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Central to any human effort in space is the fluent and reliable execution of technical, operational, ...

Central to any human effort in space is the fluent and reliable execution of technical, operational,
and scientific plans by astronauts. From current Shuttle and International Space Station missions to future planetary surface exploration efforts, unique planning challenges call for better tools that enable astronauts to execute complex tasks, often under shifting and unpredictable conditions.
To this end, our interdisciplinary team of five Carn- egie Mellon Master of Human-Computer Interac- tion students, working with the Human-Computer Interaction Group at NASA Ames Research Center, has been tasked to design, develop, and evaluate a prototype assisting real-time execution of human space missions.

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    A Mobile Execution Tool for Planetary Surface Missions A Mobile Execution Tool for Planetary Surface Missions Presentation Transcript

    • A U G U S T 2 , 2 010 / F I N A L P R E S E N TAT I O N A Mobile Execution Tool for the Exploration of Planetary Surfaces { Katy Linn Christine Wu Jesse Venticinque Jennifer Lu Noah Levin
    • MEET THE TEAM Katy Linn Project Coordinator :: Christine Wu Technical Lead Jesse Venticinque Jennifer Lu Design Lead User Research Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Noah Levin Web / Documentation Final Presentation 2
    • MEET THE CLIENT HCI Group NASA Ames Research Center :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 3
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 4
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION CLIENT’S CHARGE To design an efficient plan interface for real-time execution of human space missions :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 5
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Astronaut’s day is planned down to the minute :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 6
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Astronaut’s day is planned down to the minute Accomplish the maximum amount of work during these hours :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 7
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Astronaut’s day is planned down to the minute Accomplish the maximum amount of work during these hours The plan undergoes a lengthy creation and review process, bearing scrutiny from many roles :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 8
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION SCHEDULE JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL M AY Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES RESEARCH SYNTHESIS REPORT WRITING INTERVIEWS M AY RECOMMENDATIONS JUNE J U LY AUG RESEARCH ITERATION 2 ITERATION 3 ITERATION 4 PROTOTYPING DEVELOPMENT Final  Presentation Move  to  Moffett Present  Research DESIGN ITERATION 1 USER AND EXPERT EVALUATION METHODS DESIGN DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION OPERATIONAL READINESS TEST (ORT) TODAY! :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 9
    • BACKGROUND DEMO FEBRUARY JANUARY DESIGN PROCESS MARCH CONCLUSION APRIL M AY RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH SYNTHESIS REPORT WRITING INTERVIEWS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project RECOMMENDATIONS August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 10
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN JANUARY DEMO PROCESS FEBRUARY CONCLUSION MARCH Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES RESE INTERVIEWS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 10
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO JANUARY PROCESS FEBRUARY CONCLUSION MARCH Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES RESE INTERVIEWS 20 Papers Background knowledge to prepare for ethnographic research :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 11
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN JANUARY DEMO PROCESS FEBRUARY CONCLUSION MARCH Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES RESE INTERVIEWS 6 Planning and Execution Tools Understand current practices :: 12 Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN JANUARY DEMO PROCESS FEBRUARY CONCLUSION MARCH Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES RESE INTERVIEWS 6 Contextual Inquiries (25 People) Discover what is actually happening at work :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 13
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN JANUARY DEMO PROCESS FEBRUARY CONCLUSION MARCH Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES RESE INTERVIEWS 3 Interviews Reveal retrospective accounts of the workflow :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 14
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN JANUARY DEMO PROCESS FEBRUARY CONCLUSION MARCH Spring  Break RESEARCH KICK-OFF / SCOPE RESEARCH PLAN LITERATURE REVIEW COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS CONTEXTUAL INQUIRIES RESE INTERVIEWS Talked to 28 People Total :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 15
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN PLANNER :: DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ASTRONAUT Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 16
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN PLANNER :: DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ASTRONAUT Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 17
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION PLANNER Mission Planning is complex: resource, physical and sequential constraints :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 18
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION PLANNER Mission Planning is complex: resource, physical and sequential constraints Changing the plan is stressful & difficult, and requires multiple roles :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 19
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION PLANNER Mission Planning is complex: resource, physical and sequential constraints Changing the plan is stressful & difficult, and requires multiple roles Want the plan to be followed accurately :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 20
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN PLANNER :: DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ASTRONAUT Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ASTRONAUT Astronauts cannot follow the plan exactly :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 22
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ASTRONAUT Astronauts cannot follow the plan exactly They need a subset of information from the plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 23
    • BACKGROUND :: DESIGN DEMO PROCESS Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 CONCLUSION Final Presentation 24
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ASTRONAUT “The plan is just a suggestion...” Former astronaut (3/1/2010) :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 25
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION THE PLANNERS PLAN :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 26
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION THE ASTRONAUTS PLAN :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 27
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN 20 Literature Reviews 6 Competitive Analyses 6 Contextual Inquiries 3 Interviews :: DEMO } PROCESS CONCLUSION ~300 Findings Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 28
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Inflexible Plans fail to capture the variable nature of execution ! Any single representation of the plan fails to accommodate the varying needs and responsibilities across roles utilizing the plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 29
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Inflexible Plans fail to capture the variable nature of execution ! Any single representation of the plan fails to accommodate the varying needs and responsibilities across roles utilizing the plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 30
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Inflexible Plans Astronauts execute the plan out of order :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 31
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Inflexible Plans Astronauts execute the plan out of order Discrepancies arise between the plan and actual execution :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 32
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Inflexible Plans fail to capture the variable nature of execution ! Any single representation of the plan fails to accommodate the varying needs and responsibilities across roles utilizing the plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 33
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Single Representation of the Plan Planners and Astronauts need different kinds of information from the same plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 34
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Inflexible Plans fail to capture the variable nature of execution ! Any single representation of the plan fails to accommodate the varying needs and responsibilities across roles utilizing the plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 35
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ! Inflexible Plans fail to capture the variable nature of execution ! Any single representation of the plan fails to accommodate the varying needs and responsibilities across roles utilizing the plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 36
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution ! Single Representation of the Plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 37
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution ! Single Representation of the Plan Delta between plan and execution ! Inflexible Plans :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 38
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution ! Single Representation of the Plan Delta between plan and execution ! Inflexible Plans Autonomy when appropriate ! Inflexible Plans :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 39
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution ! Single Representation of the Plan Delta between plan and execution ! Inflexible Plans Autonomy when appropriate ! Inflexible Plans Glanceable and unobtrusive ! Single Representation of the Plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 40
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution ! Single Representation of the Plan Delta between plan and execution ! Inflexible Plans Autonomy when appropriate ! Inflexible Plans Glanceable and unobtrusive ! Single Representation of the Plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 41
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 42
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ECOSYSTEM DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION MISSION CONTROL INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION PERSONNEL PLANETARY SURFACE TOOLS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 43
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ECOSYSTEM DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION MISSION CONTROL INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION PERSONNEL PLANETARY SURFACE TOOLS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 44
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION MEET TIM BACKGROUND: EXPERIENCE: RESPONSIBILITY: GOALS: :: 38-year-old Astronaut (Geologist) Has extensive training and experience Explore planetary surfaces from vehicle Help make new science discoveries Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 45
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION MISSION DAY OVERVIEW DAILY PLANNING CONFERENCE 4 2 CRATER 1 BOULDER X WATER SITE BASECAMP 3 RILLE :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 46
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Traverse to different stations :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 47
    • BACKGROUND Traverse to different stations :: DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Egress at each site to perform EVA Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 48
    • BACKGROUND Traverse to different stations :: Egress at each site to perform EVA DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Complete scheduled activities Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 49
    • BACKGROUND Traverse to different stations :: Egress at each site to perform EVA DESIGN Complete scheduled activities DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Ingress after EVA Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 50
    • BACKGROUND Traverse to different stations :: Egress at each site to perform EVA DESIGN Complete scheduled activities DEMO Ingress after EVA PROCESS CONCLUSION Traverse to next station Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 51
    • BACKGROUND Traverse to different stations :: Egress at each site to perform EVA DESIGN Complete scheduled activities DEMO Ingress after EVA PROCESS Traverse to next station Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project CONCLUSION Collaborate to replan as needed August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 52
    • BACKGROUND Traverse to different stations :: Egress at each site to perform EVA DESIGN Complete scheduled activities DEMO Ingress after EVA PROCESS Traverse to next station Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project Collaborate to replan as needed August 2nd, 2010 CONCLUSION Return to basecamp on time Final Presentation 53
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION THE PLAN :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 54
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION APOLLO MISSION PLAN :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 55
    • BACKGROUND :: DESIGN DEMO PROCESS Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 CONCLUSION Final Presentation 56
    • BACKGROUND :: DESIGN DEMO PROCESS Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 CONCLUSION Final Presentation 57
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION INFORMATION HIERARCHY Header t Activity Lis iewer V Procedure :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 58
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution ! Single Representation of the Plan Delta between plan and execution ! Inflexible Plans Autonomy when appropriate ! Inflexible Plans Glanceable and unobtrusive ! Single Representation of the Plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 59
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 60
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution Segmentation of day’s plan :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 61
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Timeline optimized for execution Segmentation of day’s plan Integrated workflow :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 62
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta between plan and execution :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 63
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta between plan and execution Marcus Bains Notch :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 64
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta between plan and execution Marcus Bains Notch Time Left: Mission & Station :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 65
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Autonomy when appropriate :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 66
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Autonomy when appropriate Not time constrained :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 67
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Autonomy when appropriate Not time constrained Prioritization Backup Activities :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 68
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable and unobtrusive :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 69
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable and unobtrusive Large Text, High Contrast :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 70
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable and unobtrusive Large Text, High Contrast No unnecessary interactions :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 71
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 72
    • BACKGROUND :: DESIGN DEMO PROCESS Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 CONCLUSION Final Presentation 73
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION MISSION DAY 5 DAILY PLANNING CONFERENCE 4 2 CRATER 1 BOULDER X WATER SITE BASECAMP 3 RILLE Tim: Geologist Astronaut Goal: Investigate water site :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 74
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 75
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ITERATIVE DESIGN CYCLES :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 76
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ITERATIVE DESIGN CYCLES :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 76
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION RE FI NE E X P LO R E EXPLORE, THEN REFINE :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 77
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION RE FI NE E X P LO R E EXPLORE, THEN REFINE RESEARCH :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 77
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION RE FI NE E X P LO R E EXPLORE, THEN REFINE RESEARCH :: DESIGN & PROTOTYPING Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 77
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION RE FI NE E X P LO R E EXPLORE, THEN REFINE RESEARCH :: DESIGN & PROTOTYPING EVALUATION Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 77
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION RE FI NE E X P LO R E EXPLORE, THEN REFINE RESEARCH :: DESIGN & PROTOTYPING EVALUATION Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project DEVELOPMENT August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 77
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION EXPLORE, THEN REFINE RESEARCH :: DESIGN & PROTOTYPING EVALUATION Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project DEVELOPMENT August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 77
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION EXPLORE, THEN REFINE (RINSE & REPEAT) FIRST ITERATION SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION FINAL ITERATION EARLY SUMMER LATE SUMMER Research, Design & Prototyping Development & Evaluation RESEARCH :: DESIGN & PROTOTYPING EVALUATION Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project DEVELOPMENT August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 78
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION EXPLORATION METHODS Domain Research Metaphors Brainstorm Bodystorm Lo-Fi Sketches RESEARCH DESIGN & PROTOTYPING DESIGN & PROTOTYPING E PL X RE O DESIGN & PROTOTYPING DESIGN & PROTOTYPING :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 79
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS DOMAIN RESEARCH CONCLUSION RESEARCH Desert RATS, Paper & Electronic Cuff Checklist :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 80
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS METAPHORS CONCLUSION DESIGN & PROTOTYPING Explore planning and execution parallels: Robbing a bank, Football play, Third date :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 81
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS BRAINSTORM CONCLUSION DESIGN & PROTOTYPING Interface, Input/Output, Physical Form :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 82
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS BODYSTORM CONCLUSION DESIGN & PROTOTYPING Experienced physical constraints: Motorcycle safety gear :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 83
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS LO-FI SKETCHES CONCLUSION DESIGN & PROTOTYPING Non-Interactive, Used for Speed Dating: Split View, Station Centric, Bar Chart, Paper Towel :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 84
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION REFINEMENT METHODS Speed Dating EVALUATION Mid-Fi Wireframes Think Alouds EVALUATION Hi-Fi Prototypes DEVELOPMENT ORT EVALUATION DESIGN & PROTOTYPING REFIN E Operational Readiness Test :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 85
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS SPEED DATING CONCLUSION EVALUATION Needs validation: 4-5 minutes on each concept, wearable prototype :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 86
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS MID-FI WIREFRAMES CONCLUSION DESIGN & PROTOTYPING Interactive, Used for shared understanding Helped for quick and simple Think Alouds :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 87
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS THINK ALOUDS CONCLUSION EVALUATION Interaction exploration: Asked participants to externalize thoughts while completing a task :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 88
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS HI-FI PROTOTYPES HTML + Javascript CONCLUSION DEVELOPMENT Android Application Interactive, Used for Operational Readiness Tests :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 89
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS HI-FI PROTOTYPES CONCLUSION DEVELOPMENT Push buttons Arduino microcontroller, BlueSmirf bluetooth module :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 90
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS HI-FI PROTOTYPES CONCLUSION DEVELOPMENT Foam enclosure, cuff-mounted :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 91
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS ORT: Operational Readiness Test CONCLUSION EVALUATION 30 minute mock planetary exploration mission :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 92
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS ORT: Operational Readiness Test CONCLUSION EVALUATION Mission briefing & device training :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 93
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS ORT: Operational Readiness Test CONCLUSION EVALUATION Traverse from station to station :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 94
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS ORT: Operational Readiness Test CONCLUSION EVALUATION Perform activities Observations, sample collection, maintenance :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 95
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS ORT: Operational Readiness Test CONCLUSION EVALUATION Mission debrief & user feedback :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 96
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION SUMMARY OF METHODS Exploration • Domain Research • Metaphors • Brainstorm • Bodystorm • Lo-Fi Sketches EX :: PL OR E Refinement • Speed Dating • Mid-Fi Wireframes • Think Alouds • Hi-Fi Prototypes • ORT REFIN E Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 97
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION EVOLUTION OF KEY FEATURES FIRST ITERATION :: SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project FINAL ITERATION August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 98
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION EVOLUTION OF KEY FEATURES FIRST ITERATION :: SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project FINAL ITERATION August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 99
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO VISUAL DESIGN PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable It sure is bright out here :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 100
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS VISUAL DESIGN CONCLUSION Glanceable It sure is bright out here FIRST ITERATION :: SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 FINAL ITERATION Final Presentation 101
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS VISUAL DESIGN CONCLUSION Glanceable It sure is bright out here FIRST ITERATION SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION soft subtle colors :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project FINAL ITERATION bold high contrast August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 102
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN VISUAL DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable FIRST ITERATION “ The colors are really pale and non-contrast.” - Peer feedback :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 103
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN VISUAL DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable SECOND ITERATION “ The orange is hard to see. The text could be bigger, too.” - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 104
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN VISUAL DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable THIRD ITERATION “ I like how the text is big and easy to see.” - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 105
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN VISUAL DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Glanceable FINAL ITERATION “ I can walk and read this at the same time.” - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 106
    • BACKGROUND TIME DESIGN Glanceable DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta Time, served three ways :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 107
    • BACKGROUND TIME DESIGN Glanceable DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta Time, served three ways FIRST ITERATION SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION FINAL ITERATION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 108
    • BACKGROUND TIME DESIGN Glanceable DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta Time, served three ways GMT Station time left FIRST ITERATION SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION FINAL ITERATION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project Mission time left Station time left Marcus Bains Notch August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 109
    • BACKGROUND TIME DESIGN Glanceable DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta FIRST ITERATION “ 45 minutes out of what?” - Peer feedback :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 110
    • BACKGROUND TIME DESIGN Glanceable DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta SECOND ITERATION “ Is 0:05 minutes or seconds?” - ORT Participant “ I never used the current time for GMT” - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 111
    • BACKGROUND TIME DESIGN DEMO Glanceable PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta THIRD ITERATION “ I thought it was weird to see something counting up and another counting down. And I never used Time Elapsed.” “ Is 0:04 seconds or minutes.” - ORT Participant - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 112
    • BACKGROUND TIME DESIGN Glanceable DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION Delta FINAL ITERATION “ When I was ahead, I used the Mission Time Left. When I was behind, I used Station Time Left.” - ORT Participant “ If the text is red, I know, ‘oh, I’m Late!’” - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 113
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ACTIVITY LIST DEMO PROCESS Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Autonomy The story of Goldilocks :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 114
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ACTIVITY LIST DEMO PROCESS Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Autonomy The story of Goldilocks FIRST ITERATION SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION FINAL ITERATION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 115
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ACTIVITY LIST DEMO PROCESS Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Autonomy The story of Goldilocks FIRST ITERATION Beveled rendering Ambiguous & extraneous information SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION FINAL ITERATION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project Flat rendering Obvious & relevant information August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 116
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ACTIVITY LIST DEMO PROCESS Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Autonomy FIRST ITERATION “ How important is it that I do things in order?” - Peer Feedback :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 117
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ACTIVITY LIST DEMO PROCESS Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Autonomy SECOND ITERATION “ It’s not very obvious what the star means.” - ORT Participant :: “ I pretty much just did things in order.” - ORT Participant Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 118
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ACTIVITY LIST DEMO PROCESS Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Autonomy THIRD ITERATION “ It wastes a lot of time when I have to go back for the tools.” “ I can’t help but want to touch the blue bar!” - ORT Participant - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 119
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN ACTIVITY LIST DEMO PROCESS Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Autonomy FINAL ITERATION “ I never once touched the screen.” - ORT Participant “ I did backup activities first because I can do them while walking towards the formation. - Repeat ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 120
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS PROCEDURE VIEW Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Help is but one button away :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 121
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS PROCEDURE VIEW Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Help is but one button away FIRST ITERATION Not applicable SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION FINAL ITERATION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 122
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS PROCEDURE VIEW Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized Help is but one button away FIRST ITERATION Document view Blue highlight Not applicable SECOND ITERATION THIRD ITERATION Inline view Purple highlight FINAL ITERATION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 123
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS PROCEDURE VIEW Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized SECOND ITERATION “ I don’t know which procedure steps have notes” - ORT Participant :: “ I can’t see the procedure steps when I’m looking at notes.” - ORT Participant Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 124
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS PROCEDURE VIEW Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized THIRD ITERATION “ Sometimes I get confused about whether I’m looking at the Activity List or Procedure View.” - ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 125
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS PROCEDURE VIEW Glanceable CONCLUSION Timeline optimized FINAL ITERATION “ I really like what you guys did with the Activity View” - Repeat ORT Participant :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 126
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION COMPLETION STATUS? Status is already in the astronaut’s head Unnecessary externalization means mental load :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 127
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 128
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FINAL ORT RESULTS All participants returned minutes ahead of schedule Performed scheduled and backup activities :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 129
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FINAL ORT RESULTS No wasted time over forgotten equipment Reviewed activities during egress and ingress :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 130
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FINAL ORT RESULTS “ I can see this being useful in a long mission where you might forget things or when things might change.” NASA Scientist (6/22/2010) :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 131
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FINAL ORT RESULTS “ At this point, it’s just my personal taste, not the overall usability. I think it’s pretty great already.” Repeat ORT Participant (6/22/2010) :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 132
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION DESERT RATS FEEDBACK “ WOW! What you guys have here represents exactly how I think.” Desert RATS Geologist (6/22/2010) :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 133
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION DESERT RATS FEEDBACK “ LuMo is a great proof of concept for a digital cuff-mounted checklist.” Desert RATS Geologist (6/22/2010) :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 134
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION DESERT RATS FEEDBACK “ This looks interesting and novel. Would be interesting to see it developed further.” Desert RATS Engineer (6/18/2010) :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 135
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FUTURE WORK MISSION CONTROL INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION PLANETARY SURFACE PERSONNEL TOOLS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 136
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FUTURE WORK MISSION CONTROL INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION LuMo PLANETARY SURFACE PERSONNEL TOOLS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 137
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION LUMO Robustness under extreme conditions Collaboration between team members or teams :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 138
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FUTURE WORK MISSION CONTROL Onboard Plan Viewer INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION PLANETARY SURFACE PERSONNEL TOOLS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 139
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ONBOARD PLAN VIEWER LuMo+: Map View, Plan History, Partner’s Schedule :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 140
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FUTURE WORK MISSION CONTROL ISS Extravehicular Activities INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION PLANETARY SURFACE PERSONNEL TOOLS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 141
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION ISS EVA ACTIVITIES Optimize for ISS extravehicular activities: activities, procedures, and tools :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 142
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION FUTURE WORK MISSION CONTROL Plan Making Tools INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION PLANETARY SURFACE PERSONNEL TOOLS :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 143
    • BACKGROUND DESIGN DEMO PROCESS CONCLUSION PLAN MAKING TOOLS Create procedures and execution notes using a form Push plan updates in real-time :: Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 Final Presentation 144
    • BACKGROUND :: DESIGN DEMO PROCESS Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute :: Master’s Capstone Project August 2nd, 2010 CONCLUSION Final Presentation 145
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