GroundFlow: Multiple Flows Feedback for Enhancing Immersive Experience on the Floor in the Wet Scenes

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PubDate: December 2021

Teams: National Taipei University of Technology;

Writers: Tzu-Hua Wang;Tzu-Shan Lee;Jr-Pin Pan;Tzu-Yang Kuo;Hui-Yang Yong;Ping-Hsuan Han

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Abstract

With haptic technology, the uses can experience an enhanced immersion in virtual reality. Most haptic techniques focus on the upper body, such as the head, chest, and hands, to provide strength feedback when interacting in the virtual world. Thus, researchers have been exploring different techniques to simulate haptic feedback for walking around in virtual space, such as texture, height, vibration, shape, and resistance. However, those techniques can not provide a real wet sensation in the virtual scene. Therefore, we present GroundFlow, a water recirculation system that provides multiple flows feedback on the floor in immersive virtual reality. Our demonstration also implemented a virtual excursion that allows users to experience different water flows and their corresponding wet scenes.

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