Presence and Performance in the TRUST Game

Fotis Liarokapis, Victoria Uren, Panagiotis Petridis, Adekunle Adeniyi Ajibade

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Abstract

Serious games which employ virtual environments are increasingly used in education and training. Presence, the feeling of immersion in a virtual world, is considered to be an important element of such games. This paper reports a study which examined whether interface factors which contribute to presence also affect players’ perceived performance in the TRUST game. It was found that frustration is correlated to performance, and that ability to manipulate the interface and ability to focus are in turn, correlated to frustration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVirtual Reality
Subtitle of host publicationRecent Advancements, Applications and Challenges
EditorsLila Bozgeyikli, Ren Bozgeyikli
Chapter6
Pages205-225
ISBN (Electronic)9788770221412
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2020

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    Liarokapis, F., Uren, V., Petridis, P., & Ajibade, A. A. (2020). Presence and Performance in the TRUST Game. In L. Bozgeyikli, & R. Bozgeyikli (Eds.), Virtual Reality: Recent Advancements, Applications and Challenges (pp. 205-225)