JPH11149272A - Speed sense correcting device and recording medium having data for correcting speed sense built-in - Google Patents

Speed sense correcting device and recording medium having data for correcting speed sense built-in

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JPH11149272A
JPH11149272A JP33091197A JP33091197A JPH11149272A JP H11149272 A JPH11149272 A JP H11149272A JP 33091197 A JP33091197 A JP 33091197A JP 33091197 A JP33091197 A JP 33091197A JP H11149272 A JPH11149272 A JP H11149272A
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Masaru Inagaki
Tatsuya Sekido
大 稲垣
達彌 関戸
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Toyota Central Res & Dev Lab Inc
株式会社豊田中央研究所
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To effectively and in a short period of time, correct an incorrent speed sense formed in the driver's brain by long high-speed running. SOLUTION: A display means 1 having display surface (image plane) is provided on an instrument panel 3, etc., of an automobile so as to accord with the frontal direction of the driver 5 to the road surface. A pattern (a reverse tranvelling pattern) 11 moving so as to back away in the direction of travel of the vehicle are displayed on the image plate of the display means 1. An incorrect speed sense formed in the brain of the driver 5 can be corrected in a short period of time and effectively, by gazing at the reverse travelling pattern 11 during the prescribed period of time after the high-speed tranvelling, then he can safely drive the vehicle after it.

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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a method for driving a driver (driver) or the like of a vehicle running at high speed to reduce the sense of paralysis caused by the driver (driver) driving for a long time. More particularly, the present invention relates to a speed sensation correcting device adapted to be corrected in the above, and a recording medium used for the speed sensation correcting device, in which display data for displaying the visual stimulus is recorded.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Generally, when a driver or driver of a high-speed vehicle drives for a long time, the driver or driver adapts to prevent the accumulation of fatigue due to the approaching flow field of view in the brain. The action works to create a situation in the brain of the driver or the like that can withstand high-speed running. As a result, when the vehicle is stopped after a long period of high-speed running, a so-called reverse running phenomenon, in which the surrounding vision escapes in the opposite direction, may be experienced. Due to this reverse running phenomenon, the driver's sense of speed may be reduced, which may cause an illusion of speed. As a measure to cope with such a reverse running phenomenon, conventionally, a driver or a driver shuts his / her eyes and says that the driver or the driver keeps rest for a while. Thus, no aggressive measures or measures have been taken.

[0003]

By the way, as described above, merely keeping the driver or driver or the like at rest requires a temporary stop or the like and a subsequent restart of the operation. In this case, there is not enough time, and not only a sufficient treatment cannot be obtained, but also there is a danger that the speed is erroneously recognized to be lower due to the above-mentioned mechanism in the brain. In order to solve such a problem, when the driver or driver performs high-speed driving for a long time and then performs low-speed driving or temporary stop, a reverse running image that cancels the adaptation effect in the brain. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an object (problem) of the present invention to provide a speed sensation correction device that allows the driver or driver to visually recognize a visual stimulus made up of for a predetermined time.

[0004]

Means for Solving the Problems In order to solve the above problems, the present invention takes the following measures. In other words, in the invention described in claim 1, the paralyzed state of the speed sensation caused by the driver or the like of the vehicle running at high speed is caused within a short time by the driver or the like for a long time. With respect to the speed sensation correcting device that is corrected, a configuration is adopted in which display means for displaying a visual stimulus that moves in a line of sight of the vehicle driver and moves away from the field of view of the driver (driver) is provided. I decided that.

[0005] By adopting such a configuration, the present invention has the following effects.
That is, when a driver or driver who has performed high-speed driving for a long time looks at the display means of the speed sensation correction device for a predetermined time, the speed corresponding to the approaching flow field of view formed in the brain of the driver or the like. The sensation can be efficiently corrected within a short time. Generally, a driver or driver who has been involved in high-speed driving for a long time,
To withstand the fluid vision approaching toward you,
In the brain, an adaptation process is performed so as to face the flow field of view. Therefore, in a state where such brain processing is performed, the driver (driver) in a low-speed driving state, for example, when entering an interchange rampway from an expressway, or when descending on a general road. May feel slower than the actual running speed. Misidentification on the low speed side may cause an accident and impair safety. On the other hand, in the case of the present invention, the sense of speed of the paralyzed state formed in the brain is corrected at the transition point from the high speed running to the low speed running, for example, as shown in FIG. A visual stimulus consisting of a predetermined pattern or the like moving in the reverse running direction is given to the driver or the like. By applying the visual stimulus in the reverse running direction, the sense of speed of the driver or the like is efficiently corrected within a short time.

Next, the invention according to claim 2 will be described. This device also has the same basic content as that of the first aspect. The feature of the present invention relates to a recording medium containing (incorporated in) display data for displaying the visual stimulus for correcting the speed sensation on predetermined display means such as a display. And
Such a recording medium is provided by a driver (driver) or the like on a predetermined display means, for example, a vehicle-mounted VTR device, a television image reproducing device provided in a service area of an expressway, or a vicinity of a toll collection point. Using a display device or the like, the visual stimulus is displayed, and by viewing the visual stimulus, an incorrect speed sensation formed in the brain can be corrected within a short time. Become. In addition, refreshment of the driver can be promoted.

[0007]

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS An embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. In the embodiment of the present invention, a device mounted on an automobile will be described as an example. First, as shown in FIG. 1, the display means 1 for displaying a visual stimulus is, in many cases, mounted in a direction of a visual angle of a driver (driver) 5, that is, at a position visible from the driver. Things. The predetermined pattern or the like for giving a visual stimulus is displayed in a state in which the pattern matches the visual angle direction of the driver 5. The display means 1 is generally mounted in the front direction of the driver 5 as described above. However, depending on circumstances, the display means 1 may be oblique or just lateral to the front direction of the driver 5 depending on the mounting space. And so on.

As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the present display means 1 having such a structure is moved away from the vehicle in the traveling direction or in the direction of the driver's 5 viewing angle. A predetermined pattern 11 for giving a driver or the like a visual stimulus moving at a predetermined speed so as to move away from the side is displayed. Of those displaying these patterns 11, the one shown in FIG. 3 has the belt-shaped member 12 on which the predetermined pattern 11 is displayed placed between the two rollers 15, 15 'and the belt-shaped member 12 It is intended to move at a speed. As a result, the visual stimulus composed of the pattern 11 is input into the field of view of the driver 5 so as to move away from the field of view of the driver 5 (see FIG. 1) and run backward in the traveling direction of the vehicle. It will be. By inputting the visual stimulus of the reverse running into the brain of the driver 5 for a predetermined time, an incorrect speed sensation accumulated in the brain due to long-time high-speed driving is corrected, and a correct speed sensation is formed. Will be done.

As a method of displaying such a pattern 11 for giving a visual stimulus, for example, in addition to a mechanical display device (display means) 1 as shown in FIG. 3, a pattern 11 as shown in FIG. May be displayed on the screen of the existing display means 1 composed of a liquid crystal display or the like. Such a liquid crystal display device is provided, for example, on the instrument panel 3 of the vehicle as shown in FIG. 2 and, when the vehicle enters a low-speed running state, for example, reverse running as shown in FIG. The pattern is displayed appropriately.

As a method for displaying such a reverse running pattern 11, a separate display means 1 is provided on the instrument panel 3 or the like, and a head-up display device is used, for example, as shown in FIG. It is also conceivable to display the image directly on the windshield glass 2. Thereby, it becomes possible to install the instrument panel 3 without occupying the space. In addition, the movement of the driver's line of sight can be reduced, and the effect of correcting the sense of speed can be further enhanced. Also, by using a vehicle-mounted video device (VTR) or the like to reproduce and display data recorded in advance on a recording medium such as an optical disk, a magnetic disk, or a magnetic tape, a predetermined visual stimulus is displayed. It is also possible to do.

Although the present embodiment has been described with respect to mounting on a vehicle, particularly an automobile, the speed sensation correcting apparatus is not limited to such a vehicle-mounted apparatus. In addition to this, for example, a stationary type which is installed at a tollgate, a service area in an interchange on a highway, or at each station on a regular route may be used.

Next, the operation and the like of the embodiment having the above-described configuration will be described. In other words, a driver (driver) who has been driving at high speed for a long time
For example, as shown in FIG. 1, by watching the display means 1 of the present speed sensation correcting apparatus for a predetermined time, an incorrect speed sensation for responding to the approaching flow field of view formed in the brain of the driver 5 is: It will be corrected efficiently within a short time. In general, a driver or a driver engaged in a long-time high-speed running is subjected to adaptation processing in the brain so as to face the flow vision so that the driver or driver or the like can endure the flow vision approaching toward the driver. I have. Therefore, in a state in which such brain processing is performed, when the vehicle is suddenly driven at a low speed, for example, when entering an interchange rampway from an expressway, or when descending on a general road, the driver ( The driver 5 or the like feels the speed of the vehicle that he or she drives slower than the actual traveling speed.

In order to correct such an erroneous speed sensation, in the present embodiment, at a transition point where the vehicle travels from high-speed running to low-speed running or the like, a predetermined moving direction in the reverse running direction as shown in FIG. The visual stimulus including the pattern 11 and the like is given to the driver and the like. By applying the visual stimulus in the reverse running direction, the sense of speed of the driver 5 or the like is efficiently corrected within a short time. Regarding the application of such a visual stimulus, the transport speed of the reverse running pattern 11 as shown in FIG. 4 is initially transmitted at a relatively slow speed, and the transport speed is gradually increased. By sending at a relatively high constant speed while raising, it is possible to efficiently correct an incorrect speed sensation formed in the brain of the driver 5 within a short time. As a specific example, there is an experimental result as shown in FIG. A case is 100K
After running for a long time at a speed of m / h, 100 km / h
This shows the effect when a stimulus consisting of a reverse running pattern corresponding to the speed of h is given to the driver 5, in which a visual stimulus in the same state is given for 7 seconds. by this,
The amount of false recognition reduction of the speed sensation, that is, the correction amount is 33%. In the case B, first, a visual stimulus corresponding to a speed of 30 Km / h is given for 2 seconds, and then a speed of 30 Km / h is changed to a speed of 100 Km / h for 3 seconds.
The speed is gradually increased during the second, and this 100 km /
This is a case where a visual stimulus corresponding to h is given for 2 seconds. In this case, the amount of reduction in false recognition of the speed sensation is 7
1% will be obtained. As described above, by changing the transfer speed of the visual stimulus, an efficient correction of the speed sensation is achieved.

[0014]

According to the present invention, paralysis of speed sensation caused by a long-time driving of a driver or a driver of a vehicle running at a high speed is corrected within a short time. With regard to the speed sensation correction device as described above, a configuration is provided in which display means for displaying a visual stimulus moving in a line of sight of the vehicle driver (driver) and moving away from the field of view of the driver (driver) is provided. As a result, an incorrect speed sensation formed in the brain of the driver or the like can be efficiently corrected within a short time.

That is, in general, a driver or a driver engaged in a long-time high-speed running is required to face the flow vision in his brain so as to endure the flow vision approaching himself. Adaptive processing has been performed. Therefore, in such a case where the brain processing is performed, when the vehicle suddenly enters the low-speed running state, the driver (driver) or the like sets the speed of the vehicle that he or she drives to be lower than the actual running speed. You will feel late. However, in the present invention, a visual stimulus consisting of a predetermined pattern or the like moving in the reverse running direction at the transition point where the vehicle travels from high speed running to low speed running or the like is corrected so as to correct an incorrect sense of speed formed in the brain. Is given to the driver or the like, and by applying the visual stimulus in the reverse running direction, the sense of speed of the driver or the like can be efficiently corrected within a short time. As a result, safe driving can be performed. Further, the present invention can also exert the effect of refreshing the driver.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a diagram showing an overall configuration of a vehicle-mounted system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a front view showing an overall configuration of a vehicle-mounted system.

FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing one embodiment of a display unit constituting a main part of the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a diagram showing an embodiment of a pattern displayed on a display means.

FIG. 5 is a diagram (graph) showing a difference in a speed sensation correction effect when the speed of a visual stimulus given to a driver or the like is changed.

[Explanation of symbols]

 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Display means 11 Pattern (reverse running pattern) 12 Belt-like member 15 Roller 15 'Roller 2 Windshield glass 3 Instrument panel 5 Driver (driver)

Claims (2)

[Claims]
1. A speed sensation correction device comprising a display means for displaying a visual stimulus moving in a line of sight of a vehicle driver and moving away from the field of view of the driver.
2. A method according to claim 1, further comprising a step of displaying a visual stimulus moving in a direction of a line of sight of the vehicle driver away from the field of view of the driver on predetermined display means. recoding media.
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JP2010195063A (en) * 2009-02-23 2010-09-09 Stanley Electric Co Ltd Speed sense control device
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