of Adverse Outcomes Due to Inadequate Human Systems Integration Architecture
GapHSIA-201: We need to evaluate the demands of future exploration habitat/vehicle systems and mission scenarios (e.g. increased automation, multi-modal communication) on individuals and teams, and determine the risks these demands pose to crew health and performance.
GapHSIA-401: We need to determine how HSI can be applied in the vehicle/habitat and computer interface Design Phase to mitigate potential decrements in operationally-relevant performance (e.g. problem-solving, execution procedures), during increasingly earth-independent, future exploration missions (including in-mission and at landing).
GapHSIA-601: We need to determine individual and team-based Human System Integration (HSI) training procedures, regimens, and standards that are required pre- and in-mission, and post-landing to help reduce demands on crew (e.g., neurocognitive, time); support meaningful work during long-duration missions; and mitigate potential decrements in operationally-relevant performance (e.g., training retention, problem-solving, procedure execution) during increasingly earth-independent, future exploration missions.
GapHSIA-801: Given each crewmember will experience multiple spaceflight hazards (e.g. radiation, isolation and confinement, altered gravity), we need to evaluate and identify how HSI can further characterize and/or mitigate additive and/or synergistic effects of the spaceflight environment, for increasingly earth-independent, future exploration missions (including in-mission and at landing).
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