Does constraining field of view prevent extraction of geometric cues for humans during virtual-environment reorientation?

@article{Sturz2013DoesCF,
  title={Does constraining field of view prevent extraction of geometric cues for humans during virtual-environment reorientation?},
  author={Bradley Sturz and Zachary A Kilday and Kent D. Bodily},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes},
  year={2013},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={390-6}
}
Environment size has been shown to influence the reliance on local and global geometric cues during reorientation. Unless changes in environment size are produced by manipulating length and width proportionally, changes in environment size are confounded by the amount of the environment that is visible from a single vantage point. Yet, the influence of the amount of the environment that is visible from any single vantage point on the use of local and global geometric cues remains unknown. We… CONTINUE READING

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