Using virtual reality environments to aid spatial awareness in disabled children

@inproceedings{Stanton1996UsingVR,
  title={Using virtual reality environments to aid spatial awareness in disabled children},
  author={Danae Stanton and Paul N. Wilson and Nigel Foreman},
  year={1996}
}
Several spatial tasks were presented to subjects in computer simulated environments to ascertain whether spatial skills could be trained and enhanced using this medium. Studies carried out at Leicester University have demonstrated that exploration of a simulated building by disabled and able bodied subjects allows them to acquire considerable information about the spatial layout of that specific building. The present studies extended these earlier findings. In Experiment 1, transfer of spatial… CONTINUE READING

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