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"Improving the VR experience, from the authors to the users"
Creating an immersive virtual reality application is a big challenge: choosing (or creating) the right hardware, choosing (or creating) the right software, and finally crafting the user experience. The hardware is increasingly powerful and accessible, but we don't know how to make the best of it. This is in part because designing a VR experience is a complex software task, and is also due to our limited understanding of the main component of the system: the user.
In this talk we will focus the current trends in system design, on the goals and design of MiddleVR, a generic VR plugin aimed at simplifying the creation of VR applications and we will discuss how our understanding of human perception can be used to improve the VR experience.
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