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id 2006_066
authors Kalisperis, Loukas N.; Katsuhiko Muramoto; Bimal Balakrishnan; Dragana Nikolic and Nevena Zikic
year 2006
title Evaluating Relative Impact of Virtual Reality System Variables on Architectural Design Comprehension and Presence - A variable-centered approach using fractional factorial experiment
source Communicating Space(s) [24th eCAADe Conference Proceedings / ISBN 0-9541183-5-9] Volos (Greece) 6-9 September 2006, pp. 66-73
summary The relative contributions of five variables (Stereoscopy, screen size, field of view, level of realism and level of detail) of virtual reality systems on spatial comprehension and presence are evaluated here. Using a variable-centered approach instead of an object-centric view as its theoretical basis, the contributions of these five variables and their two-way interactions are estimated through a 25-1 fractional factorial experiment (screening design) of resolution V with 84 subjects. The experiment design, procedure, measures used, creation of scales and indices, results of statistical analysis, their meaning and agenda for future research are elaborated.
keywords Virtual reality system variables - stereoscopy; screen size; field of view; level of realism; level of detail; spatial comprehension; presence; variable-centered approach; fractional factorial experiment design
series eCAADe
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