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Virtuocity Featured in New Case Study

Virtuocity was recently the subject of a case study on the main University of Leeds website ahead of hosting delegates from the Times Higher Education Digital Universities UK conference. We hosted over 50 Delegates across the week who got to experience our facilities first hand and ask us about how our research impacts the world...

Exciting new fully-funded PhD position

We are pleased to announce the following new project: Public Trust in Autonomous Vehicles at the Intersection of Computer Vision Technology and Human Factors: https://phd.leeds.ac.uk/project/955-public-trust-in-autonomous-vehicles-at-the-intersection-of-computer-vision-technology-and-human-factors The application deadline for the above project is Monday 22nd March 2021. Please follow the links above for more details.

New paper on drivers' eye movements in lane changes after automation

A new paper, led by PhD researcher Rafael Cirino Gonçalves, was recently published in Accident Analysis & Prevention. The paper reports on a driving simulator study, originally conducted as part of the AdaptiVe project, which investigated how drivers’ eye movements and visual information acquisition strategies changed based on the level of vehicle automation intervention and...

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