Controlled interaction: strategies for using virtual reality to study perception.

  title={Controlled interaction: strategies for using virtual reality to study perception.},
  author={Frank H. Durgin and Zhi Li},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  volume={42 2},
Immersive virtual reality systems employing head-mounted displays offer great promise for the investigation of perception and action, but there are well-documented limitations to most virtual reality systems. In the present article, we suggest strategies for studying perception/action interactions that try to depend on both scale-invariant metrics (such as power function exponents) and careful consideration of the requirements of the interactions under investigation. New data concerning the… CONTINUE READING

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