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PRESENCE
2010
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Effects of P300-Based BCI Use on Reported Presence in a Virtual Environment
Brain–computer interfaces (BCIs) are becoming more and more popular as an input device for virtual worlds and computer games. Depending on their function, a major drawback is th...
Christoph Groenegress, Clemens Holzner, Christoph ...
PRESENCE
2010
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Using a P300 Brain-Computer Interface in an Immersive Virtual Environment
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) provide a novel form of human-computer interaction. The purpose of these systems is to aid disabled people by aording them the possibility of com...
Michael Donnerer, Anthony Steed
PRESENCE
2008
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Effects of Stereo Viewing Conditions on Distance Perception in Virtual Environments
Several studies from different research groups investigating perception of absolute, egocentric distances in virtual environments have reported a compression of the intended size ...
Peter Willemsen, Amy Ashurst Gooch, William B. Tho...
CHI
2004
ACM
10 years 6 days ago
Measuring presence in virtual environments
The effectiveness of virtual environments (VEs) has often been linked to the sense of presence reported by users of those VEs. (Presence is defined as the subjective experience of...
Rod McCall, Shaleph O'Neill, Fiona Carroll
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