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Human control in rotated frames: anisotropies in the misalignment disturbance function of pitch, roll, and yaw  (2012)
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Comparative misalignment disturbance functions (MDF) have been measured for rotations between display and control axes for pure pitch, roll, and yaw misalignments in a high fidelity virtual environment. Twenty participants manually moved a virtual cursor using position control to touch 3-dimensionally, randomly pre- sented nearby targets having a constant Fitts Index of Difficulty. Results show a peak disturbance near 120 degrees of rotation for all axes with Roll being distinguishably more disturbed. Some reasons for observed aniso- tropies, nonlinearities and an equiaxial spiral feature are briefly discussed and modeled
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anisotropies, control, disturbance, frames, function, Human, misalignment, pitch, roll, rotated, yaw
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Proceeding of the Human Factors Society, 22-26 October 2012, Boston, Massachusetts, pp. 1336-1341
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