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Handbook of virtual environments : design, implementation, and applications

Author: Kay M Stanney
Publisher: Mahwah, NJ ; London : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, ©2002.
Series: Human factors and ergonomics.
Edition/Format:   Map : English

Offers a comprehensive account of virtual environments (VE). This book also provides practitioners with a reference source to guide their development efforts and addresses technology concerns, as  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Document Type: Map
All Authors / Contributors: Kay M Stanney
ISBN: 080583270X 9780805832709
OCLC Number: 977761640
Description: xxxix, 1232 pages : illustrations.
Contents: Contents: G. Salvendy, Series Foreword. G. Fogelman, Foreword. M. Krueger, Perspective. K.M. Stanney, Preface. Part I:Introduction. K.M. Stanney, M. Zyda, Virtual Environments in the 21st Century. R.A. Blade, M.L. Padgett, Virtual Environments Standards and Terminology. Part II:System Requirements: Hardware Requirements. J.G. May, D.R. Badcock, Vision and Virtual Environments. R.D. Shilling, B. Shinn-Cunningham, Virtual Auditory Displays. S.J. Biggs, M.A. Srinivasan, Haptic Interfaces. C. Basdogan, M.A. Srinivasan, Haptic Rendering in Virtual Environments. B.D. Lawson, S.A. Sides, K.A. Hickinbotham, User Requirements for Perceiving Body Acceleration. E. Foxlin, Motion Tracking Requirements and Technologies. J. Wilder, G.K. Hung, M.M. Tremaine, M. Kaur, Eye Tracking in Virtual Environments. M. Turk, Gesture Recognition. J.M. Hollerbach, Locomotion Interfaces. Software Requirements. G.D. Kessler, Virtual Environment Models. D.A. Bowman, Principles for the Design of Performance-Oriented Interaction Techniques. W.T. Nelson, R.S. Bolia, Technological Considerations in the Design of Multisensory Virtual Environments: The Virtual Field of Dreams Will Have to Wait. J.M. Allbeck, N.I. Badler, Embodied Autonomous Agents. C.E. Hughes, J.M. Moshell, D. Reed, Internet-Based Virtual Environments. Application Requirements. J.R. Wilson, R.M. Eastgate, M. D'Cruz, Structured Development of Virtual Environments. D.B. Kaber, J.V. Draper, J.M. Usher, Influence of Individual Differences on Application Design for Individual and Collaborative Immersive Virtual Environments. C.E. Lathan, M.R. Tracey, M.M. Sebrechts, D.M. Clawson, G.A. Higgins, Using Virtual Environments as Training Simulators: Measuring Transfer. Part III:Design Approaches and Implementation Strategies. A. Munro, R. Breaux, J. Patrey, B. Sheldon, Cognitive Aspects of Virtual Environments Design. G.V. Popescu, G.C. Burdea, H. Trefftz, Multimodal Interaction Modeling. R.L. Storms, Auditory-Visual Cross-Modality Interaction and Illusions. L.J. Hettinger, Illusory Self-Motion in Virtual Environments. R.P. Darken, B. Peterson, Spatial Orientation, Wayfinding, and Representation. J. Isdale, C. Fencott, M. Heim, L. Daly, Content Design for Virtual Environments. D. Gross, Technology Management and User Acceptance of Virtual Environment Technology. R.S. Kennedy, K.E. Kennedy, K.M. Bartlett, Virtual Environments and Product Liability. G.M.P. Swann, R.J. Stone, Virtually a Market? Selling Practice and the Diffusion of Virtual Reality. Part IV:Health and Safety Issues. E. Viirre, D. Bush, Direct Effects of Virtual Environments on Users. B.D. Lawson, D.A. Graeber, A.M. Mead, E.R. Muth, Signs and Symptoms of Human Syndromes Associated With Synthetic Experiences. R.B. Welch, Adapting to Virtual Environments. D.L. Harm, Motion Sickness Neurophysiology, Physiological Correlates, and Treatment. S.L. Calvert, The Social Impact of Virtual Environment Technology. Part V:Evaluation. D. Hix, J.L. Gabbard, Usability Engineering of Virtual Environments. D.R. Lampton, J.P. Bliss, C.S. Morris, Human Performance Measurement in Virtual Environments. K.M. Stanney, R.S. Kennedy, K. Kingdon, Virtual Environment Usage Protocols. J.P. Wann, M. Mon-Williams, Measurement of Visual Aftereffects Following Virtual Environment Exposure. P. DiZio, J.R. Lackner, Proprioceptive Adaptation and Aftereffects. T.A. Stoffregen, M.H. Draper, R.S. Kennedy, D. Compton, Vestibular Adaptation and Aftereffects. W. Sadowski, K.M. Stanney, Presence in Virtual Environments. P.R.M. Bell, Ergonomics in Virtual Environments. Part VI:Selected Applications of Virtual Environments. R.J. Stone, Applications of Virtual Environments: An Overview. B.W. Knerr, R. Breaux, S.L. Goldberg, R.A. Thurman, National Defense. E. Salas, R.L. Oser, J.A. Cannon-Bowers, E. Daskarolis, Team Training in Virtual Environments: An Event-Based Approach. J.M. Moshell, C.E. Hughes, Virtual Environments as a Tool for Academic Learning. S. Cobb, H. Neale, J. Crosier, J.R. Wilson, Development and Evaluation of Virtual Environments for Education. R.M. Satava, S.B. Jones, Medical Applications of Virtual Environments. A. Kheddar, R. Chellali, P. Coiffet, Virtual Environment-Assisted Teleoperation. M.K. Holden, E. Todorov, Use of Virtual Environments in Motor Learning and Rehabilitation. A.A. Rizzo, J.G. Buckwalter, C. van der Zaag, Virtual Environment Applications in Clinical Neuropsychology. M.M. North, S.M. North, J.R. Coble, Virtual Reality Therapy: An Effective Treatment for Psychological Disorders. R.C. Davies, Applications of Systems Design Using Virtual Environments. S. Bryson, Information Visualization in Virtual Environments. J.P. Shewchuk, K.H. Chung, R.C. Williges, Virtual Environments in Manufacturing. E. Badique, M. Cavazza, G. Klinker, G. Mair, T. Sweeney, D. Thalmann, N.M. Thalmann, Entertainment Applications of Virtual Environments. Part VII:Conclusion. R.A. Blade, M.L. Padgett, Virtual Environments: History and Profession.
Series Title: Human factors and ergonomics.
Responsibility: edited by Kay M. Stanney.


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