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How to Build an Embodiment Lab: Achieving Body Representation Illusions in Virtual Reality
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We use the term “virtual embodiment” (or just “embodiment”) to describe the physical process that employs the VR hardware and software to substitute a person’s body with a virtual one. Expand
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Avatar Embodiment. Towards a Standardized Questionnaire
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This paper proposes a standard questionnaire to measure embodiment to self-avatars in VR (see Appendix 2 in Supplementary Material for the ready to print questionnaire). Expand
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A threat to a virtual hand elicits motor cortex activation
We report an experiment where participants observed an attack on their virtual body as experienced in an immersive virtual reality (IVR) system. Participants sat by a table with their right handExpand
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The contribution of real-time mirror reflections of motor actions on virtual body ownership in an immersive virtual environment
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This paper reports an experiment that investigated people's body ownership of an avatar that was observed in a virtual mirror. Expand
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Model of Illusions and Virtual Reality
In Virtual Reality (VR) it is possible to induce illusions in which users report and behave as if they have entered into altered situations and identities. The effect can be robust enough forExpand
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The uncanny valley of haptics
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Enhanced haptic feedback incongruent with other sensory cues can reduce subjective realism. Expand
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Violating body movement semantics: Neural signatures of self-generated and external-generated errors
How do we recognize ourselves as the agents of our actions? Do we use the same error detection mechanisms to monitor self-generated vs. externally imposed actions? Using event-related brainExpand
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Virtual reality for assessment of patients suffering chronic pain: a case study
The study of body representation and ownership has been a very active research area in recent years. Synchronous multisensory stimulation has been used for the induction of the illusion of ownershipExpand
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Motor imagery based brain-computer interface: A study of the effect of positive and negative feedback
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Co-adaptation between the human brain and computers is an important issue in brain-computer interface (BCI) research. Expand
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Empowering patients to perform physical therapy at home
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In this paper we address the problem of patient adherence to physical therapy using a sensor-enabled virtual reality gaming interface that motivates users to complete their exercises while collecting quantitative data. Expand
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