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Movement, Action, and Situation: Presence in Virtual Environments

Carassa, Antonella and Morganti, Francesca and Tirassa, Maurizio (2004) Movement, Action, and Situation: Presence in Virtual Environments. [Conference Paper]

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Abstract

Presence is commonly defined as the subjective feeling of "being there". It has been mainly conceived of as deriving from immersion, interaction, and social and narrative involvement with suitable technology. We argue that presence depends on a suitable integration of aspects relevant to an agent's movement and perception, to her actions, and to her conception of the overall situation in which she finds herself, as well as on how these aspects mesh with the possibilities for action afforded in the interaction with the virtual environment.

Item Type:Conference Paper
Subjects:Psychology > Applied Cognitive Psychology
Psychology > Cognitive Psychology
Computer Science > Human Computer Interaction
Psychology > Perceptual Cognitive Psychology
Philosophy > Epistemology
Philosophy > Philosophy of Mind
ID Code:6815
Deposited By:Tirassa, Prof. Maurizio
Deposited On:01 Apr 2010 12:36
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:57

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