The flight experiments are conducted in the Interactive Guidance and Control Lab (IGCL) at the University of Minnesota. The data in the flight experiment are collected from human subjects maneuvering miniature rotorcrafts to accomplish a set of tasks. The datasets includes the rotorcraft motion data and operator head movements which are captured using captured using a Vicon motion tracking system (with six MX-40 cameras) sampled at 100Hz. They also include operator eye movements which are recorded using eye tracking glasses (ETG) from Senso-Motoric Instruments (SMI), sampled at 30Hz.
|Date made available||2017|
|Publisher||Data Repository for the University of Minnesota|
Andersh, J. (Creator), Kong, Z. (Creator), Li, B. (Creator), Mettler, B. (Creator) (2017). Investigation on Human Guidance and Control Behavior. Data Repository for the University of Minnesota. 10.13020/D67M2J