Yun Ling

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stereoscopic viewing on presence, anxiety and cybersickness in a virtual reality environment for public speaking. 1 Correspondence to y.ling@tudelft.nl. stereoscopic viewing on presence, anxiety and cybersickness in a virtual reality environment for public speaking. Abstract In this study, we addressed the effect of stereoscopy on presence, anxiety and(More)
In many environmental monitoring applications, since the data periodically sensed by wireless sensor networks usually are of high temporal redundancy, prediction-based data aggregation is an important approach for reducing redundant data communications and saving sensor nodes' energy. In this paper, a novel prediction-based data collection protocol is(More)
People experience different levels of presence (e.g. Moody, & Wilson, 2008) even though they are immersed in the same virtual environment setting. In the current study, we raised the question how differences in individual characteristics might relate to differences in sensed presence for a virtual environment related to public speaking. The individual(More)
To test whether synthetic emotions expressed by a virtual human elicit positive or negative emotions in a human conversation partner and affect satisfaction towards the conversation, an experiment was conducted where the emotions of a virtual human were manipulated during both the listening and speaking phase of the dialogue. Twenty-four participants were(More)
PURPOSE Due to the rapid growth of Shanghai city to 20 million residents, the balance between healthcare supply and demand has become an important issue. The local government hopes to ameliorate this problem by developing an image-enabled electronic healthcare record (EHR) sharing mechanism between certain hospitals. This system is designed to enable(More)