Dr. Razia Oden was a co-author on two papers presented at the Army Science Conference last week through work conducted at her previous job as a post-doctoral research fellow at the Army Research Lab in Orlando, FL. One of the papers, Evaluation of Stereoscopic Displays for Indirect-Vision Driving and Robot Teleoperation, was awarded Best Paper in the Behavioral Sciences and Human Performance Session. The paper gave details of a three-part experiment conducted comparing 2D and 3D systems as well as comparing various 3D systems among themselves for indirect-vision driving, such as when driving while looking at a display as opposed to the real world (e.g., a periscope), and robot teleoperation, which is operating a robot from a distance using a display rather than viewing the actual robot and course. The other authors on the paper were Drs. Jessie Y.C. Chen and Julie M. Drexler of the Army Research Lab, and Mr. John O. Merritt of The Merritt Group.