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Multisensory presence in virtual reality: Possibilities and limitations

Abstract:

Perception in the real world is inherently multisensory, often involving visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory, and, on occasion, nociceptive (i.e., painful) stimulation. In fact, the vast majority of life's most enjoyable experiences involve the stimulation of several senses simultaneously. Outside of the entertainment industry, however, the majority of virtual reality (VR) applications thus far have involved the stimulation of only one, or at most two, senses, typically vision, au...

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Publisher:
IGI Global
Pages:
1-38
Publication date:
2011-01-01
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Language:
English
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pubs:464236
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uuid:fe1b0397-5813-490d-8d3c-5d1f88ac68e8
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464236
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2014-06-16

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