Abstract

We have set up a brain-computer interface (BCI) to be used as an input device to a highly immersive virtual reality CAVE-like system. We have carried out two navigation experiments: three subjects were required to rotate in a virtual bar room by imagining left or right hand movement, and to walk along a single axis in a virtual street by imagining foot or hand movement. In this paper we focus on the subjective experience of navigating virtual reality “by thought,” and on the interrelations between BCI and presence.

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