How must a safety system be designed that recognizes an obstacle or a suddenly emerging danger and takes active assistance measures such as steering and / or braking interventions so that it is accepted by the driver? The PRORETA project focused on these questions, which are of great importance for the series development of driver assistance systems and their individual components. One key question during the development phase was to see in what way we can visualize a 360° sensor around the car within the digital instrument cluster to the driver? The key solution was a ring-shaped element within the speedometer which could deform to show a possible obstacle.
I was responsible for the whole user interface design and motion graphic design. I worked in a interdisciplinary team as a Lead UX/UI Designer.
- Create a simple and easily understandable visualization to show the driver where a potential danger obstacle lies
- Cooperation project between industry and university
- Usability testing with users in real traffic conditions
Driver can choose from possible driving manuevers.
The safety bubble shows the driver possible danger obstacles on the road.
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