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Abdul Alshaer, Holger Regenbrecht, David O'Hare (2017) Immersion factors affecting perception and behaviour in a virtual reality power wheelchair simulator Applied Ergonomics: Human Factors in Technology and Society, Applied Ergonomics 58 (January 2017), 1-12.
Abdul Alshaer, David O'Hare, Simon Hoermann, Holger Regenbrecht (2016) The impact of the visual representation of the input device on driving performance in a power wheelchair simulator. Accepted for publication the proceedings of the 11th Intl Conf. Disability, Virtual Reality & Associated Technologies Los Angeles, California, USA, 2016.
Abdul Alshaer, Holger Regenbrecht, David O'Hare (2015) Investigating Visual Dominance with a Virtual Driving Task Proceedings of IEEE Virtual Reality, Arles, 145-146.Alshaer, A., Hoermann, S. & Regenbrecht, H. (2013) Influence of peripheral and stereoscopic vision on driving performance in a power wheelchair simulator system. Proceedings of ICVR, International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation, August 26-29 2013, Philadelphia, USA.
Mohammed Alghamdi, Holger Regenbrecht, Simon Hoermann, and Nicola Swain (2017) Mild Stress Stimuli built into a Non-Immersive Virtual Environment can elicit actual Stress Responses Behaviour & Information Technology. London/UK: Taylor & FrancisMohammed Alghamdi, Holger Regenbrecht, Simon Hoermann, Tobias Langlotz, Colin Aldridge (2016) Social Presence and Mode of Videocommunication in a Collaborative Virtual Environment Proceedings of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2016), 2016.