There are several command and control (C2) scenarios where 3D information could be helpful, such as determining if the terrain is too steep for passage or ascertaining line-of-sight information for reconnaissance. However, the impact of 3D visualizations and the use of 3D stereoscopy to the C2 environment are not well-studied. This project develops a software platform for analyzing different information visualization options in a C2 application and uses it to evaluate which of the visualization options and devices are most effective at helping users analyze the data and improve their situational awareness.
- Britton Wolfe, Dmytro Podgorniy, Beomjin Kim, Robert Sedlmeyer, “C2VE: A Software Platform for Evaluating the Use of 3D Vision Technology for C2 Operations,” Proceedings of the 17th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium, Paper Id: 87, 2012.
- Britton Wolfe, Beomjin Kim, Benjamin Aeschliman, and Robert Sedlmeyer, “Evaluating 3D Vision for Command and Control Applications,” Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin, Vol. 8034, pp. 747-756, 2013.