Detection Thresholds in Audio-Visual Redirected Walking

Publication Type:

Conference Paper

Source:

Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference 2016, SMC 2016, Hamburg, Germany (2016)

ISBN:

978-3-00-053700-4

URL:

http://quintetnet.hfmt-hamburg.de/SMC2016/

Abstract:

Redirected walking is a technique that enables users to explore a walkable virtual environment that is larger than the extent of the available physical space by manipulating the users’ movements. For the proper application of this technique, it is necessary to determine the detection thresholds for the applied manipulations. In this paper an experiment to measure the detection levels of redirected walking manipulations in an audio-visual virtual environment is described and the results are presented and compared to previous results of a purely acoustically controlled redirected walking experiment.

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