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2018 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR) (2018)
Tuebingen/Reutlingen, Germany
March 18, 2018 to March 22, 2018
ISBN: 978-1-5386-3366-3
pp: 675-676
Andreas N. Ryge , Aalborg University Copenhagen
Casper Vollmers , Aalborg University Copenhagen
Jonatan S. Hvass , Aalborg University Copenhagen
Lars K. Andersen , Aalborg University Copenhagen
Theis Berthelsen , Aalborg University Copenhagen
Jon R. Bruun-Pedersen , Aalborg University Copenhagen
Niels C. Nilsson , Aalborg University Copenhagen
Rolf Nordahl , Aalborg University Copenhagen
ABSTRACT
Most virtual reality (VR) applications require the user to travel through the virtual environment (VE). However, some users are susceptible to cybersickness, and this issue is particularly prominent if the user is physically stationary while virtually moving. One approach to minimizing cybersickness is to rotate the user in discrete steps. This poster presents a between-subjects study (n=42) comparing this approach to smooth virtual rotation. The results revealed a statistically significant increase in self-reported sickness after exposure to the VE in case of both conditions. No statistically significant differences between the two conditions were found.
INDEX TERMS
Visualization, Three-dimensional displays, User interfaces, Virtual environments, Task analysis, Cloud computing
CITATION

A. N. Ryge et al., "A Preliminary Investigation of the Effects of Discrete Virtual Rotation on Cybersickness," 2018 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), Tuebingen/Reutlingen, Germany, 2018, pp. 675-676.
doi:10.1109/VR.2018.8446206
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