Echolization. Seeing the Virtual World through Visualized Echos

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Abstract

This poster describes a within subject-study of navigation with cognitive mental map based on visualization of sonic echoes in a dark virtual environment (VE). Participants experienced navigation in two conditions: Light (directional lights turned on) and Dark (directional lights switched off). In both conditions participants could send the visualized audio signal, thus in the Dark condition it was the only possible visualized navigational option. The results suggest that participants were able to create a cognitive mental map, for both conditions, and were also able to perform spatial localization and navigation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEcholization. Seeing the Virtual World through Visualized Echos
PublisherIEEE
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 14 Feb 2019

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Keywords

  • Human-centered computing-Mixed / augmented reality-Human-centered computing-Auditory feedback
  • Visualization design and evaluation methods
  • Visualization techniques
  • Visualization

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Andreasen, A., & Palamas, G. (Accepted/In press). Echolization. Seeing the Virtual World through Visualized Echos. In Echolization. Seeing the Virtual World through Visualized Echos IEEE.
Andreasen, Anastassia ; Palamas, George. / Echolization. Seeing the Virtual World through Visualized Echos. Echolization. Seeing the Virtual World through Visualized Echos. IEEE, 2019.
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