Do We Need Actual Walking in VR? Leaning with Actual Rotation Might Suffice for Efficient Locomotion

Thinh Nguyen-Vo, Bernhard Riecke E., Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Duc-Minh Pham, Ernst Kruijff
Poster presented at the Spatial Cognition 2018 - 2018, Poster
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Abstract

In order to go beyond restricted tracked spaces, locomotion interfaces are used, however, some of them provide minimal motion cues which reduces movement fidelity and even causes motion sickness. We aim to investigate how translational cues affect the efficiency of a navigational search task in VR.

BibTex references

@Misc{NRSPK18,
  author       = {Nguyen-Vo, Thinh and Riecke E., Bernhard and Stuerzlinger, Wolfgang and Pham, Duc-Minh and Kruijff, Ernst},
  title        = {Do We Need Actual Walking in VR? Leaning with Actual Rotation Might Suffice for Efficient Locomotion},
  howpublished = {Poster presented at the Spatial Cognition 2018},
  year         = {2018},
  note         = {Poster},
}

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