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Utah School of Computing Interface Examples CS5540 HCI Rich Riesenfeld Fall 2007 CS5540 HCI Rich Riesenfeld Fall 2007 Lecture Set 8.

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2 Utah School of Computing Interface Examples CS5540 HCI Rich Riesenfeld Fall 2007 CS5540 HCI Rich Riesenfeld Fall 2007 Lecture Set 8

3 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 2 Fall 2007 Radio Shack Wiring Aid

4 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 3 Fall 2007 Pros Customized, targeted info Good graphics Good Help for using Help! Integrated -Problem Spec -Answer -Order materials needed Customized, targeted info Good graphics Good Help for using Help! Integrated -Problem Spec -Answer -Order materials needed

5 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 4 Fall 2007 Pros Integrated -Parts ordering online -Parts availability at various area stores -Distance to stores -Maps for ease of finding Makes simple task of it! Integrated -Parts ordering online -Parts availability at various area stores -Distance to stores -Maps for ease of finding Makes simple task of it!

6 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 5 Fall 2007 Cons Does not label “Good” “Better” “Best” Solutions Does not describe what is better about each improved solution -Why better? -What will I get for this? -What is difference in parts? Does not always give right info -Often 3’ cables work better than 6’ cables -Suggests 12’ substitution allowed Does not label “Good” “Better” “Best” Solutions Does not describe what is better about each improved solution -Why better? -What will I get for this? -What is difference in parts? Does not always give right info -Often 3’ cables work better than 6’ cables -Suggests 12’ substitution allowed

7 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 6 Fall 2007 Harrier Aircraft 33% of Harriers crashes at due to “Pilot Error,” according to reports What does that say? -Bad pilots? -Problems with aircraft? -Difficulty controlling plane?  Interface question might be indicated 33% of Harriers crashes at due to “Pilot Error,” according to reports What does that say? -Bad pilots? -Problems with aircraft? -Difficulty controlling plane?  Interface question might be indicated

8 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 7 Fall Harrier Jump Jet Demo:

9 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 8 Fall 2007 McDonnell Douglas AV-8 Harrier

10 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 9 Fall 2007 Flying the Harrier requires an absolute mastery of vertical flight basics and helicopter experience is usually mandatory, even if a new pilot has to be given several hours in a chopper before flying the jet. The coordination required to transition from vertical to level flight, especially when accelerating away from a hover, is critical. (cont) McDonnell Douglas AV-8 Harrier Ethell/Pirep5.html :2

11 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 10 Fall 2007 McDonnell Douglas AV-8 Harrier If the aircraft gets turned "out of wind," that is, if it is not pointing into the wind, it begins to roll over and fall out from under you. A little ten cent weathervane in front of the windshield turns out to be the most valuable instrument on board, indicating wind direction in relation to the aircraft. Keep it pointing forward and everything is fine. (cont) 3

12 Student Name Server Utah School of Computing slide 11 Fall 2007 McDonnell Douglas AV-8 Harrier Take-off and landing comes in eight possible combinations...the pilot never gets bored. Take-off: conventional, short (STO), rolling vertical (RVTO), vertical (VTO). Landing: conventional, slow, rolling vertical (RVL), vertical (VL). 4 Flight Characteristics:

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