2 edition of Effect of viewing conditions on sickness and distance estimation in a virtual environment found in the catalog.
Effect of viewing conditions on sickness and distance estimation in a virtual environment
Jennifer A. Ehrlich
by U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Alexandria, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Jennifer A. Ehrlich.|
|Series||Technical report -- 1112., Technical report (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences) -- 1112.|
|Contributions||U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Background The increasing popularity of commercial movies showing three dimensional (3D) images has raised concern about possible adverse side effects on viewers. Methods and Findings A prospective carryover observational study was designed to assess the effect of exposure (3D vs. 2D movie views) on self reported symptoms of visually induced motion sickness. We examined the roles of information from optic flow and body senses (eg vestibular and proprioceptive information) for path integration, using a triangle completion task in a virtual environment. In two experiments, the contribution of optic flow was isolated by using a joystick control.
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Effects of Field of View on Performance with Head-Mounted Displays by Kevin Wayne Arthur A dissertation submitted to the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in. Estimation of distances in virtual environments using size constancy.
International Journal of Virtual Reality 8, 1, Google Scholar Cross Ref; Naceri, A., and Chellali, R. The effect of isolated disparity on depth perception in real and virtual environments.
In Virtual Reality Short Papers and Posters (VRW), IEEE, The effect of viewing a virtual environment through a head-mounted display on balance. Gait Post – ().
Article Google ScholarCited by: In this paper we compare two virtual reality systems in a variety of tasks: distance estimation, virtual object interaction, a complex search task, and a simple viewing experiment.
The virtual reality systems center around two different head-mounted displays, a low-cost Oculus Rift and a high-cost Nvis SX60, which differ in resolution, field-of. Recent proliferation of available virtual reality (VR) tools has seen increased use in psychological research. This is due to a number of advantages afforded over traditional experimental apparatus such as tighter control of the environment and the possibility of creating more ecologically valid stimulus presentation and response protocols.
At the same time, higher levels of immersion and Cited by: I had a strong sense of presence in the virtual environment.
I think it was very real when I moved within the virtual environment. (SD = ) Immersion (Trevino & Webster, ) 1.
When interacting with virtual reality, I concentrated my attention on the virtual environment. A VR system for vehicles that may implement methods that address problems with vehicles in motion that may result in motion sickness for passengers.
The VR system may provide virtual views that match visual cues with the physical motions that a passenger experiences. The VR system may provide immersive VR experiences by replacing the view of the real world with virtual environments.
Consumer-grade virtual reality is steadily getting lighter, cheaper, and more polished, but it still has a number of technical hurdles to overcome to truly reach its mass consumer potential. Fortunately, renewed interest in virtual reality the past few years has led to an influx of investments in the field, which should accelerate uncovering solutions.
As described above, embodiments of the VR system may project virtual content for viewing at a distance from the passenger (e.g., outside and some distance in front of the vehicle) so that the virtual content appears as a distant object stabilized or fixed in the external environment while visual cues of the real environment are moving in the.
There are increasing new advances in virtual reality technologies as well as a rise in learning virtual environments for which several studies highlighted the pedagogical value, knowledge transfer, and learners’ engaged-behaviors. Moreover, the notion of user experience is now abundant in the scientific literature without the fact that there are specific models for immersive environments.
Perception of visual unnaturalness can arise from various motion cue conflicts. Under natural viewing conditions, the perceived size of an object follows linear perspective rules (e.g., an object moving toward the viewer enlarges in retinal projection), and the visual system utilizes this to estimate object motion in depth.
Immersive virtual reality is a hypothetical future technology that exists today as virtual reality art projects, for the most part. It consists of immersion in an artificial environment where the user feels just as immersed as they usually feel in everyday life. Direct interaction of the nervous system.
The most considered method would be to induce the sensations that made up the virtual. Keywords: virtual reality, virtual world, manufacturing environment, variant approach Constructing and managing complex virtual worlds for manufacturing applications 61 61 1.
View full-text Article. The addition of these groups enables us to estimate the contribution of any nocebo effect to the complaints of adverse side effects of 3D viewing.
Grouping together all 65 participants in the D + E ‘fake 3D’ groups, the adverse effect rate was A fake3D = 6/65 = %. Motion parallax refers to the fact that objects moving at a constant speed across the frame will appear to move a greater amount if they are closer to an observer (or camera) than they would if they were at a greater distance.
This phenomenon is true whether it is the object itself that is moving or the observer/camera that is moving relative to the object. Participants reported estimates of distance and slope of terrain in three different Virtual Environments (VEs): 1) Earth terrain with a normal earth-like Rayleigh scatter atmosphere (Earth-VE), 2.
EMF exposure intensity decreases as you increase your distance from the object that’s sending out waves. Some common sources of EMFs, from low- to. Session: IEEE Virtual Reality Papers Teleporting through Virtual Environments: Effects of Path Scale and Environment Scale on Spatial Updating.
Jonathan Kelly, Iowa State University, USA Alec Ostrander, Iowa State University, USA Alex Lim, Iowa State University, USA Lucia Cherep, Iowa State University, USA Stephen Gilbert, Iowa State University, USA.
Participants in the immersive virtual environment (IVE) viewed the world through an nVisor SX head-mounted display (HMD), a fully immersive virtual reality helmet that allows for three-dimensional stereoscopic views of a rendered environment at a resolution of × pixels and a field-of-view of degrees diagonal.
Under these conditions, sound can bounce between the gradient and the ground, forming regions of higher and lower sound intensity. Also, as sound propagates through air, the air absorbs energy from the sound wave, attenuating (weakening) it.
The effect is significant only at frequencies above 2 k Hz, and increases with frequency. This is the. Methods The study used a fully immersive virtual reality (VR) system interfaced with a three-dimensional movement measurement system so that the actual crossing behaviour of 7–year-old children under different traffic conditions could be precisely measured.
Relating outcomes to that which would have been obtained based on using the approach of estimating walking speed and assuming a.quire extensive movement through an environment. We provide a detailed description of this system, and report an experiment examining distance estimation in virtual environments that illustrates the utility of the HIVE.
Behavior Research Methods39 (4), D. Waller, [email protected] The effects of using standard non-wearable displays have been relatively well-established as the computer vision syndrome. Regarding HMD, previous studies have examined its effects on visual perception (e.g., flicker fusion frequency, distance estimation), subjective comfort (e.g., fatigue, comfort), and visual acuity.