Corpus ID: 18163487

A Communication Task in HMD Virtual Environments: Speaker and Listener Movement Improves Communication

@inproceedings{Dodds2010ACT,
  title={A Communication Task in HMD Virtual Environments: Speaker and Listener Movement Improves Communication},
  author={Trevor J. Dodds and B. Mohler and H. B{\"u}lthoff},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper we present an experiment which investigates the influence of animated real-time self-avatars in immersive virtual environments on a communication task. [...] Key Result These results suggest that when two people in a virtual environment are animated then they do use gestures to communicate.Expand
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