Putting the Virtual into Reality: Assessing Object-Presence with Projection-Augmented Models

@article{Stevens2002PuttingTV,
  title={Putting the Virtual into Reality: Assessing Object-Presence with Projection-Augmented Models},
  author={Brett Stevens and Jennifer Jerrams-Smith and David Heathcote and David Callear},
  journal={Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments},
  year={2002},
  volume={11},
  pages={79-92}
}
A projection-augmented model is a type of nonimmersive, coincident haptic and visual display that uses a physical model as a three-dimensional screen for projected visual information. Supporting all physiological depth cues and two sensory modalities should create a strong sense of the object's existence. However, conventional measures of presence have been defined only for displays that surround and isolate a user from the real world. The idea of object-presence is thus suggested to measure… CONTINUE READING
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