The following pages contain lists of publications submitted by respondents to the AGOCG VR Survey 1997. These pages will be maintained and updated by the AGOCG VR Support Officer. Original contributers wishing to update or expand entries, or new contributers wishing to be included are encouraged to contact the Support Officer, Lenny Stapleton at:AVRRC Department of Human Sciences Loughborough University Loughborough Leicester LE11 3TU
School of Psychology Cardiff University Imaging and Displays Research Group Dept. of Computer Science, De Montfort University Virtual Manufacturing Unit Dept.of Mech. & Chem.Eng. Heriot-Watt University Virtual Environments Graphics and Applications Lab. Dept. Computer Science, University of Hull Advanced Interfaces Group Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester Nortel Harlow, Essex Communications Research Group Department of Computer Science, University of Nottingham VIRART Dept. Manufacturing Eng. & Operations Management, University of Nottingham Royal College of Art London ARL:Drive Dept of Psychology, University of Reading Virtual Reality in Medicine & Biology Group (VRMBG) Dept. Medical Physics & Clinical Eng., University of Sheffield Human Factors Research Unit, I.S.V.R University of Southampton Virtuality Ltd Leicester
Group Name: Cardiff University Address: School of Psychology Cardiff University P.O. Box 901 Cardiff CF1 3YG E-mail: Ruddle@Cardiff.ac.uk World Wide Web URL: http://www.cf.ac.uk/uwcc/psych/ruddle
Rudddle, R.A., Payne, S.J., & Jones, D. M. (in press): 'Navigating buildings in "desk-top" virtual environments: Experimental investigations using extended navigational experience'. Journal of Experimental Psychlogy: Applied
Rudddle, R.A., Payne, S.J., & Jones, D. M. (1997): 'Navigating very-large-scale virtual environments: Search strategies and the effects of maps. Manuscript submitted for publication (Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied
Rudddle, R.A., Randall, S. J., Payne, S.J., & Jones, D.M. (1996): 'Navigation and spatial knowledge acquisition in large-scale virtual building: An experimental comparison of immersive and "desk-top" displays. Proceedings of 2nd International FIVE Conference, 125-136
Group Name: Imaging and Displays Research Group Address: Dept of Computer Science De Montfort University The Gateway Leicester LE1 9BH E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 (0) 116 2577498 Fax: +44 (0) 116 2541891 World Wide Web URL: http://www.cms.dmu.ac.uk/Research/IDRG/ Principal Publications: see: http://www.cms.dmu.ac.uk/Research/IDRG/idrgpubs.html
Group Name: Virtual Manufacturing Unit Address: Dept.of Mech. & Chem.Eng. Heriot-Watt University Riccarton Edinburgh EH14 4AS E-mail: R.Dewar@hw.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0) 131 4495111 xt 4734 Fax: +44 (0) 0131 4513129 World Wide Web URL: http://www.hw.ac.uk/mecWWW/res.htm
1. Using Virtual Reality for Knowledge Elicitation in a Mechanical Assembly Planning Environment, J.M. Ritchie, J.E.L. Simmons,R.G. Dewar and I.D. Carpenter, In S.M. De Almeida (ed.), Proceedings of the Twelfth Conference of the Irish Manufacturing Committee, Cork, 1995, 1037-1044.
2. Virtual Assembly Planning, Dewar R.G., (1995), IMechE Seminar on Virtual Reality in Manufacturing Industry (S415), London, UK.
3. Enhancing a Virtual Environment for Manual Assembly, Carpenter I.D., Dewar R.G., Ritchie J.M., Simmons J.E.L., (1996), Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on CAD/CAM Robotics and Factories of the Future, Middlesex University, UK. pp.1067-1072, (ed. Gill R. & Syan C.S.), Middlesex University Press.
4. Tools for assembly in a virtual environment, Dewar R.G., Ritchie J.M., Carpenter I.D., Simmons J.E.L.., (1997), Proceedings of ICMA '97, University of Hong Kong, April 1997, pp.583-587.
5. Assembly Planning in a Virtual Environment, Dewar R.G., Carpenter I.D., Ritchie J.M., Simmons J.E.L., (1997), to appear in the Proceedings of PICMET '97, Portland, USA, July 1997.
6. Designing and Planning Cable Harnesses using Immersive Virtual Reality, Ng F.M., Ritchie J.M., Dewar R.G., (1997), to appear in the Proceedings of ICCIM '97, Singapore, October 1997.
7. Virtual Reality as an Assembly Planning Tool, Dewar R.G., Carpenter I.D., Ritchie J.M., Simmons J.E.L., (1997), submitted to IJPR
Group name: Virtual Environments Graphics and Applications Lab. Address: Dept. Computer Science, University of Hull, Hull E-mail: email@example.com Telephone: 01482 466384 Fax: 01482 466666 World Wide Web URL: http://www.enc.hull.ac.uk/CS/VEGA Principal publications: http://www.enc.hull.ac.uk/CS/VEGA/publications.html
Group Name: Advanced Interfaces Group Address: Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, Oxford Road Manchester M13 9PL E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 (0) 161 275 6158 Fax: +44 (0) 161 275 6236 World Wide Web URL: http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/aig/
R.J. Hubbold, Xiao Dongbo and Simon Gibson, MAVERIK - the Manchester Virtual Environment Interface Kernel, Proceedings of 3rd Eurographics International Workshop on Virtual Environments, Monaco, February 1996, publsished in Virtual Environments and Scientific Visualization '96, M. Goebel, J. David, P. Slavik, J.J. van Wijk, Springer- Verlag/Wien, pp. 11--20.
A. Murta, Vertical Axis Awareness in 3D Environments, Framework for Immersive Virtual Environments '95, London, December 1995.
A. Murta, Visualization of Mobile Robot Environments from Acoustic Sensor Data, Virtual Systems and Multimedia '95, Gifu, Japan, September 1995.
T.L.J. Howard, R.J. Hubbold, A.D. Murta, and A.J. West, Survey of Virtual Reality Activity in the United Kingdom, Advisory Group on Computer Graphics Technical Report Number 27, ISSN 1356-9066, January 1995.
R.J. Hubbold and N.P. McPhater, The Use of Virtual Reality for Training Process Plant Operatives, (25 Kbytes), Proc. CG Expo '94 Conference, Wembley, 9th November 1994, Computer Graphics Suppliers' Association, Worcester, England. Also appears in: Proc. EPSRC Conference on Virtual Reality and Rapid Protoyping for Engineering (James A. Powell (Ed), EPSRC Information Technology Awareness in Engineering, DRAL, January 1995, pp. 31-41.
D.N. Snowdon and A.J. West, AVIARY - Design Issues for Future Large Scale Virtual Environments, Presence Vol 3. No. 4, pp 288-308, Fall 1994.
Roger Hubbold, Alan Murta, Adrian West, Toby Howard, Design Issues for Virtual Reality Systems, Proceedings of First Eurographics Workshop on Virtual Environments, Barcelona, 7th September 1993, published in Virtual Environments '95, M.Goebel (Ed.), Springer Computer Science series, ISBN 3-211-82737-4, 1995, pp. 224-236.
David N. Snowdon, Adrian J. West and Toby L. J. Howard. Towards the Next Generation of Human Computer Interface, Informatique'93: Interface to Real & Virtual Worlds, March 1993, pgs 399-408.
A.J. West, T.L.J. Howard, R.J. Hubbold, A.D. Murta, D.N. Snowdon and D.A. Butler. AVIARY - A Generic Virtual Reality Interface for Real Applications, Proceedings `Virtual Reality Systems' Conference (sponsored by the BCS), May 1992. Also published in Virtual Reality Systems, R.A. Earnshaw, M.A. Gigante and H. Jones (Eds), Academic Press, 1993, pgs 213-236.
S. Gibson and R.J. Hubbold, Efficient Refinement and Clustering for Radiosity in Complex Environments, Computer Graphics Forum, 15(5), December 1996.
D.J. Hancock and R.J. Hubbold, Efficient Image Synthesis on Distributed Architectures, in `The Internet in 3D, Information, Images and Interaction', Rae Earnshaw, John Vince (Eds), Academic Press, 1997, pp.347-364.
R.J. Hubbold, D.J. Hancock, C.J. Moore, Autosteroecopic Display for Radiotherapy Planning, Proc. EI'97, IS&T/SPIE, Vol 3012, February 1997, 12pp.
D.J. Hancock, R.J. Hubbold, Distributed Parallel Volume Rendering on Shared-Memory Systems, Proc. HPCN Europe '97 Conference, Springer-Verlag, 1997.
S. Gibson and R.J. Hubbold, Perceptually-Driven Radiosity, Computer Graphics Forum, Vol 16, 1997 (in press).
Group Name: Nortel Address: London Road Harlow Essex CM17 9NA E-mail: email@example.com Telephone: +44 (0) 1279 402109 Fax: +44 (0) 1279 402047 World Wide Web URL: http://www.nortel.com Principal Publications: VR in telecommunications engineering, Proc. Interface to real and virtual worlds, Montpellier, May 1996.
Group Name: Communications Research Group Address: Department of Computer Science University of Nottingham University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 (0) 115 951 4203 Fax: +44 (0) 115 951 4254 World Wide Web URL: http://www.crg.cs.nott.ac.uk/
Benford, S. D., Bowers, J., Fahlen,L. E., Greenhalgh, C. M., Mariani, J. and Rodden, T. R., Networked Virtual Reality and Co-operative Work, Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 4, (4), pp 364-386, MIT Press, ISSN1054-7460, Fall 1995.
Benford, S., Greenhalgh, C. (1997): 'Introducing Third Party Objects into the Spatial Model of Interaction', to be presented at the Fifth European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW '97), Lancaster, 8-10 September, 1997.
Benford, S., Greenhalgh, C., Snowdon, D., Bullock, A. (1997): 'Staging a PublicPoetry Performance in a Collaborative Virtual Environment', to be presented at the Fifth European Conference on Computer Supported CooperativeWork (ECSCW '97), Lancaster, 8-10 September, 1997.
Snowdon, D. N., Greenhalgh, C. M., Benford, S. D., Brown, C. C. and Bullock, A. N., A Review of Distributed Architectures for Networked Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality: Research, Development and Application, 2(1), 1996, Virtual Press.
Benford, S. D., Greenhalgh, C. M., Lloyd, D. L., Crowded Collaborative Virtual Environments, to appear in Proc. 1997 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computer Systems (CHI '97), Atlanta, Georgia, March 22-27, 1997, ACM Press.
Benford, S. D., Brown, C. C., Reynard, G. T. and Greenhalgh, C. M (1996): 'Shared Spaces' Transportation, Artificiality and Spatiality', Proc. ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW '96), Boston, pp. 77-86, ACM Press, Nov 16- 20, 1996.
Benford, S. D., Fahlen, L. E. and Bowers, J. M. (1994): 'Managing Mutual Awareness in Collaborative Virtual Environments', Proc. ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology (VRST '94), Singh, G., Feiner, S.K, Thalmann, D. (eds.), August 23-26th 1994, Singapore, pp. 223-236, World Scientific: Singapore.
Greenhalgh, C., Benford, S. (1995): 'MASSIVE: a Distributed Virtual Reality System Incorporating Spatial Trading', Proc. 15th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS '95), Vancouver, Canada, May 30-June 2, 1995, IEEE Computer Society, pp 27-34.
Greenhalgh, C. M., and Benford, S. D. (1995): 'MASSIVE: A Virtual Reality System for Tele-conferencing' , ACM Transactions on Computer Human Interfaces (TOCHI), 2 (3), pp. 239-261, ISSN 1073-0516, ACM Press, September 1995.
Steve Benford, Dave Snowdon and John Mariani (1995) 'Populated Information Terrains: First Steps', . In 'Virtual Reality Application', eds. R.A. Earnshaw, J.A. Vince and H. Jones, Academic Press, 1995, pages 27-39. (ISBN 0-12-227755-4)
'Collaborative Virtual Environments: User Interaction and Populated Information Terrains', Steve Benford, Adrian Bullock, Chris Greenhalgh, Rob Ingram and Dave Snowdon. Invited paper for Imagina '95, Monte-Carlo, February, 1995.
Ingram, R J. and Benford, S D. (1995) 'Legibility Enhancement for Information Visualiation', Proc. IEEE Conference on Vizualisation (IEEE VIZ '95), Atlanta, US, November, 1995.
'WWW3D: A 3D multi-user web browser', Dave Snowdon, Lennart Fahlon and Morten Stenius, in WebNet '96 October 16-19, 1996, San Francisco, CA, USA
Benford, S. D., Bowers, J. M., Fahlen, L. E., Greenhalgh, C. M. and Snowdon,D. N. (1995): 'User Embodiment in Collaborative Virtual Environments', Proc. 1995 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '95), May 7-11, Denver, Colorado, USA, ACM Press.
'What You See is Not What I See: Subjectivity in Virtual Environments", Dave Snowdon, Chris Greenhalgh and Steve Benford, in Framework for Immersive Virtual Enviroments (FIVE '95) 18-19th December, 1995, QMW University of London, UK
Group name: VIRART Address: Dept. of Manufacturing Engneering & Operations Management, University Of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham. NG7 2RD E-mail: email@example.com Telephone: 0115 9514042 Fax: 0115 9514000 World Wide Web URL: http://quoll.maneng.nott.ac.uk/Research/virart/ Principal publications UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM VIRTUAL REALITY APPLICATIONS RESEARCH TEAM
Wilson, J.R., D'Cruz, M.D., Cobb, S.V.G. and Eastgate, R.M., 1996, Virtual Reality for Industrial Application: Opportunities and Limitations. Nottingham: Nottingham University Press.
Scientific journal papers, refereed conference and invited papers
Brown, D.J., Kerr, S.J. and Eynon, A., 1997, New advances in virtual environments for people with special needs. Accepted to appear in Ability: The Journal of the British Computer Society Disability Group, 1997.
Brown, D.J., Kerr, S.J. and Wilson, J.R., 1997. VE in special needs education: The LIVE programme at the University of Nottingham. To appear in Communications of the ACM.
Cobb, S.V.G., 1997, Measurement of postural stability before and after immersion in a virtual environment. To appear in Applied Ergonomics, 28.
Cobb, S.V.G., Nichols, S., Clifford, E. & Birchall, J.., 1997, The effect of immersive virtual reality on postural stability. Accepted paper to be presented at the International Workshop on Motion Sickness, 26-28 May, Marbella, Spain.
Cobb, S.V.G., Nichols, S., Ramsey, A. & Wilson, J.R., 1997, What effects maya user experience from immersion in a VE?: A comment on methodology and findings from an experimental programme. Accepted paper to be presented at the Virtual Reality Worldwide '97, 2-4 April, Santa Clara, California.
D'Cruz, M.D., Eastgate, R.M. and Wilson, J.R., 1997, A study into the issues involved when applying virtual reality technology to training applications. Accepted paper to be presented at the Virtual Reality Worldwide '97, 24 April, Santa Clara, California.
Eastgate, R.M., D%27Cruz, M.D. and Wilson, J.R., 1997, A strategy for the development of virtual environment applications. Accepted paper to be presented at the Virtual Reality Worldwide %2797, 2-4 April, Santa Clara, California.
Ramsey, A., 1997, Investigation of physiological measures relative to self-report of Virtual Reality Induced Sickness and Effects (VRISE). Accepted paper to be presented at the International Workshop on Motion Sickness, 26-28 May, Marbella, Spain.
Standen, P.J., Cromby, J.J., Brown, D.J. and Stewart, D.S., 1997, Evaluation of VE for special education. Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, L:A, March.
Standen, P.J., Cromby, J.J. and Brown, D.J., 1997, Evaluation of the use of VE with students with special learning difficulties. Proceedings of the Annual conference of the British Psychological Society, Edinburgh, April.
Wilson, J.R., 1997. Virtual Environments and Ergonomics: Needs and Opportunities. To appear in Ergonomics, 40.
Brown, D.J., 1996, Developing educational virtual environments for students with severe learning difficulties. In Proceedings of the 10th World Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities, Helsinki ,July, 213-214.
Brown, D.J., Mikropoulos, T.A. and Kerr, S.J., 1996, A virtual laser physics laboratory. Accepted to appear in VR in the Schools, 1997.
Brown, D.J. and Stewart, D.S., 1996, An emergent methodology for the design, development and implementation of virtual learning environments. In Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technology. Reading, July, 75-84.
Cobb, S.V.G., Nichols, S.C., Ramsey, A. and Wilson, J.R., 1996, Health and Safety Implications of Virtual Reality: Results and conclusions from an experimental programme. Proceedings of FIVE '96 Conference (ed: M. Slater), Pisa, Italy, December 1996.
Cromby, J.J., Standen, P.J. and Brown, D.J., 1996, The potential of virtual environments in the education and training of people with learning disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities Research, Vol, 489- 501.
D%27Cruz, M.D., Eastgate, R.M. and Wilson, J.R., 1996, Towards a structured methodology for the industrial application of Virtual Reality. Proceedings of VR World '96, Stuttgart, February, 1996.
Eastgate, R.M., Nichols, S.C. and D'Cruz, M.D., 1996, Application of Human Performance Theory to Virtual Environment Development. First International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics: Stratford upon Avon. Oct. 23-25, 1996.
Nichols, S.C. 1996. Physical ergonomics considerations in Virtual Reality systems. Submitted for publication in Applied Ergonomics, 28.
Nichols, S.C., Cobb, S.V.G. and Wilson, J.R. 1996. Health and safety implications of virtual environments: Measurement issues. Provisionally accepted to appear in Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 6, 1997.
Wilson, J.R., 1996, Effects of participating in virtual environments: A review of current knowledge. Safety Science, 23, 39-51, 1996.
Wilson, J.R. Integration of Design, Planning, Production and Ergonomics through Virtual Environments. In: O. Brown Jr. and H.W. Hendrick (Eds.) Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management V. ODAM '96, Colorado, July, 1996, 377-382, Amsterdam: North-Holland.
Wilson, J.R. Information, Opportunity and Involvement: New Media for Local Control. To appear in Proceedings of HAAMAHA '96, Fifth International Conference on Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Agility and Hybrid Automation, Maui, Hawaii, August, 1996, 5- 12.
Wilson, J.R. Ergonomics in the year 2000 and beyond. Keynote address in the Proceedings of the 4th Pan-Pacific Conference on Occupational Ergonomics, Taipai, Taiwan, November 1996, 5-8.
Wilson, J.R., Cobb, S.V., Nichols, S.C. & Ramsey, A.R., 1996. Methodological issues in the assessment of VRISE. Proceedings of the Workshop on Development of a Generic Battery of Human Performance Metrics for Virtual Environments, DRA Chertsey, 15th October.
Brown, D.J., 1995, Are virtual environments suitable training spaces? Proceedings of NATO Research Study Group Workshop into Virtual Reality, HMS Nelson, Portsmouth, 7-9 March 1995
Brown, D.J. 1995, Learning in Virtual Environments (LIVE). Chapter 14 in: Virtual Reality Applications (eds: J. Vince and R. Earnshaw). London: Academic Press, 245-252.
Brown, D.J., Stewart, D.S. and Wilson, J.R., 1995, Ethical Pathways to Virtual Learning. In: Proceedings of Conference on Virtual Reality and Persons with Disabilities, San Francisco, August..
Brown, D.J., Wilson, J.R., 1995, LIVE: Learning in Virtual Environments. Ability: The Journal of the British Computer Society Disability Group, 15, pp24-25.
Cobb, S.V., D'Cruz, M.D. and Wilson, J.R., 1995, Integrated manufacture: A role for virtual reality? International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics,16, 411- 425.
Cobb, S.V.G., Nichols, S.C. and Wilson, J.R., 1995, Health and safety implications of virtual reality: In search of an experimental methodology. Proceedings of FIVE '95 Conference, (ed: M. Slater) London, 227-242.
Cromby, J.J., Standen, P.J. and Brown, D.J., 1995, Using Virtual Environments in Special Education. VR in the Schools. Dec., 1, No. 3, p.1-4.
Wilson, J.R., 1995, Is there a role for Personal Digital Assistants on the Factory Shopfloor? In: Mobile Personal Communication and Cooperative Working (ed: P.J. Thomas). London: Alfred Waller.
Wilson, J.R., 1995, Virtual Reality: Effectiveness, Effects and Side Effects? Proceedings of the IEA World Conference, Ergonomic Design, Interfaces, Products, Information, Rio de Janeiro, Oct. 1995.
Wilson, J.R., 1995, Factors of Virtual Environments and Effects on Participants. Optometry and Vision Science: Supplement, 72(12), 168.
Wilson, J.R., Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V., D'Cruz, M.D. and Eastgate, R.M., 1995, Manufacturing operations in virtual environments. Presence, 4/3, 306-317.
Wilson, J.R., Cobb, S.V. and D'Cruz, M.D., 1995, Virtual Environments as an integrating medium. Proceedings of Virtual Reality World '95, Stuttgart, Germany, February 1995.
Wilson, J.R., Nichols, S.C. and Ramsey, A. 1995, Virtual Reality Health and Safety: Facts, Speculation and Myths. VR News, 4, Issue 9, 20-24, November, 1995.
Brown, D.J., 1994, Special computers for special children. Open Learning Systems News, 49, 7-8.
Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V.G. and Eastgate, R.M., 1994, Learning in Virtual Environments (LIVE). Proceedings of the BCS Displays Group Conference on Applications of Virtual Reality, University of Leeds, June.
Brown, D.J. and Cromby, J., 1994, Grounding the LIVE project in contemporary educational theory. Proceedings of the VR in Education Conference, Greece, University of Ioanina, October.
Cobb, S.V.G. and D'Cruz, M.D., 1994. First UK national survey on industrial applications of Virtual Reality. VR News, 3/3 April, 19-21.
Cobb, S.V.G., Brown, D.J., D'Cruz, M.D., Eastgate, R.M., Cope, N.J. and Wilson, J.R., 1994, First UK national survey of VR in industry: assessing industry perceptions of Virtual Reality. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference on Virtual Reality, London, pp.101- 106.
Cobb, S.V., D'Cruz, M.D., Robson, J.I., Eastgate, R.M., Brown, D.J., Cope, N.J. and Wilson, J.R., 1994. Evaluating VR as a practical tool for industrial applications: Individual and organisational usability. Proceedings of the 12th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, Toronto, Vol.4, 400-402.
Cromby, J., Standen, P.J., Brown, D.J. and Newman, J., 1994, Virtual reality and special education: grounding practice in theory. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society PSY-PAG Conference, Sheffield, July.
Eastgate, R.M. and Wilson, J.R., 1994, Virtual worlds. EXE: The Software Developers' Magazine, 9/7, 1994, 14-16.
Wilson, J.R., 1994, Effects of participating in virtual environments: A review of current knowledge. Proceedings of Safety and Well-Being at Work: A Human Factors Approach, (eds: A. Cheyne, S. Cox, K.. Irving), Loughborough University: Centre for Hazard and Risk Management, pp. 13-27.
Wilson, J.R., 1994, Safety issues of virtual reality: Positive uses and potential side effects. Proceedings ofthe 2nd European Forum on Science and Safety, December Barcelona.
Andrews, D.M., Smith, P.A., Wilson, J.R. and Mayfield,T.F., 1993, The use of multi media in training process control operators. Addendum to Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society, Herriot Watt, April.
Brown, D.J., 1993. Virtual Reality, Virtually Unlimited. British Journal of Special Education, 20/1, 12.
Brown, D.J., 1993, Entering the weird world of Virtual Reality. Disability Now, February.
Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V. and Eastgate, R.M., 1993, Close encounters. Special Children, September, pp.31-33.
Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V., Eastgate, R.M. and Wilson, J.R.., 1993, Desktop VR as a practical tool in industry and education. In: Proceedings of Virtual Reality International '93, Olympia Conference Centre, London, April, pp. 111-121.
Gibson, I., Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V. and Eastgate, R.M., 1993, Virtual reality and rapid prototyping. In: Virtual Reality in Engineering (eds. Warwick, K., Gray,J. and Roberts, D.) IEE Computer Series 20, London, 51-63.
Smith, P.A. and Wilson, J.R., 1993, Navigation in hypertext through virtual environments. Applied Ergonomics, 24, 271-278.
Smith, P.A. and Wilson, J.R., 1993, Hypertext and expert systems: The possibilities for integration. Interaction with Computers, 5, 371-384.
1992 Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V., Eastgate, R.M., Gibson, I. and Smith, P.A, 1992, Research applications of virtual reality. Interactive Learning International, 8, 161-163.
Wilson, J.R., Cobb, S.V., Brown, D.J. and Eastgate, R.M., 1992, Assessing desktop VR applications: utility and usability for organisations and users. Proceedings of the VR/Novel Interfaces and Design Conference. Coventry, Nov.
VIRART Report Series
VIRART/93/101 Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V.G. and Eastgate, R.M., 1993, Virtual Reality as a Tool to Teach Makaton Symbols to Children with Learning and Motor Skills Difficulties.
VIRART/94/112 Edley, N. (1994) Health and Safety Effects of Virtual Reality: A programme of research into the potential psycho-social effects of inhabiting virtual worlds.
VIRART/94/113 Cobb, S.V.G. and D'Cruz, M.D, 1994, First UK National Survey on Industrial Applications of Virtual Reality.
VIRART/94/114 Cobb, S.V.G. and D'Cruz, M.D, 1994, Follow-up Study of Potential Virtual Reality Applications in UK Manufacturing Industry.
VIRART/94/115 D'Cruz, M.D, and Cobb, S.V.G., 1994, Virtual Reality Common Interest Groups in the UK.
VIRART/94/116 Wilson, J.R., (1994) Effects of Participating in Virtual Environments: A Review of Current Knowledge.
VIRART/94/117 Wilson, J.R., 1994, Desktop Virtual Environments in Manufacturing and Other Industry: Report on the State of the Art.
VIRART/95/120 Cobb, S., Nichols, S. & Wilson, J.R. (1995) Health and Safety Implications of Virtual Reality: In search of an experimental methodology.
VIRART/95/121 Nichols, S., Cobb, S., Wilson, J.R., Cope, N. & D'Cruz, M. (1995) Experiment to examine general psychological effects and appropriate methodologies.
VIRART/95/122 Nichols, S. (1995) Investigating individual differences in Virtual Reality induced symptoms and effects (VRISE).
VIRART/IOE/96/110 Crosier, J.K., Cobb, S.V.G. and Webb, P.F., (1996) Ideas from pilot study for main study. Working Paper produced for GNSR project "Safety and usability of teleoperated remote handling systems"
VIRART/96/123 Ramsey, A. (1996) Evaluation of the sensitivity of various physiological indices relative to self report of Virtual Reality Induced Symptoms and Effects.
VIRART/95/125 Wilson, J.R., Nichols, S. & Ramsey, A. (1995) Virtual Reality Health and Safety: Facts, Speculations and Myths.
VIRART/96/128 Nichols, S.C. (1996) Effect of virtual reality on concentration.
VIRART/96/129 Ramsey, A., (1996) Incidence and adaptation to VR-induced symptoms and effects due to changes in passive display speed and repeated immersion in a VE.
VIRART/96/130 Cobb, S. and Nichols, S., (1996) Measurement of postural stability before and after immersion in a VE.
VIRART/96/131 Cobb, S.V.G., Nichols, S.C., Ramsey, A., Wilson, J.R., Howarth, P. and Costello, P, 1996, Summary Report of Programme of Work. Report for Health and Safety Executive on Grant 3181/R53.133.
VIRART/96/132 Nichols, S.C., Ramsey, A. and Cobb, S.V.G. (1996) A Review of Effects Assessment Methodologies.
VIRART/96/133 Nichols, S.C., Eastgate, R.M. and Cobb, S.V.G. (1996) Issues of Importance in Development of Virtual Environments for Route Learning. Report produced for BR Research.
VIRART/96/134 Nichols, S.C. and Cobb, S.V.G. (1996) Driver Behaviour. Report produced for BR Research.
VIRART/96/135 Cobb, S.V.G., Nichols, S.C. and Kerr, S.J. (1996). Human Factors of Real-Time Information Systems. Report produced for BR Research.
VIRART/96/136 Ramsey, A, (1996) Questionnaire Pamphlet for HSE Research.
VIRART/96/140 Brown, D.J., Mikropoulos, T., Kerr, S., (1996) Laser Physics in Virtual Environments.
VIRART/96/141 Nichols, S.C. (1996) Drive fatigue and shiftwork. Report produced for BR Research.
VIRART/IOE/97/143 Crosier, J.K., Cobb, S.V.G. and Webb, P., (1997) Observation of teleoperation control within the nuclear industry. Report produced for GNSR project "Safety and usability of teleoperated remote handling systems".
VIRART/IOE/97/144 Crosier, J.K., Cobb, S.V.G. and Webb, P., (1997) Definition of pilot study experimental cell parameters. Report produced for GNSR project "Safety and usability of teleoperated remote handling systems".
VIRART/IOE/97/145 Crosier, J.K. and Cobb, S.V.G., (1997) Pilot study to compare operation of simple and complex teleoperation control modes with and without IGRIP. Report produced for GNSR project "Safety and usability of teleoperated remote handling systems".
VIRART Internal Research Reports
Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V.G., Eastgate, R.M. and Wilson, J.R., 1993, VR as a tool to train operators in compartment layout and to maintain plant efficiently in hazardous environments. Report for Rolls Royce and Associates.
Brown, D.J., Eastgate, R.M. and Collins, B.T., 1994, Virtual Reality Applications for Factory Planning and Layout. Report for Unilever Research.
Brown, D.J., 1995, The Use of Virtual Reality to teach children with severe learning difficulties. Report to BBC Children in Need Trustees.
Brown, D.J., Cobb, S.V.G., 1995, Rompa VIRART: Instruction booklet. Published as internal report.
Cobb, S.V.G., Brown, D.J. and Eastgate, R.M., 1992, Research Applications of Virtual Reality, Part 1. Report to Superscape Ltd.
Cobb, S.V.G., Brown, D.J. and Eastgate, R.M.., 1993, Research Applications of Virtual Reality, Part 2. Report to Superscape Ltd.
Collins, B., 1993, Examining machine safety using desktop VR. Project Report No. 2 for the Health and Safety Executive.
Eastgate, R.M., D'Cruz, M.D., Collins, B. and Lee, C., 1994, L.I.V.E. (Learning in Virtual Environments)-Makaton. Report produced for the Business Software Challenge '90s.
VIRART, 1994, Virtual Reality Information Pack. Available from the Virtual Reality Applications Research Team, University of Nottingham.
Group Name: Royal College of Art Address: Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 0171 590 4296 Fax: 0171 590 4290 World Wide Web URL: http://www-crd.rca.ac.uk/index.htm Principal publications:
Virtual Unreality: the modulation of tome, space and energy, UKVRSIG July 1996 The re-invention of virtual reality: Cubism, Duchamp and the fourth dimension. (accepted for publication in Leonardo, October 1997)
Group name: ARL:Drive Address: Dept of Psychology Univ. of Reading 3 Earley Gate Reading RG6 6AL E-mail: J.P.Wann@rdg.ac.uk\
Wann,J.P. Rushton, S.K., Smyth, M & D. Jones. (in press) Rehabilitative Environments for Attention and Movement Disorders. Communications of ACM.
Mon-Williams, M., Wann, J.P. and Peli, E. (in press) Vision in visualization: a consideration of the human ocular-motor system and its interface with virtual environments. Journal of the Society for Information Display.
Wann J.P. (1996) Virtual Reality Environments for Rehabilitation of Perceptual-Motor Disorders Following Stroke. Proc. 1st European Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies, 233-238. ISBN: 0 7049 1140.
Rushton S.K., Coles and Wann J.P. (1996). Virtual Reality Technology in the Assessment and Rehabilitation of Unilateral Visual Neglect. Proc. 1st European Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies, 227-232. ISBN: 0 7049 1140.
Wann J.P & Turnbull J. (1993) Motor Skill Learning In Cerebral Palsy: Movement, Action and Computer Enhanced Therapy. Bailliere's Clinical Neurology2, 15-28
Wann, J.P. and Mon-Williams, M. (1997) Health issues with virtual reality displays: What we do know and what we don't. Computer Graphics May 1997, pp 53-57
Mon-Williams, M., Rushton, S.K. & Wann, J.P. (in press) Investigating the reciprocal cross-links between accommodation and vergence: Implications for virtual reality displays. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics.
Wann, J.P. and Mon-Williams, M. (1996) What does Virtual Reality Need: Human Factors Issues in the Design of 3D Computer Environments. Int. Journal of Human Computer Studies 44, 829 - 847.
Mon-Williams, M., Wann, J.P. and Rushton, S. (1996) Design Factors in Stereoscopic Virtual-Reality Displays. Journal of the Society for Information Display 3, 207-210.
Wann, J.P. Rushton, S.K. & Mon-Williams M. (1995) Natural problems for stereoscopic depth perception in Virtual Environments. Vision Research 19, 2731-2736.
Mon-Williams M.A, Wann J.P. & Rushton, S.K. (1995) An increase and decrease in the gain of the AC/A ratio may be produced (virtually). Investigative Optometry & Vision Science.
Rushton S., Mon-Williams, M. and Wann, J. (1994). Binocular vision in a bi-ocular world: new generation head-mounted displays avoid causing visual deficit. Displays 15, 255-260
Mon-Williams M.A., Wann J.P., Rushton S.K., Ackerley R. (1993) Real problems with virtual worlds.Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics.13, 435-436.
Mon-Williams, M, Wann, J.P. & Rushton, S.K. (1993). Binocular Vision in a Virtual World: Visual deficits following the wearing of a head-mounted display. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics. 13 , 387-391
Wann J.P & Rushton S.K. (1993) Perceptual Issues in Visualisation with Virtual Environment Displays. (Keynote presentation) Proceedings of the ANZ Conference on Intelligent Information Systems Perth , WA 1-3 Dec. 1993, IEEE WA Division pp 755-759 ISBN: 0-86-42-22-91-2
Rushton, S. & Wann, J. (1993). Problems in Perception and Action in Virtual Worlds. in T. Feldman (ed) Virtual Reality 1993 : Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Conference on Virtual Reality in London. Antony Rowe, Wilts, pp43-55. ISBN: 0-88736-935-9
Wann, J.P., Rushton, S.K. & Mon-Williams (1992) Assessing human response to VR environments. Proceedings of the ACME\SERC Symposium on Virtual Design and Manufacture. Dec. 1992, Coventry, England.
Group name: Virtual Reality in Medicine & Biology Group (VRMBG) Address: Dept Medical Physics & Clinical Eng. University of Sheffield Royal Hallamshire Hospital Glossop Road Sheffield S10 2JF E-mail: email@example.com Telephone: (0114) 2712688 Fax: (0114) 2713403 World Wide Web URL: http://www.shef.ac.uk/uni/projects/vrmbg/ Principal publications: BOOKS:
Hollands, R. (1996), The Virtual Reality Homebrewer's Handbook, John Wiley & Sons Publishers
Hollands, R. & Mort, N. (1994), "Manufacturing systems simulation : mixed-mode and virtual reality simulation", Factory 2000, York
Hollands, R. (1994), "Conference news - Virtual Reality Vienna 1993 -December 1 to 3, Vienna, Austria", Virtual Reality Report, Vol 4, No 1, pp9-13, January
Hollands, R.J. (1994), "Getting started in virtual reality: how to set up a VR lab. - the garage VR solution", Proc. of London Virtual Reality Expo Conference 1994, London, 31 January-2 February, pp35-40
Hollands, R. (1994), "La fabbrica senza mattoni", Virtual, Vol 2, No 7, pp58-62, March
Hollands, R. & Mort, N. (1994), "The use of VR for enhanced visualisation in systems simulation", Proc. 1st UK VR-SIG Conference, Nottingham, 14 March, pp20-26
Hollands, R.J. & Mort, N. (1994), "Virtual reality in combined continuous/discrete simulation", Proc. of Control 94, Warwick, 21-24 March, pp941-948
Hollands, R.J. (1994), "Getting started in virtual reality: how to set up a VR lab. - the garage VR solution", Virtual Reality World, Vol 2, No 4, pp21-27, July/August
Hollands, R. & Mort, N. (1994), "The use of VR to ease visualisation of industrial simulations", Anc. Proc. of HCI 94, Glasgow, 24-26 August
Hollands, R. (1994), "The use of VR for industrial simulation", PCVR, No 17, pp7-12, September/October
Hollands, R.J. & Mort, N. (1994), "Simulation of mixed-mode systems with enhanced visualisation using virtual reality techniques", IEE Colloq. on Mixed Mode Modelling and Simulation, 3 November, Digest 1994/205, pp4/1-4/4
Hollands, R. (1994), "Garage VR systems under £2000", Virtual Reality World, Vol 2, No 6, p65, November/December Hollands, R. (1994), "Virtual visions", Audio Visuality, Vol 1, No 2, pp103-107, December
Hollands, R. (1994), "Total immersion", Audio Visuality, Vol 1, No 2, pp108-111, December 1995
Hollands, R. (1995), "TV tries the virtually impossible", Audio Visuality, Vol 1, No 2, pp106-107, January
Hollands, R. (1995), "Essential garage peripherals", VR World, Vol 3, No 1, pp56-57, January/February
Hollands, R. (1995), "Technology review- 3D navigational & gestural devices", VR News, Vol 4, No 2, pp23-29, March
Hollands, R. (1995), "Arcade VR at home", VR World, Vol 3, No 2, pp64-65, March/April
Hollands, R. & Mort, N. (1995), "Virtual reality for manufacturing systems simulation", International Journal of Manufacturing Systems Simulation, Vol 2, No 2, pp 121-129
Hollands, R. (1995), "Technology review - sourceless trackers", VR News, Vol 4, No 3, pp23-29, April
Hollands, R. (1995), "Jack tuttofare", Virtual, Vol 3, No 19, pp38-39, April
Hollands, R. (1995), "Where are the Powergloves", VR World, Vol 3, No 3, pp60-61, May/June
Hollands, R. & Mort, N. (1995), "Using virtual reality techniques to simulate mixed-mode dynamic systems", 2nd International Conference on Industrial Automation, Nancy, France, 7-9 June
Hollands, R.J., Trowbridge, E.A., Bickerstaff, D., Edwards, J.B. & Mort, N. (1995), "The particular problem of arthroscopic surgical simulation - a preliminary report", Computer Graphics : Developments in Virtual Environments, Academic Press, Earnshaw, R.A. & Vince, J.A. editors, pp475-482
Hollands, R. (1995), "A garage shopping list", VR World, Vol 3, No 4, pp90-91, July/August
Hollands, R.J. & Mort, N. (1995), "Manufacturing systems simulation with enhanced visualisation using virtual reality techniques", IEE Colloq. on Manufacturing Simulation, 11 October, Digest 1995/166, pp6/1-6/4
Hollands, R. (1996), "Garage virtual reality", Virtual Reality: Theory, Practice and Promise, Mecklermedia Publishers, Helsel, S. editor Kloss, J., Szabo, K. & Hollands, R. (1996), "Virtual Reality Special Interest Groups around the world", Proc. of Virtual Reality World '96, Stuttgart, February 13-15, pp1-7
Hollands, R.J. & Trowbridge, E.A. (1996), "A PC-based virtual reality arthroscopic surgical trainer", Proc. of Simulation in Synthetic Environments '96, New Orleans, April 8-11, The Society for Computer Simulation, Simulation Series, Vol 28, No. 4, pp17-22
Hollands, R.J. & Trowbridge, E.A. (1996), "A virtual reality training tool for the arthroscopic treatment of knee disabilities", Proc.ECDVRAT '96, Reading, 8-10 July, pp131-140
Hollands, R.J. & Trowbridge, E.A. (1996), "A keyhole surgery training tool", Proc. 3rd UK VR-SIG Conference, Leicester, 3 July, pp31-43
Hollands, R. (1996), "Technology review-neural interfaces", VR News, Vol 5, No 9, November, pp32-36
Hollands, R.J. & Trowbridge, E.A. (1997), "Virtual reality and healthcare technology : the Sheffield experience", Technology and Persons with Disabilities, Los Angeles, USA, 18-22 March
Hollands, R.J. & Trowbridge, E.A. (1997), "A knee arthroscopy training tool using virtual reality techniques", to be presented at Third International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics & Biomedical Engineering, Barcelona, Spain, 7-10 May
McCarthy, A.D., Hollands, R. & Trowbridge, E.A. (1997), "Creation of deformable tissues for use in a virtual reality surgical simulator: the Sheffield arthroscopic trainer", submitted to World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Nice, French Riviera, September 14-19
Group Name: Human Factors Research Unit Address: I.S.V.R, University of Southampton, Southampton, SO17 1BJ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Tel: 01703 592853 Fax: 01703 592927 World Wide Web URL: http://www.isvr.soton.ac.uk Principal publications:
So, R.H.Y, Griffin, M.J. (1996) Experimental studies of the use of phase lead filters to compensate lags in head-coupled visual displays. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans, 26 (4) 445-454.
So, R.H.Y. and Griffin, M.J. (1995c) Head-coupled virtual environment with display lag. In: Carr, K. and England, R., eds. Simulated and Virtual Realities - Elements of Perception. London: Taylor and Francis.
So, R.H.Y, and Griffin, M.J. (1995) Effects of lags on human operator transfer functions with head-coupled systems. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 66(6), 550-556.
So, R.H.Y. (1994) An investigation of the effects of lags on motion sickness with a head-coupled visual display. Proc. U.K. Informal Group on Human Response to Vibration, Institute of Naval Medicine, Alverstoke, 19-21 September.
So, R.H.Y, and Griffin, M.J. (1992) Compensating lags in head-coupled displays using head position prediction and image deflection. Journal of Aircraft, 29(6), 1064-1068.
Wells, M.J. and Griffin, M.J. (1987) Flight trial of a helmet-mounted display image stabilisation system.Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 58(4), 319-322.
Wells, M.J. and Griffin, M.J. (1987) A review and investigation of aiming and tracking performance with head-mounted sights. IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, SMC-17, 210-221.
Wells, M.J. and Griffin, M.J. (1984) Benefits of helmet-mounted display stabilisation under whole-body vibration. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 55(1), 13-18.
Furness, T.A. and Lewis, C.H. (1978) Helmet-mounted display reading performance under whole-body vibration. Proc. U.K. Informal Group on Human Response to Vibration, NIAE/NCAE, Silsoe, September.
Group Name: Virtuality Ltd Address: 3 Oswin Road Brailsford Industrial Park Leicester LE3 1HR E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Principal Publications: The Virtual Entertainment Industry Report (published by VR News)
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