Presence and Individual Differences in Virtual Environment: Usability Study.

Sas, Corina and O'Hare, G.M.P. (2002) Presence and Individual Differences in Virtual Environment: Usability Study. In: Proceedings of 16th British HCI Conference, 1900-01-01.

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Abstract

The present study assesses the usability of a desktop virtual reality system in the light of individual differences and sense of presence. The issues we focus on are the performances achieved for spatial tasks and the induced level of satisfaction. The results indicate the impact of each considered variable upon time demanded to accomplish task but not upon its accuracy. Findings also indicate genderbased and presence-based differences upon user’s satisfaction with the system.

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Contribution to Conference (Paper)
Journal or Publication Title:
Proceedings of 16th British HCI Conference
Uncontrolled Keywords:
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42344
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Deposited On:
11 Dec 2008 14:05
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Yes
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Published
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29 May 2020 06:57