Spatial Updating of Self-Position and Orientation During Real, Imagined, and Virtual Locomotion

@inproceedings{Klatzky1998SpatialUO,
  title={Spatial Updating of Self-Position and Orientation During Real, Imagined, and Virtual Locomotion},
  author={Roberta L. Klatzky and Jack M. Loomis and Andrew C. Beall and Sarah S. Chance and Reginald G. Golledge},
  year={1998}
}
Two studies investigated updating of self-position and heading during real, imagined, and simulated locomotion. Subjects were exposed to a two-segment path with a turn between segments; they responded by turning to face the origin as they would if they had walked the path and were at the end of the second segment. The conditions of pathway exposure included physical walking, imagined walking from a verbal description, watching another person walk, and experiencing optic flow that simulated… CONTINUE READING
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