科学美国人60秒:头戴眼镜仍然会让司机分神
日期:2014-10-22 16:10

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You don't need to be in a car crash or to see the horrifying safety statistics to know that you should never text while driving.
你不需要经历车祸或亲眼目睹令人胆战心惊的安全统计数字就明白驾驶时候一定不要发信息T(JD&kDh~i=~aYIp)7
A driver simply cannot look at both a smartphone screen and the road at the same time.
因为司机不可能看着手机屏幕的同时还关注路况BNH]0N#K+f^@mdPXWt)
Taking your eyes off the road for even five seconds at 55 miles per hour is like driving the length of a football field blindfolded.
时速55英里的速度驾驶,你的眼睛即使离开路面5秒钟就好像闭眼驾车通过了一个足球场大小的距离@R!t1~4001GnlA6
But could a head-mounted, voice-controlled display like Google Glass solve the distracted-driving problem?
但像谷歌眼镜那样的头戴显示器、语音控制设备就能够解决开车分神的问题吗?

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In a word, “No,” according to a recent University of Central Florida study.
佛罗里达中央大学最近一项研究得出的结论是根本不能oIKh*~y6giCB_)#*
Researchers found that drivers in a simulator reacted slowly to sudden traffic emergencies regardless of whether they were thumbing texts into their smartphones or dictating them to Google Glass.
研究人员发现当戴着模拟装置时,不管司机们是用智能手机还是戴着谷歌眼镜,对突如其来的应急交通状况反应要明显慢udrs)X4ugP4&Gnb~&Xu0
Glass-wearing drivers did recover more quickly from near accidents than hand-texters.
但戴着眼镜确实比攥着手机更能快速对附近的意外事件作出反应3yK10%jd_3mulF9Ty
Could be because they weren't fishing around on the floor for their dropped smartphone.
原因可能是他们并没有四处摸索掉在地上的手机DCTR;V*T.lePhQKr
The real problem is driver multitasking.
真正的关键是司机要处理多项任务srVaeR2d~,x
Texting is especially problematic because it involves simultaneous manual, visual and cognitive distraction.
特别是发信息的问题,因为会让手、眼及认知上出现分神FsIQA|DY1-]ml&C_QEVK
Glass doesn't completely eliminate the problem because simply looking at the road doesn't necessarily mean you're paying attention to it.
这种头戴眼镜不能完全解决分神问题是因为它只让人盯着路面而并没有百分百关注+,o1;f~rkEW]h)&A~&
词语解释

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1.need to 需要

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You need to touch up the poem.
你需要给这首诗润色一下No[P-Rpm~#%dnXx

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I must alert him to the need to solve the problem.
我必须使他认识到解决这问题的必要性]tn2E39TFm0^AB+]^e

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2.car crash 车祸;汽车碰撞

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The millionaire was killed in a car crash after driving at high speed throughLondon.
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Almost every Chinese family we know here in New Jersey has at least one femaledriver who has been involved in a car crash.
据我所知,几乎所有在新泽西的中国家庭至少有一个女性驾驶员会有过车祸O!l(FSrrFmcoeb6z

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3.football field 足球场

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Or you're running down the football field when you notice that your legs rubtogether in a way they never did before.
或者你从足球场上跑下来时,发现自己的双腿摩擦在一起,可以前从没这样过(duxW.U9OD0Br!Bf_T2

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In theory, the Army could use such a system to approach targets covertly and drill through concrete, steel, wood, or other materials from a stand-off distance equal to the length of a football field.
理论上,美国陆军将利用该系统实现某些目标,既通过远距离(超过一个足球场的距离)的设备对混凝土、钢铁、木头以及其他材料进行隐蔽的击穿作业eMe(n%OuaL7PKl

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重点单词
  • concreteadj. 具体的,实质性的,混凝土的 n. 水泥,混凝土
  • solvev. 解决,解答
  • cognitiveadj. 认知的,认识的,有认识力的
  • screenn. 屏,幕,银幕,屏风 v. 放映,选拔,掩蔽,遮蔽
  • problematicadj. 问题的,有疑问的
  • displayn. 显示,陈列,炫耀 vt. 显示,表现,夸示
  • approachn. 接近; 途径,方法 v. 靠近,接近,动手处理
  • simultaneousadj. 同时发生的,同步的
  • eliminatev. 除去,剔除; 忽略
  • alertadj. 警觉的,灵敏的 n. 警戒,警报 vt. 警惕