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Alternative TitleThe Influence of Locomotion on Scene Recognition in the Immersive Virtual Reality Environment
刘书青; 张慧; 牟炜民
Source Publication人类工效学
Keyword沉浸式虚拟现实环境 沉浸式虚拟现实技术 空间更新 运动 场景识别
Subject Area认知心理学
NoteThe present study investigated the influence of locomotion on scene recognition and the validity of immersive virtual reality technology in scene recognition research.The inter group variable was test view(familiar view vs.novel view),and the within group variable was table condition(table stationary vs.table rotated).The results were as follows: First,the viewpoint dependent effect meant performance at the familiar test view was better than performance at the novel test view.Second,the spatial updating effect indicated that participants was more accurate when the table were stationary than when the table was rotated.Third,the experiment in the immersed virtual reality environment got the same result pattern with that in the physical environment,suggesting VR technology is a very effective method to do research on the scene recognition studies.
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author刘书青
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刘书青,张慧,牟炜民. 沉浸式虚拟现实环境下走动对场景识别的影响[J]. 人类工效学,2009,15(1):006-010.
APA 刘书青,张慧,&牟炜民.(2009).沉浸式虚拟现实环境下走动对场景识别的影响.人类工效学,15(1),006-010.
MLA 刘书青,et al."沉浸式虚拟现实环境下走动对场景识别的影响".人类工效学 15.1(2009):006-010.
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