Last year Daniel & Lonnie successfully defended their MSc thesis, congratulations! Here are the videos of their thesis presentations, enjoy (and thanks Daniel for the video editing)!
Lonnie B. Hastings (2013, December). The Influence of Shading, Display Size and Individual Differences on Navigation Performance in Virtual Reality in an Applied Industry Setting (MSc Thesis). Simon Fraser University, Surrey, BC, Canada. Retrieved from https://theses.lib.sfu.ca/thesis/etd8120
Daniel Feuereissen. (2013, August). Self-motion illusions (vection) in Virtual Environments: Do active control and user– generated motion cueing enhance visually induced vection? (MSc Thesis). Simon Fraser University, Surrey, BC, Canada. Retrieved from https://theses.lib.sfu.ca/thesis/etd7976
Here’s a simple video of the talk I had the honour to give at the 2013 Psychonomics Conference in beautiful Toronto, Canada for those who couldn’t make it.
Riecke, B. E., & Sigurdarson, S. (2013). Simple Modifications of Visuals can Enhance Spatial Orientation Ability in Virtual Environments, Whereas Adding Physical Rotations May Not. Talk presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society (Psychonomics), Toronto, Canada. (http://iSpaceLab.com/publications/)