Development and Evaluation of a Wearable Motion Tracking System for Sensorimotor Tasks in VR Environments

Andreas Mourelatos
Andreas Mourelatos
Kostas Gkikas
Kostas Gkikas
Loizos Psarakis
Loizos Psarakis

PROCEEDINGS OF THE 20TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ERGONOMICS ASSOCIATION (IEA 2018), VOL V: HUMAN SIMULATION AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS, WORK WITH COMPUTING SYSTEMS (WWCS), PROCESS CONTROL, pp. 181-188, 2019.

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The present communication reports on a series of experiments, aiming at exploring the effect of a virtual limb's visibility on task performance inside interactive Virtual Environments. To this end, a motion tracking system was developed, capable of tracking the movement of the human arm beginning from the shoulder up to and including the ...More

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