An experimental investigation of distance perception in real vs. immersive virtual environments via direct blind walking in a high-fidelity model of the same room

@inproceedings{Interrante2004AnEI,
  title={An experimental investigation of distance perception in real vs. immersive virtual environments via direct blind walking in a high-fidelity model of the same room},
  author={Victoria Interrante and Lee Anderson and Brian Ries},
  booktitle={APGV},
  year={2004}
}
Numerous studies have reported evidence of a compression of egocentric distance perception in immersive virtual environments (IVEs). Motivated by the long-term goal of exploring the potential of IVEs for facilitating the process of conceptual design in architecture, we set out to investigate possible methods for facilitating a more accurate perception of egocentric distance in these environments. In this poster we describe the results of our recent experiment comparing distance perception, as… CONTINUE READING