Noise-cancelling, steps and soundscapes: the effect of auditory stimulation on presence in virtual realities while walking
VRST, pp. 87-90, 2016.
This study investigates the influence of different auditory stimuli on perceived presence, the feeling of \"being there\", on a walk through a park-like virtual environment. A single-factorial design with five levels varying the surrounding sound impressions was employed, including the conditions \"No Headphones\", \"Noise-Cancelling\", \...More
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