Spatial Orientation and Wayfinding in Large-Scale Virtual Spaces II: Guest Editors' Introduction

  title={Spatial Orientation and Wayfinding in Large-Scale Virtual Spaces II: Guest Editors' Introduction},
  author={Rudy Darken and Terry Allard and Lisa B. Achille},
Few things are as fundamental to the human experience as the interaction between humans and their environment—be it physical or virtual. A critical element of this interaction involves movement through space. We know that what we often refer to as navigation is not merely physical translation through a space, termed locomotion or travel, but that there is also a cognitive element, often referred to as wayfinding, that involves issues such as mental representations, route planning, and distance… CONTINUE READING
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