. Openhaptics-unity-plugin,

, Possession Q1 J'ai eu l'impression que le corps virtuel était mon corps

Q. Agentivité, impression que je pouvais contrôler l'avatar virtuel comme si c'était mon corps

J. , impression que les mouvements de l'avatar étaient causés par mes mouvements

. Q6-j', ai eu l'impression que les mouvements de l'avatar virtuel influençait mes propres mouvements

, Sensations Tactiles Q8

J. , impression que les sensations de toucher ressenties étaient situées entre mon corps et le corps virtuel

J. , impression que les sensations de toucher ressenties étaient causées par le contact entre l'environnement et le corps virtuel

, impression que mon corps pouvait toucher l'environnement ? Q11 J'ai eu l'impression que mon corps pouvait être affecté par les collisions avec l'environnement ?

J. , impression que mon corps se rapprochait lentement du corps virtuel, ou que le corps virtuel se rapprochait lentement de mon corps

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