Using a large projection screen as an alternative to head-mounted displays for virtual environments

@inproceedings{Rader2000UsingAL,
  title={Using a large projection screen as an alternative to head-mounted displays for virtual environments},
  author={Emilee J. Rader and Dennis Cosgrove and Aleksandra Slavkovic and Jennifer Ann Rode and Thom Verratti and Greg Chiselko},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2000}
}
Head-mounted displays for virtual environments facilitate an immersive experience that seems more real than an experience provided by a desk-top monitor [18]; however, the cost of head-mounted displays can prohibit their use. An empirical study was conducted investigating differences in spatial knowledge learned for a virtual environment presented in three viewing conditions: head-mounted display, large projection screen, and desk-top monitor. Participants in each condition were asked to… CONTINUE READING
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