The BRIDGES project is composed of 7 work packages. All work packages are tightly linked, progressing in an iterative and incremental manner to ensure the achievement of the project’s goals.
Public deliverables (pending review), reports, publications, and other material produced during the project’s lifetime are made available on this page as they occur.
Eliciting requirements for a multisensory eXtended Reality platform for training and informal learning (paper)
The paper – presented during the third day of CHIGreece2021 – summarizes the research goals, methodology and outcomes that have been held by the BRIDGES project to elicit the users needs and requirements and establish a user-centered iterative approach.
Exploring the Effect of Personality Traits in VR Interaction: The Emergent Role of Perspective-Taking in Task Performance
In this work, our partner NKUA (National Kapodistrian University of Athens) and Athena Research and Innovation Center explored the effect of personality traits on user interaction in virtual reality (VR), on the less widely studied aspect of task performance during object manipulation. We conducted an experiment measuring the performance of 39 users interacting with a virtual environment using the virtual hand metaphor to execute a simple selection and positioning task, with or without virtual obstacles. Our findings suggest concrete correlations between user personality traits and behavior data.