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Vestibular Cues and Virtual Environments: Choosing the Magnitude of the Vestibular Cue

Vestibular Cues and Virtual Environments: Choosing the Magnitude of the Vestibular Cue,10.1109/VR.1999.756956,Laurence R. Harris,Michael Jenkin,Daniel

Vestibular Cues and Virtual Environments: Choosing the Magnitude of the Vestibular Cue   (Citations: 7)
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The design of virtual environments usually concentrateson constructing a realistic visual simulation andignores the non-visual cues normally associated withmoving through an environment. The lack of the normalcomplement of cues may contribute to cybersicknessand may a#ect operator performance. In #5# wedescribed the e#ect of adding vestibular cues duringpassive linear motion and showed an unexpected dominanceof the vestibular cue in determining the magnitudeof the perceived motion....
Conference: Virtual Reality - VR , pp. 229-236, 1999
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