“Presence and Task Performance in Virtual Environments: A Reality Centred Approach” by Mania, Chalmers, Troscianco and Hawkes

  • ©Katerina Mania, Alan Chalmers, Tom Troscianco, and Richard Hawkes

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    VR / AR

Title:

    Presence and Task Performance in Virtual Environments: A Reality Centred Approach

Session/Category Title:   Immersive Visualization


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