An Empirical Study of Out-of-Body Experience Induced by Horizontal Camera Shift on Video See-through HMD
- An Empirical Study of Out-of-Body Experience Induced by Horizontal Camera Shift on Video See-through HMD
- 이중호; 김세영; 윤해철; 박지형
- Video See-through HMD; Visual Displacement; Out-of-Body Experience; Perceptual Adaptation
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- 한국HCI학회 학술대회
- In Video See-through HMD, due to positional mismatch between real eyes
and cameras which is called the visual displacement, human may have difficulty in
controlling her/his body. Prior studies have demonstrated instances of out-of-body
experience (OBE) when the cameras move far from real eye position. We investigated
the OBE when the camera shifted to the left for dozens of cm. 45 subjects were
requested to perform given visuomotor tasks for 20 minutes and to reply
questionnaire after a series of negative stimulation. The result showed that the
pronouncing OBE illusion occurs on face and chest compared to hand and foot, which
implies the OBE illusions are induced reactively under the perception level
independently of the visuomotor adaptation level.
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