Redirected walking

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Redirected walking is a virtual reality locomotion technique that enables users to explore a virtual world that is considerably larger than the tracked working space.[1] With this approach the user is redirected through manipulations applied to the displayed scene, causing users to unknowingly compensate for scene motion by repositioning and/or reorienting themselves.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nilsson, N. C., Peck, T., Bruder, G., Hodgson, E., Serafin, S., Whitton, M., Steinicke, F., & Rosenberg, E. S. (2018). 15 years of research on redirected walking in immersive virtual environments. IEEE computer graphics and applications, 38(2), 44-56
  2. ^ Zhang, Sarah (August 31, 2015). "You Can't Walk in a Straight Line—And That's Great for VR". Wired. Retrieved July 31, 2016.