Heart-Rate Variability and Event-Related ECG in Virtual

  • Guger, Edlinger, +6 authors Slater
  • Published 2004


Beside standard questionnaires physiological measures can be used to describe the state of Presence in a virtual environment. A total of 21 participants explored a virtual bar in a CAVE like system. The experiment was divided into a baseline-, trainingand experimental phase. During the experimental phase breaks in presence (BIPS) in form of whiteouts of the… (More)

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