The effect of visual display properties and gain presentation mode on the perceived naturalness of virtual walking speeds

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Individuals tend to find realistic walking speeds too slow when relying on treadmill walking or Walking-In-Place (WIP) techniques for virtual travel. This paper details three studies investigating the effects of visual display properties and gain presentation mode on the perceived naturalness of virtual walking speeds: The first study compared three… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/VR.2015.7223328

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@article{Nilsson2015TheEO, title={The effect of visual display properties and gain presentation mode on the perceived naturalness of virtual walking speeds}, author={Niels C. Nilsson and Stefania Serafin and Rolf Nordahl}, journal={2015 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR)}, year={2015}, pages={81-88} }