Bernhard E. Riecke
Bernhard E. Riecke
Professor, School of Interactive Arts & Technology (SIAT), Simon Fraser University, Canada
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Do HDR displays support LDR content?: a psychophysical evaluation
AO Akyüz, R Fleming, BE Riecke, E Reinhard, HH Bülthoff
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 26 (3), 38, 2007
2182007
Visual homing is possible without landmarks: A path integration study in virtual reality
BE Riecke, HAHC Veen, HH Bülthoff
Presence: Teleoperators & virtual environments 11 (5), 443-473, 2002
2142002
Vection and visually induced motion sickness: how are they related?
B Keshavarz, BE Riecke, LJ Hettinger, JL Campos
Frontiers in psychology 6, 472, 2015
2112015
Social presence in online discussions as a process predictor of academic performance
S Joksimović, D Gašević, V Kovanović, BE Riecke, M Hatala
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 31 (6), 638-654, 2015
2102015
Spatial updating in virtual reality: the sufficiency of visual information
BE Riecke, DW Cunningham, HH Bülthoff
Psychological research 71 (3), 298-313, 2007
1442007
Sonic Cradle designing for an immersive experience of meditation by connecting respiration to music
J Vidyarthi, BE Riecke, D Gromala
Proceedings of the designing interactive systems conference, 408-417, 2012
1432012
Do we need to walk for effective virtual reality navigation? physical rotations alone may suffice
BE Riecke, B Bodenheimer, T McNamara, B Williams, P Peng, ...
Spatial Cognition VII, 234-247, 2010
1402010
Moving sounds enhance the visually-induced self-motion illusion (circular vection) in virtual reality
BE Riecke, A Väljamäe, J Schulte-Pelkum
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 6 (2), 1-27, 2009
1232009
Cognitive factors can influence self-motion perception (vection) in virtual reality
BE Riecke, J Schulte-Pelkum, MN Avraamides, MVD Heyde, HH Bülthoff
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 3 (3), 194-216, 2006
1142006
Towards lean and elegant self-motion simulation in virtual reality
BE Riecke, J Schulte-Pelkum, F Caniard, HH Bulthoff
IEEE Proceedings. VR 2005. Virtual Reality, 2005., 131-138, 2005
1002005
Compelling Self-Motion Through Virtual Environments without Actual Self-Motion–Using Self-Motion Illusions (“Vection”) to Improve User Experience in VR
BE Riecke
Virtual Reality, 149 - 176, 2010
962010
Simulating believable forward accelerations on a stewart motion platform
DR Berger, J Schulte-Pelkum, HH Bülthoff
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 7 (1), 1-27, 2010
812010
Local and global reference frames for environmental spaces
T Meilinger, BE Riecke, HH Bülthoff
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 67 (3), 542-569, 2014
742014
Visual cues can be sufficient for triggering automatic, reflexlike spatial updating
BE Riecke, MVD Heyde, HH Bülthoff
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 2 (3), 183-215, 2005
712005
Bridging the gap: Attribute and spatial metaphors for tangible interface design
A Macaranas, AN Antle, BE Riecke
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and …, 2012
652012
Are you awed yet? How virtual reality gives us awe and goose bumps
D Quesnel, BE Riecke
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2158, 2018
582018
On your feet! Enhancing vection in leaning-based interfaces through multisensory stimuli
E Kruijff, A Marquardt, C Trepkowski, RW Lindeman, A Hinkenjann, ...
Proceedings of the 2016 Symposium on Spatial User Interaction, 149-158, 2016
552016
Selected technical and perceptual aspects of virtual reality displays
BE Riecke, HG Nusseck, J Schulte-Pelkum
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, 2006
552006
Comparing leaning-based motion cueing interfaces for virtual reality locomotion
A Kitson, AM Hashemian, ER Stepanova, E Kruijff, BE Riecke
2017 IEEE Symposium on 3d user interfaces (3DUI), 73-82, 2017
542017
Interactively mediating experiences of mindfulness meditation
J Vidyarthi, BE Riecke
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 72 (8-9), 674-688, 2014
542014
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