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Physiological Measures of Presence in Stressful Virtual Environments

By Michael Meehan, Brent Insko, Mary Whitton, Frederick P. Brooks and Jr.

Abstract

A common measure of the quality or effectiveness of a virtual environment (VE) is the amount of presence it evokes in users. Presence is often defined as the sense of being there in a VE. There has been much debate about the best way to measure presence, and presence researchers need, and have sought, a measure that is reliable, valid, sensitive, and objective

Topics: Graphics and Realism- Virtual Reality. H.5.2 [Information Interfaces and Presentation, User Interfaces – Evaluation/ Methodology. Keywords, Presence, Physiology, Haptics, Frame Rate
Publisher: ACM Press
Year: 2002
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