Building an application to simulate immersive visual scenes with rotational and translational gains for a user to interact with in the CAVE2.


Robert V. Kenyon, Ph.D.

Professor & Director of Graduate Studies

Department of Computer Science (M/C 152)

Secondary Committee Member

James Patton

Associate Professor

Bioengineering, University of Illinois at Chicago

Spring 2014
UIN - 661096593
AbstractLeveraging the stereo 3D and the 320 degree field of vision of the CAVE2 to create visualisations which a participant can interact with. The visualisations are altered with different kinds of gains.This study tries to measure the lasting effect of these aberations to a persons vision and the possibility of these being sustained for a period of time after exposure. This would prove value in the approach which can be adopted in the future for other studies. The approach could also find its applications in the field of rehabilitation.