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The influence of hand visualization in tool-based motor-skills training, a longitudinal study

Abstract : In this work, we study how the user's hand representation impacts the training of tool-based motor skills in immersive VR. We created a VR trainer for a tool-based task, and conducted a user study (N=26) to evaluate how the hand visualization can influence participants' learning performance. Two groups of participants were trained in the simulator under one of the two experimental conditions: presence/absence of their virtual hands' representation, while a control group received no training. The results show that while both training groups improve their performance compared to the control group, no significant impact of the hand visualization is observed.
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Aylen Ricca, Amine Chellali, Samir Otmane. The influence of hand visualization in tool-based motor-skills training, a longitudinal study. 28th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR 2021), Mar 2021, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-03132374⟩

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