Wördenweber, Burkard.

Automotive Lighting and Human Vision [electronic resource] / by Burkard Wördenweber, Jörg Wallaschek, Peter Boyce, Donald D. Hoffman. - Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007. - XVII, 409 p. 270 illus. online resource.

How Vision Constructs Reality -- Automotive Lighting - State of the Art -- Fundamental Problems with Automotive Lighting -- Automotive Lighting and Mechatronics -- References.

Visual perception is the most important of the human senses. Lack of visual perception is one of the main causes of accidents. The safety of vehicle traffic depends on how well automotive lighting supports the visual perception of the driver. This book explains the fundamentals of visual perception, like e.g. physiology of eye and brain, as well as those of automotive lighting technology, like e.g. design of headlamps and signal lights. It is an interdiciplinary approach to a fastly evolving field of science and technology, answering questions like "How does information enter our brain when driving a car?" and "What are the benefits and dangers of LED signal lighting?"


10.1007/978-3-540-36697-3 doi

Mechanical engineering.
Automotive and Aerospace Engineering, Traffic.
Mechanical Engineering.
Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation.
Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering.
Signal, Image and Speech Processing.
Physics and Applied Physics in Engineering.



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