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Evoking Affordances in Virtual Environments via Sensory-Stimuli Substitution

David C. Gross, Kay M. Stanney, Lt. Joseph Cohn
2005 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
Virtual environments (VEs) similarly seek to afford specific utility to their users, whether it is for training, education, or entertainment, thus it seems natural to consider basing VE designs on affordances  ...  Artifacts in an environment afford to their observers utility and function directly through specific object characteristics (e.g., mediums, surfaces, substances).  ...  Sensory Substitution via Affordance-Based Designs The potential breakdowns in the realization of affordances in VEs can potentially be overcome by (a) correlating sensory stimuli to the experience represented  ... 
doi:10.1162/105474605774785244 fatcat:mdl464df4zg4dimot4wiazuwca

Haptic, Virtual Interaction and Motor Imagery: Entertainment Tools and Psychophysiological Testing

Sara Invitto, Chiara Faggiano, Silvia Sammarco, Valerio De Luca, Lucio De Paolis
2016 Sensors  
In this work, the perception of affordances was analysed in terms of cognitive neuroscience during an interactive experience in a virtual reality environment.  ...  In other words, Gibson's affordances introduce the idea of the actor-environment mutuality: the actor and the environment make an inseparable pair.  ...  Acknowledgments: This work has been supported by EDOC@Work Project 3.0-Education and Work in Cloud. We thank Virginia Massari illustrator, who provided the design of the cup ( Figure 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/s16030394 pmid:26999151 pmcid:PMC4813969 fatcat:fezssx5tlja4ni7xhv2xipolam

Extended Reality for the Clinical, Affective, and Social Neurosciences

Thomas D. Parsons, Andrea Gaggioli, Giuseppe Riva
2020 Brain Sciences  
Extended reality environments extend assessment and training platforms that balance experimental control with emotionally engaging background narratives aimed at extending the affective experience and  ...  Herein, we highlight the promise of extended reality platforms for greater ecological validity in the clinical, affective, and social neurosciences.  ...  The VR platforms provoke a sense of "presence" (feeling of being there) in participants and has potential for evoking affective arousal in affective neuroscience environments.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci10120922 pmid:33265932 fatcat:tzgnt322hrhn5ptvzcrgje3rmu

Defining Virtual Reality: Dimensions Determining Telepresence

Jonathan Steuer
1992 Journal of Communication  
The defintion of virtual reality is based on concepts of "presence" and "telepresence," which refer to the sense of being in an environment, generated by natural or mediated means, respectively.  ...  Virtual reality (VR) is typically defined in terms of technological hardware.  ...  Each of these situations evokes, in some sense, a feeling of telepresence. A similar sense can be experienced via virtually any technology used in mediated communication.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1460-2466.1992.tb00812.x fatcat:do6xxwqi7vacrm5gccwxwljvdi

Another look at 'being there' experiences in digital media: Exploring connections of telepresence with mental imagery

Inma Rodríguez-Ardura, Francisco J. Martínez-López
2014 Computers in Human Behavior  
A review of major perspectives in this field provides justification of the important role mental imagery processes play in the phenomenon of telepresence.  ...  In line with this, we propose to extend existing approaches to mental imagery to reach the context of user experiences in digital media, and to theoretically connect telepresence with mental imagery.  ...  In the first case, telepresence-evoking content is used along with consumer knowledge and beliefs to construct mental models in and around the virtual environment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2013.06.016 fatcat:xdkeglcugfdxzpptmffcqjl62u

Toward Enhanced Teleoperation Through Embodiment

Alexander Toet, Irene A. Kuling, Bouke N. Krom, Jan B. F. van Erp
2020 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
In accordance with the predictive encoding theory, none of the sensory modalities is critical in establishing ownership, and discrepancies in multisensory signals do not necessarily lead to loss of embodiment  ...  Numerous previous studies have shown that it is possible to induce embodiment over a wide range of virtual and real extracorporeal objects (including artificial limbs, avatars, and android robots) through  ...  in such mediated environments.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2020.00014 pmid:33501183 pmcid:PMC7805894 fatcat:hguiucstfjas5fddlokeb72aca

Potential Mechanisms of Sensory Augmentation Systems on Human Balance Control

Kathleen H. Sienko, Rachael D. Seidler, Wendy J. Carender, Adam D. Goodworth, Susan L. Whitney, Robert J. Peterka
2018 Frontiers in Neurology  
The dominant hypothesis, which has not been supported by rigorous experimental evidence, posits that observed reductions in postural sway are due to sensory reweighting: feedback of body motion provides  ...  the CNS with a correlate to the inputs from its intact sensory channels (e.g., vision, proprioception), so individuals receiving sensory augmentation learn to increasingly depend on these intact systems  ...  Sensory restoration, substitution, and addition alter the available sensory information and are likely to have an impact on sensory integration via sensory reweighting.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2018.00944 pmid:30483209 pmcid:PMC6240674 fatcat:7tus4iernbbcraawjw3fa6hrfu

Therapeutic Media: Treating PTSD with Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy

Kathrin Friedrich
2016 MediaTropes  
In short, how are "treatable" patients conceptualized by and within virtual therapy?  ...  Applying head-mounted displays (HMDs) and virtual reality scenarios in virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) promises to alleviate combat-related post-traumatic stress disorders (among others).  ...  evoke particular effects in user perception and behaviour.  ... 
doaj:1433e0e204cb439d80739638b476ac4e fatcat:lzawlezspvbkxgoj6qrprddd5q

Virtual Reality for Emotion Elicitation – A Review [article]

Rukshani Somarathna, Tomasz Bednarz, Gelareh Mohammadi
2021 arXiv   pre-print
So, in response to the gap in the literature, this study intends to explore the possibility of using Virtual Reality (VR) as an active mechanism for emotion induction.  ...  Therefore, in the present review, we evaluated to what extent VR visual and audio-visual stimuli, games, and tasks, and 360-degree panoramas and videos can elicit emotions based on the current literature  ...  Virtual Environments (VE).  ... 
arXiv:2111.04461v1 fatcat:tgebau3vrnblpixxrju3sew3ji

Can you stand on virtual grounds? A study on postural affordances in virtual reality

Tony Regia-Corte, Maud Marchal, Anatole Lecuyer
2010 2010 IEEE Virtual Reality Conference (VR)  
The purpose of this article was to evaluate the perception of affordances in virtual environments (VE).  ...  These results reveal that perception of affordances for standing on a slanted surface in virtual reality is possible and comparable to previous studies conducted in real environments.  ...  Gabriel Cirio for their help on the design of the virtual reality setup and experimental benchmark.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2010.5444789 dblp:conf/vr/Regia-CorteML10 fatcat:fxo53ic62bez5d56in7knrvccm

Impact of 3-D Advertising on Product Knowledge, Brand Attitude, and Purchase Intention: The Mediating Role of Presence

Hairong Li, Terry Daugherty, Frank Biocca
2002 Journal of Advertising  
The conceptualization of a virtual experience has emerged because advancements in computer technology have led to a movement toward more multi-sensory online experiences.  ...  By creating compelling online virtual experiences, advertisers can potentially enhance the value of product information presented and engage consumers in an active user-controlled product experience.  ...  These new perceptual cues that guide a shopper's assessment of a product in a 3-D environment are what we call virtual affordances.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00913367.2002.10673675 fatcat:dkpjwius7neonghsg44whi4ela

Tactile Displays [chapter]

Stephen A. Brewster, Steven A. Wall, Lorna M. Brown, Eve E. Hoggan
2008 The Engineering Handbook of Smart Technology for Aging, Disability, and Independence  
This chapter provides some background on the use of touch for human-computer interaction (HCI), focusing on cutaneous perception and reviewing the main research in sensory substitution, in particular Braille  ...  Due to their compact size and power requirements, tactile displays offer a discrete, affordable means of providing access to data via the sense of touch.  ...  The process of sensory substitution involves the sensing of stimuli by electronic means, transformation of the stimulus via signal processing, and presentation of the transformed stimulus in another sensory  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470379424.ch18 fatcat:6biiw6ieyfeg5bqlvs25pxy5ye

Creating a sense of place with a deliberately constrained virtual environment

Phil Turner, Susan Turner, Luke Burrows
2013 International Journal of Cognitive Performance Support  
We report on the usefulness of an intentionally low fidelity virtual environment which relies on the metaphor of the 'tourist gaze' and the power of imagination to create a sense of place.  ...  In evaluation, participants reported experiencing a sense of place rather than a mere collection of images.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the participants in this study for their time and the reviewers of the earlier version of this paper for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcps.2013.053554 fatcat:szeawlw27zefnejp5g5o46hqo4

Tactile Displays: Guidance for Their Design and Application

Lynette A. Jones, Nadine B. Sarter
2008 Human Factors  
Ephraim Glinert) in her work during the preparation of this manuscript.  ...  In addition, the second author would like to acknowledge the support of the National Science Foundation (Grant 0534281; program manager: Dr.  ...  virtual environment.  ... 
doi:10.1518/001872008x250638 pmid:18354974 fatcat:lymv5juizzgbxetvppdjs3eknm

Rapid Recalibration of Peri-Personal Space: Psychophysical, Electrophysiological, and Neural Network Modeling Evidence

Jean-Paul Noel, Tommaso Bertoni, Emily Terrebonne, Elisa Pellencin, Bruno Herbelin, Carissa Cascio, Olaf Blanke, Elisa Magosso, Mark T Wallace, Andrea Serino
2020 Cerebral Cortex  
Interactions between individuals and the environment occur within the peri-personal space (PPS). The encoding of this space plastically adapts to bodily constraints and stimuli features.  ...  Here, we test this idea first via a visuo-tactile reaction time (RT) paradigm in augmented reality where participants are asked to respond as fast as possible to touch, as visual objects approach them.  ...  the environment and sensory history change.  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhaa103 pmid:32377673 pmcid:PMC7391419 fatcat:x6vlwpf36rgojbydacxyz7wfnq
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