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Low-Asymmetry Interface for Multiuser VR Experiences with Both HMD and Non-HMD Users
We propose a low-asymmetry interface to improve the presence of non-head-mounted-display (non-HMD) users in shared virtual reality (VR) experiences with HMD users. The low-asymmetry interface ensures that the HMD and non-HMD users' perception of the VR environment is almost similar. That is, the point-of-view asymmetry and behavior asymmetry between HMD and non-HMD users are reduced. Our system comprises a portable mobile device as a visual display to provide a changing PoV for the non-HMD userdoi:10.3390/s21020397 pmid:33429976 fatcat:uszdreh3irhgxbgxxflrhm3hx4