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Passive haptic feedback provides an inexpensive and convenient approach to virtual touch. However, this approach requires that all virtual objects represented by physical props. In this paper we present change blindness haptic remapping—a novel approach that leverages change blindness to map two or more virtual objects onto a single physical prop. We describe a preliminary evaluation comparing the proposed approach to a control condition where all virtual objects where mapped to physical props. The study revealed no notable differences in terms of the participants’ experience and less than one fourth of the participants noticed the manipulation. However, the participants did perform interaction errors when exposed to haptic remapping. Based on the findings, we discuss improvements to the proposed approach and potential directions for future work.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality
ForlagIEEE
Publikationsdato2019
StatusUdgivet - 2019
Begivenhed2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality - Osaka, Japan
Varighed: 23 mar. 201923 mar. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 5th

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Workshop2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality
Nummer5th
LandJapan
ByOsaka
Periode23/03/201923/03/2019

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Lohse, A. L., Kjær, C., Hamulic, E., Lima, I., Jensen, T. H., Bruni, L. E., & Nilsson, N. C. (2019). Leveraging Change Blindness for Haptic Remapping in Virtual Environments. I 2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality IEEE.
Lohse, Andreas Lindgaard ; Kjær, Christoffer ; Hamulic, Ervin ; Lima, Ingrid ; Jensen, Tilde Højgård ; Bruni, Luis Emilio ; Nilsson, Niels Christian. / Leveraging Change Blindness for Haptic Remapping in Virtual Environments. 2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality. IEEE, 2019.
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Leveraging Change Blindness for Haptic Remapping in Virtual Environments. / Lohse, Andreas Lindgaard; Kjær, Christoffer; Hamulic, Ervin; Lima, Ingrid; Jensen, Tilde Højgård; Bruni, Luis Emilio; Nilsson, Niels Christian.

2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality. IEEE, 2019.

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Lohse AL, Kjær C, Hamulic E, Lima I, Jensen TH, Bruni LE et al. Leveraging Change Blindness for Haptic Remapping in Virtual Environments. I 2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality. IEEE. 2019