Investigating the impact of perturbed visual and proprioceptive information in near-field immersive virtual environment
2015 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR) (2015)
Arles, Camargue, Provence, France
March 23, 2015 to March 27, 2015
Elham Ebrahimi , Clemson University
Bliss M. Altenhoff , Clemson University
Christopher C. Pagano , Clemson University
Sabarish V. Babu , Clemson University
J. Adam Jones , Clemson University
We report the results of an empirical evaluation to examine the carryover effects of calibrations to one of three perturbations of visual and proprioceptive feedback: i) Minus condition (−20% gain) in which a visual stylus appeared at 80% of the distance of a physical stylus, ii) Neutral condition (0% gain) in which a visual stylus was co-located with a physical stylus, and iii) Plus condition (+20% gain) in which the visual stylus appeared at 120% of the distance of the physical stylus. Feedback was shown to calibrate distance judgments quickly within an IVE, with estimates being farthest after calibrating to visual information appearing nearer (Minus condition), and nearest after calibrating to visual information appearing further (Plus condition).
Calibration, Visualization, Electronic mail, Virtual environments, Three-dimensional displays, Estimation
E. Ebrahimi, B. M. Altenhoff, C. C. Pagano, S. V. Babu and J. A. Jones, "Investigating the impact of perturbed visual and proprioceptive information in near-field immersive virtual environment," 2015 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR), Arles, Camargue, Provence, France, 2015, pp. 171-172.