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The scale of virtual environment influences human perception of distance

Abstract : Participants were instructed to reproduce a previously observed distance by travelling passively at a constant velocity into straight textured tunnels in a CAVE. The diameter of the tunnel into which participants travelled and the egocentric distance to be reproduced were manipulated. Participants' distance perception was sensitive to the tunnel's scale, distance being overestimated with the tunnel's diameter increase and underestimated with the tunnel's diameter decrease.
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Antoine H.P. Morice, Victor Garruchet, Nessrine Harbaoui, Cedric Goulon, Martin Bossard, et al.. The scale of virtual environment influences human perception of distance. Journées Françaises d'Informatique Graphique et de Réalité Virtuelle, Nov 2019, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-03039203⟩

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