A Threefold Approach for Precise and Efficient Locomotion in Virtual Environments with Varying Accessibility

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Abstract

This poster details the design and evaluation of Locomotion3 - a framework that allows users to freely alternate between real walking, walking-in-place (WIP), and a skateboard metaphor depending on whether navigation requires efficiency, precision, or both. The user study compared the framework to WIP locomotion and the skateboard metaphor and found that Locomotion3 achieves a balance between the efficiency of the skateboard metaphor and the precision of WIP locomotion.
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This poster details the design and evaluation of Locomotion3 - a framework that allows users to freely alternate between real walking, walking-in-place (WIP), and a skateboard metaphor depending on whether navigation requires efficiency, precision, or both. The user study compared the framework to WIP locomotion and the skateboard metaphor and found that Locomotion3 achieves a balance between the efficiency of the skateboard metaphor and the precision of WIP locomotion.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication Virtual Reality (VR), 2018
PublisherIEEE Press
Publication date2018
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Publication categoryResearch
Peer-reviewedYes
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