HCI Lessons From PlayStation VR

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Habgood, Jacob; Wilson, David; Moore, David; Alapont, Sergio;
(2017)

PlayStation VR has quickly built up a significant user-base of over a million headsets and its own ecosystem of games across a variety of genres. These games form part of a rapidly evolving testing ground for design solutions which can usefully inform HCI design for vir... View more
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