BreachingVR: A Simple VR Software Demonstration to Reconstruct Harold Garfinkel's Inverting Lenses Tutorial Exercise

Artúr Barnabás Kovács, Paul Bruce McIlvenny

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Abstract

The article reports on a simple working demonstration in virtual reality (VR) of the inverting lenses tutorial exercise by the sociologist Harold Garfinkel. A user wearing a virtual reality headset can vertically invert their visual perception of the physical world around them (via the video camera pass-through) or invert their perception of a virtual world in which the user can pick up virtual objects and use virtual tools.
Original languageEnglish
Article numbera0002
JournalQuiViRR: Qualitative Video Research Reports
Volume1
ISSN2597-2456
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2020

Keywords

  • ethnomethodology
  • Virtual Reality
  • Head-mounted display
  • Inverting lenses
  • Software

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  • Big Video

    McIlvenny, P. B. & Davidsen, J. G.

    01/09/2016 → …

    Project: Research

  • BreachingVR

    McIlvenny, P. B. & Kovács, A. B.

    01/06/202001/12/2021

    Project: Research

  • BreachingVR v2.0.2

    Kovács, A. B. & McIlvenny, P. B., 31 Jul 2020

    Research output: Non-textual formComputer programmeEducation

    Open Access

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