Evaluating the Importance of Multi-sensory Input on Memory and the Sense of Presence in Virtual Environments

@inproceedings{Dinh1999EvaluatingTI,
  title={Evaluating the Importance of Multi-sensory Input on Memory and the Sense of Presence in Virtual Environments},
  author={Huong Q. Dinh and Neff Walker and Larry F. Hodges and Chang Song and Akira Kobayashi},
  booktitle={VR},
  year={1999}
}
322 subjects participated in an experimental study to investigate the effects of tactile, olfactory, audio and visual sensory cues on a participant's sense of presence in a virtual environment and on their memory for the environment and the objects in that environment. Results strongly indicate that increasing the modalities of sensory input in a virtual environment can increase both the sense of presence and memory for objects in the environment. In particular, the addition of tactile… CONTINUE READING
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