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The relationship between presence and performance in virtual environments: results of a VERTS study

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Understanding the conditions under which virtual environment (VE) users experience a sense of presence may, in the long term, yield valuable insights into human cognition and psychology. More immediately, however, the general assumption is that a sense of presence impacts a user's ability to perform a task and, therefore, that insights into presence offer a potential payoff in terms of task performance. This paper describes a recent study that investigated the possible relationship between presence and task performance in VEs.

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Virtual Reality, 2003. Proceedings. IEEE

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22-26 March 2003

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