VR 2017

2017 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR), March 18-22, 2017, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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Effect of Footstep Vibrations and Proprioceptive Vibrations Used with an Innovative Navigation Method
Jérémy Plouzeau, José Luis Dorado, Damien Paillot, and Frédéric Merienne
(LE2I, France; HeSam, France)
Abstract: This study proposes to investigate the effect of adding vibration feedback to a navigation task in virtual environment. Previous study used footstep vibrations and proprioceptive vibrations in order to decrease the cyber-sickness and increase the sense of presence. In this study, we experiment the same vibration modalities but with a new navigation method. The results show that proprioceptive vibrations do not impact the sense of presence neither the cyber-sickness while footstep vibrations increase sense of presence and decrease in a certain way cyber-sickness.

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