Richard A. Tyrrell
According to our database1, Richard A. Tyrrell authored at least 8 papers between 2004 and 2016.
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Electroluminescent Materials Can Further Enhance the Nighttime Conspicuity of Pedestrians Wearing Retroreflective Materials.
Human Factors, 2016
A schematic eye for virtual environments.
Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces, 2016
Perceptual thresholds for display lag in a real visual environment are not affected by field of view or psychophysical technique.
Hybrid image/model-based gaze-contingent rendering.
Limitations in Drivers' Ability to Recognize Pedestrians at Night.
Human Factors, 2005
The effects of subpixel addressing on users' performance and preferences during reading-related tasks.
Educational Interventions Successfully Reduce Pedestrians' Overestimates of Their Own Nighttime Visibility.
Human Factors, 2004
Visual deictic reference in a collaborative virtual environment.
Proceedings of the Eye Tracking Research & Application Symposium, 2004