Stanford, UCF Study Finds People Avoid Virtual Humans in Real World

Stanford, UCF Study Finds People Avoid Virtual Humans in Real World

Interacting with virtual humans in an augmented reality training environment seems to carry over into the real world, prompting people to respect the personal space of virtual characters even when they are no longer visible.  That’s one of the findings in a new study Stanford and UCF published in the journal PLOS ONE.

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