Psychological and physiological human responses to simulated and real environments: A comparison between Photographs, 360° Panoramas, and Virtual Reality.

@article{HigueraTrujillo2017PsychologicalAP,
  title={Psychological and physiological human responses to simulated and real environments: A comparison between Photographs, 360° Panoramas, and Virtual Reality.},
  author={Juan Luis Higuera-Trujillo and Juan L{\'o}pez-Tarruella Maldonado and Carmen Llinares Mill{\'a}n},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2017},
  volume={65},
  pages={
          398-409
        }
}
Psychological research into human factors frequently uses simulations to study the relationship between human behaviour and the environment. Their validity depends on their similarity with the physical environments. This paper aims to validate three environmental-simulation display formats: photographs, 360° panoramas, and virtual reality. To do this we compared the psychological and physiological responses evoked by simulated environments set-ups to those from a physical environment setup; we… CONTINUE READING
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