The Bingham Building is now home to two fidelity driving simulators. Located in the NSF MRI Driving Simulation Lab, the simulators are used for use in ground vehicle research and training applications. The fully integrated high fidelity driving simulator includes a customized 360° wrap around display (the first of its type installed in the United States) as well as a full-width automobile cabinet, complete with two side and one center rearview LCD mirrors.
Research is planned in the areas of transportation safety improvement, driver cognitive feedback, human factors, human machine interfaces, rehabilitation, and prosthesis, among other topics. Read more about the lab here.