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Virtual reality system effects on size-distance judgements in a virtual environment

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3 Author(s)
R. G. Eggleston ; Armstrong Lab., Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, USA ; W. P. Janson ; K. A. Aldrich

The paper provides an assessment of how selected properties of a virtual reality system impact size-distance judgments in a virtual environment. Manipulations are made in viewing conditions (biocular vs. stereoscopic), image resolution, field of view, scene contrast and target distance, while subjects attempt to match the attributes of a comparison object with a standard object. General findings suggest that under more natural viewing conditions, size-distance judgements in virtual environments differ from those found previously in physical environments whereas, under impoverished conditions, performance differences between the two environments are similar

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Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium, 1996., Proceedings of the IEEE 1996

Date of Conference:

30 Mar-3 Apr 1996