Many people would argue that Virtual Environments technology is the answer to a question that has not been defined yet. While the advances of technology are quite inspiring, what is still lacking is a conceptual and analytical framework as well as a set of �evaluation� metrics which could assess specific interfaces and designs. The study described in this paper was conducted in order to investigate if the notion of presence in a specific virtual environment (VE) application correlates with task performance.
|Translated title of the contribution||A User-Centered Methodology for Investigating Presence and Task Performance|
|Journal||Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Presence (PRESENCE 2000)|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
Bibliographical noteISBN: 903861571X
Name and Venue of Conference: In Proc. of Presence 2000, 3rd International Workshop on Presence (CD-ROM)
Other identifier: 1000483