Maxwell J. Wells

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Thirty participants explored two virtual mazes. Half of the participants used a hand-controller (joystick); the other half used the Virtual Motion Controller (VMC), a body-controller interface. Maneuvering performance, as measured by the precision with which subjects followed a marked route, was slightly better with the joystick. Route learning, as measured(More)
A device is described for simulating pedestrian movement in virtual reality. The device is based on the concept of " sufficient motion, " in which the simulator affords just enough movement in the real world to create a sense of reality in the virtual world. The paper describes the concept, and discusses some preliminary results obtained with a(More)
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