The emotional effect of mirror world contents supporting immersive reality

Title
The emotional effect of mirror world contents supporting immersive reality
Authors
허보경이중호박지형
Keywords
video see-through HMD; presence; Immersive reality; social interaction; Mirror world
Issue Date
2014-02
Publisher
한국HCI학회 학술대회
Citation
, 789-791
Abstract
The mirror world is a digital copy of the real world, fundamentally differing from the virtual world in that the virtual world has no real correspondent. Mirrored content tends to lead users to project their experiences into the real situation, so that digital experiences may affect real social interaction as well. We designed an experiment in which subjects were asked to watch immersive video clips of four actors hugging them. We found that virtual hug experience in the mirror world was at a level higher or equivalent to that of the real hug in several cases. Moreover, the experience of presence when using an HMD was considerably higher than that when using 3D monitor. Tactile feedback increased the presence significantly regardless of viewing type. Our findings support the view that virtual social interactions with mirrored content are comparable to the real.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/49126
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