Code for a virtual reality experiment designed to measure the imperceptibility of redirected walking gains
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Redirected-Walking-Thresholds

Code for a virtual reality experiment designed to measure the imperceptibility of redirected walking gains

This is part of a research study that measured RDW rotation thresholds considering different conditions including FOV, disrtactor presence, gender, and simulator sickness. This work is a collaboration between Niall Williams and Dr. Tabitha Peck. The paper summarizing our results has been accepted for publication to a top VR journal, IEEE TVCG. It is currently under revision.

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Some screenshots of the experiment are below. I also hosted the slides I presented on my website. These slides can be found here.

Comparison of 110 FOV and 40 FOV.


The distractor in our experiment was a running deer.


A participant during the experiment.


The virtual environment participants were placed in.