Sense of Presence, Attitude Change, Perspective-Taking and Usability in First-Person Split-Sphere 360° Video

論文URL:http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3173574.3174119

論文アブストラクト:This paper examines the sense of presence, attitude change, perspective-taking, and usability of a split-sphere, first-person perspective 360 degree video about gender inequality, in which people can choose to watch the narrative from the male or female character's perspective. Sixty-seven participants were randomly assigned to watch (1) the video in 360 degree split-view in a head-mounted display, (2) the same film as 180 degree in a HMD, or (3) a flat control version of the video on a laptop. The 360 degree split-sphere increased the viewers' feeling of personal responsibility for resolving gender inequality, desire to rewatch the video, fear of missing out, and feeling of missing the full story. The 180 degree video created the strongest sense of presence, embodiment, and understanding of the character. However, people with greater egocentric projection onto the male character felt less responsible for resolving gender inequality, particularly in the 360 degree split-view.

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360°映像を180°で二分割し,二人の一人称視点映像を視聴者が自由に選択できる360°split-sphere映像と普通の180°映像を比較し,360°映像の臨場感,態度変容,視点取得,ユーザビリティについて調査.

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