Betty Mohler, Ph.D.

Address: Max-Planck-Ring 14
72076 Tübingen
Room number: 1.VR.03
Phone: +49 7071 601 1809
E-Mail: betty.mohler


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Betty Mohler

Position: Research Group Leader  Unit: Alumni Bülthoff

Starting January 1st, 2014 I have a Minerva funded independent research group see: Space & Body Perception.


Additional Funding Resources:

  • 2015-2018 Finding Perspective Volkswagen Foundation, Principal Investigators: Dr. Adrian Alsmith, Dr. Matthew Longo, Dr. Christophe Lopez, Dr. Betty Mohler and Dr. Hong Yu Wong (MPG: 93.300)
  • 2014-2016 CIN Pool Project 2014-03: Investigating Body Representation Distortions in Patient Populations using Biometric Self-Avatars in Virtual Reality (€59,540). Principal Investigators: Michael Black, Betty Mohler, Hong Yu Wong, Hans-Otto Karnath and Stephan Zipfel.
  • 2013 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation 6 Month Fellowship for Visiting Distinguished Professor Jeanine Stefannuci, Role: Host ~€20.000
  • 2012-2015 European Union Project FP7 Project: VR-HYPERSPACE, The innovative use of Virtual Reality to increase Human comfort bY changing the PERception of Self and sPACE, Role: MPG Scientific Coordinator, Entire Consortium Funding: €4.59Million MPG Funding: €625.150
  • 2011-2014 CIN Pool Project 2011-16: How does visual embodiment influence perception and action? €66,744, Hong Yu Wong, Sally Linkenauger, Betty Mohler



    Alumni Members:

    Research Scientist: Bresciani J-P, PhD now Associate Professor, Université Pierre Mendès-France, Jennifer Campos, PhD now Research Scientist at Toronto Rehab Center and Assistant Professor at University of Toronto, Dr. Bernhard Riecke, now Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University, Wataru Teramoto, PhD, now Assistant Professor at Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan Visiting Professors: Prof. Roy Ruddle, University of Leeds, Prof. Jack Loomis, University of California, Santa Barbara Technical Staff: Michael Weyel, Cengiz Terzibas PhD Students: Dr. Joerg Schulte-Pelkum, now at University of Vechta Master Students: Julia Frankenstein, now a PhD student at University of Freiburg, Neth CT, M.Sc., Anna-Antonia Pape, Agnieszka Leyko, now a PhD student at the University of Bonn Visiting Students: Laura Trutoiu, now a PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University, Michael Geuss, PhD student at University of Utah, Agnes Henson, Undergraduate student at Cardiff University, Kishore Rama Chandra, now a Master student at University of Michigan, Naima Laharnar, now a research assistant at Oregon Health & Sciences University, Erin McManus, Master student at Vanderbilt University


    Mohler in Moven Suit and with a self-animated avatarVisual body influences perception: Seeing a virtual avatar in the virtual environment influences egocentric distance estimates. If this avatar is a self-animated avatar, egocentric distances are even more influenced (Mohler, Presence, 2010).  Eye-height influences egocentric space and dimension estimates in virtual environments (Leyrer, APGV 2011).  Seeing a virtual character (self or other) impacts subsequent performance of common tasks in virtual environments (McManus, supervised by Mohler, APGV 2011).  The size of visual body parts (hands/arm length) influences size and distance estimates in virtual worlds (Linkenauger, ECVP and VSS 2011).  These results taken together argue that the body plays a central role in the perception of our surrounding environment.


    Communiction Dodds ResearchThe role of visual body information in human interaction and communication: Current state-of-the-art in motion capture tracking enables scientists to animate avatars with multiple participant’s body motion in real time. We have used this technology to conduct experiments investigating the role of body language on successful communication and interaction. We have found that body language is important for successful communication in a word-communication task and that both the speaker’s and the listener’s body movements (as seen through animated avatars) impacts communication (Dodds, CASA, 2010).  We have further shown that people move more if they are wearing the xSens Moven suits and using large-screen projection technology as compared to when they are wearing Vicon rigid body tracking objects and viewing the virtual world in a low field-of-view head-mounted display (Dodds, PLoS One 2011). We have also investigated the role of the visual information of the interaction partner on task performance in a table-tennis paradigm. We have shown that the social context (competitive or cooperative) mediates the use of visual information about the interaction partner (Streuber, EBR 2011). We have also used motion capture technology to investigate the use of VR for medical training (Alexandrova CASA, 2011) and the emotional expression of body language (Volkova, IMRF, 2011).


    Avatar Pointing to Target for Reaching ExperimentsSelf-motion perception while walking and reaching: We have conducted studies to investigate the sensory contribution to encoding walking velocity (visual, vestibular, proprioceptive, efferent copy) and have found a new measure for self-motion perception: active pointing trajectory (Campos, PLoS One, 2009). We have further demonstrated that imagined walking is different than physical walking, in that participants point in a way that indicates that they are not simulating all of their sensory information for walking when imagining walking. Additionally, we have investigated human’s ability to detect when they are walking on a curved path and the influence of walking speed on curvature sensitivity. We have found that walking speed does influence curvature sensitivity, showing that when walking at a slower velocity people are less sensitive to walking on a curve. We exploit this perceptual knowledge and designed a dynamic gain controller for redirected walking, which enables participants to walk unaided in a virtual city (Neth, IEEE-VR 2011).  Finally, we have investigated motor learning in for reaching given different viewpoints and different visual realism of the arm and environment and make suggestions for the use of VR for rehabilitation and motor-learning experiments (Shomaker, Tesch, Buelthoff & Bresciani, EBR 2011).


    Joachim Tesch on OmniDirectional TreadmillSpatial perception and cognition: Visiting Prof. Roy Ruddle investigated the role of body-based information on spatial navigation. He found that walking improves humans cognitive map in large virtual worlds (Ruddle, ToCHI 2011) and he investigated the role of body-based information and landmarks on route knowledge (Ruddle, Memory & Cognition 2011).  We have also found that pointing to locations within one’s city of residence relies on a single north-oriented reference frame likely learned from maps [Frankenstein, PsychScience in press]. Without maps available navigators primarily memorize a novel space as local interconnected reference frames corresponding to a corridor or street [Meilinger 2010 and Hensen, supervised by Meilinger 2011 Cog Sci,]. Consistent with these results, entorhinal grid cells in humans quickly remap their grid orientation after changing the surrounding environment (Pape, supervised by Melinger SfN 2011). Additionally, we have found that egocentric distance estimates are also underestimated in large screen displays, and are influenced by the distance to the screen (Alexandrova, APGV 2010).


    Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

    Spemannstrasse 44

    72076 Tübingen, Germany




    My research focuses on using and improving virtual reality technology by scientifically exploring human perception and action. Specifically, I investigate the impact that the visual body has on subsequent actions. I have investigated human adaptation of complex task performance, human perception of self-motion and human perception of space.  My research group, Perception & Action in Virtual Environments (PAVE), explores the perception of self, the influence of the visual body on actions and learning in virtual environments. We conduct our research by animating and manipulating virtual human characters (avatars).  Using avatars we can systematically explore the influence of visual information about the body (size, shape, identity) on human behavior, such as space perception, object interaction, communication and decision making.  Additionally, we are also collaborating with a university hospital to develop applications for our research findings, such as medical training simulations and virtual reality rehabilitation. We publish our novel research results both to the best virtual reality conferences and journals (i.e. IEEE-VR 2011; Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments; and IEEE Computer & Graphics) and leading international psychology journals (Psych Science; Experimental Brain Research; and Transactions on Applied Perception). Additionally, I have secured funding for my group and department through the European Union Projects under FP7 as well as through attracting top scientists from international universities and funding agencies.


    Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, August 2007

    B.S., Computer Science, Millersville University, Millersville, PA, May, 2001


    Native Language: English

    Second Language: German, Level C-1



    2011-December, 31st 2012 Max Planck Institute Fellowship for Betty Mohler

    2011-2014 European Union Project VR-HYPERSPACE, The innovative use of Virtual Reality to

    increase Human comfort bY changing the PERception of Self and sPACE, Coordinator, Mirabelle D’Cruz, University of Nottingham, Principle Investigator for MPG: Betty Mohler Funds: 1 Post-doctoral Research Scientist and 1 PhD student

    2010-2014 European Union Project myCopter, Enabling Technologies for Personal Aerial

    Transportation Systems (co-writer), Coordinator: Prof. Heinrich Bülthoff

    Funds: 1 Post-doctoral Research Scientist and 1 PhD student

    2011-2013 Humboldt Fellowship for Sally Linkenauger,

    under Supervision of Betty Mohler & Prof. Bülthoff

    2011-2013 Swiss National Science Foundation Scholarship for Martin Dobricki,

    under  Supervision of Betty Mohler & Prof. Bülthoff

    2010 European Union Project POETICON, Principle Investigator for MPG, Christian Wallraven

    2007-2009 Max Planck Institute Fellowship for Betty Mohler

    2003-2006 National Science Foundation Project: Locomotion in Virtual Environments, Principle

    Investigators, William B. Thompson & Peter Shirley, University of Utah

    2001-2003 Distinguished Brown Fellowship for Betty Mohler, University of Utah


    01/2009-present Project Leader: Perception and Action in Virtual Environments (PAVE)

    Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany,

    • Leads a group, which is part of Prof. Bülthoff’s department, of 5-7 scientists who investigate human perception and action while using and improving state-of-the-art virtual reality technology

    01/2007-01/2009 Post-doctoral Research Scientist

    Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany,

    • Conducted research investigating locomotion and space perception in immersive virtual environments

    09/2001–12/2006 Graduate Student

    University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

    • Investigated visual control of locomotion by using a robotic treadmill and visual scenes with rich 3D content.
    • Investigated human adaptation to visual feedback in an immersive head-mounted display virtual environment

    01/1998–05/2001 Database Computer Programmer

    Lancaster Laboratories, Lancaster, PA

    • Generated forms from oracle databases using SQL for an environmental chemistry department

    09/1999–05/2001 Research Assistant

    Hershey Medical Center: Penn State University Hospital, Hershey, PA

    • Designed, programmed and obtained feedback from medical students on surgical simulators which I helped design and program
    • Research lead to a startup company: Verifi Techonologies




    2011-2013, Martin Dobricki, PhD in Pscyhology, University of Zurich, Switzerland

    2010-present, Dr. Sally Linkenauger, PhD in Cognitive Sciences, Uni. of Virginia, USA

    2009-present Trevor Dodds, PhD in Computer Science, University of Leeds, UK


    Ekaterina Volkova, Neural & Behavioural Graduate School, Expected Dec. 2013

    Markus Leyrer, Informatiks, Uni. Tübingen, Expected Dec. 2013

    Ivelina Alexandrova, Informatiks, Uni. . Tübingen, Expected Dec. 2013


    Markus Leyrer, Computer, Media & Design, Uni. Reutlingen, Jul. 2011

    Ivelina Alexandrova, Computer, Media & Design, Uni. Reutlingen, Feb. 2011

    Ekaterina Volkova, Computational Linguistics, Uni. Tübingen, Dec. 2010

    Christian Neth, Computer, Media & Design, Uni. Reutlingen, Aug. 2010

    Julia Frankenstein, Psychology, Uni. Tuebingen, Dec. 2008

    Laura Trutoiu, Mount Holyoke College, honors thesis committee member, Dec. 2007


    Conference Organization

    • Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization 2008 Conference Co-Chair
    • Eurographics Virtual Environments 2008 Program Co-Chair

    Panel Organization

    • IEEE-Virtual reality 2011: Avatars in Virtual Environments
    • IEEE-Virtual Reality 2008: Virtual Locomotion: Getting around in Virtual Environments
    • TWK/SIGGRAPH sponsored Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization 2007: Spatial Cognition - the Active Observer in Real and Simulated Spaces
    • Eurographics Virtual Environments 2007: Human Perception and Virtual Environments

    International Program Committee Member

    • IEEE-Virtual Reality 2009- present
    • Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization 2009-present
    • ACM Virtual Reality Software and Technology 2009, 2010
    • IEEE Technical Committee on Robot Learning 2008-present
    • Eurographics 2008
    • JVRC- Joint Virtual Reality Conference, 2010-present

    Reviewer for International Peer Review Journals

    • ACM Transactions on Applied Perception
    • Experimental Brain Research
    • PLoSONE
    • Int. Journal of Human Computer Studies
    • Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments
    • IEEE Computer & Graphics
    • Human Factors


    1) Mohler, B. J. , Creem-Regehr, S. H. , Thompson, W. B.  and  Bülthoff, H. H.: The Effect of Viewing a Self-Avatar on Distance Judgments in an HMD-Based Virtual Environment. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments (June, 2010)

    2) B. J. Mohler, W. B. Thompson, S. H. Creem-Regehr, H. L. Pick Jr., and W. H. Warren. Visual flow influences gait transitions and preferred walking speed, Experimental Brain Research, 181(2), 1-16, (2007)

    3) B. J. Mohler, W. B. Thompson, S. H. Creem-Regehr, P. Willemsen, H. L. Pick, Jr., and J. J. Rieser, Calibration due to visual motion in a treadmill-based virtual environment, ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 4(1) 20-32 (2007)

    4) B.J. Mohler, The effect of feedback within a virtual environment on human distance perception and adaptation, Dissertation, University of Utah ( 2007)

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    Proceedings (7):

    Rothkopf C, Balfanz D, Galuske R, Jäkel F, Kersting K, Macke J and Mohler B: KOGWIS2018: Computational Approaches to Cognitive Science, 14th Biannual Conference of the German Society for Cognitive Science (KogWis 2018), 84, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany, (September-2018).
    Dörner R, Kruse R, Mohler B and Weller R: Virtuelle und Erweiterte Realität, 14. Workshop der GI-Fachgruppe VR/AR, 222, Shaker, Aachen, Germany, (November-2017).
    978-3-8440-5606-8, Series: Berichte aus der Informatik
    Rosenberg ES, Krum DM, Wartell Z, Mohler B, Babu SV, Steinicke F and Interrante V: 2017 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR 2017), 2017 IEEE Virtual Reality, 476, IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, USA, (March-2017).
    Imura M, Figueroa P and Mohler BJ: International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence and Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments: ICAT-EGVE 2015, 25th International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence and the 20th Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments (ICAT-EGVE 2015), 190, Eurographics Association, Aire-la-Ville, Switzerland, (October-2015).
    Bailey R, Kuhl S, Mohler B and Singh K: ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP '14), 136, ACM, New York, NY, USA, (August-2014).
    Mohler B, Raffin B, Saito H and Staadt O: 5th Joint Virtual Reality Conference, 5th Joint Virtual Reality Conference (JVRC '13), 94, Eurographics Association, Aire-la-Ville, Switzerland, (December-2013).
    van Liere R and Mohler BJ: Virtual Environments 2008, 14th Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments (EGVE 2008), 126, Eurographics Association, Aire-la-Ville, Switzerland, (May-2008).

    Articles (39):

    van der Veer AH, Alsmith AJT, Longo MR, Wong HY and Mohler BJ (October-2018) Where am I in virtual reality? PLoS ONE 13(10) 1-10.
    Thaler A, Geuss MN and Mohler BJ (September-2018) The Role of Visual Information in Body Size Estimation i-Perception 9(5) 1-16.
    Thaler A, Piryankova I, Stefanucci JK, de la Rosa S, Streuber S, Romero J, Black MJ and Mohler BJ (September-2018) Visual Perception and Evaluation of Photo-Realistic Self-Avatars from 3D Body Scans in Males and Females Frontiers in ICT 5(18) 1-14.
    Mölbert SC, Thaler A, Mohler BJ, Streuber S, Romero J, Black MJ, Zipfel S, Karnath H-O and Giel KE (March-2018) Assessing body image in anorexia nervosa using biometric self-avatars in virtual reality: Attitudinal components rather than visual body size estimation are distorted Psychological Medicine 48(4) 642-653.
    Thaler A, Geuss MN, Mölbert SC, Giel KE, Streuber S, Romero J, Black MJ and Mohler BJ (February-2018) Body size estimation of self and others in females varying in BMI PLoS ONE 13(2) 1-24.
    Bülthoff I, Mohler BJ and Thornton IM (December-2017) Face recognition of full-bodied avatars by active observers in a virtual environment Vision Research Epub ahead. in press
    Mölbert SC, Klein L, Thaler A, Mohler BJ, Brozzo C, Martus P, Karnath H-O, Zipfel S and Giel KE (November-2017) Depictive and metric body size estimation in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: A systematic review and meta-analysis Clinical Psychology Review 57 21–31.
    Mölbert SC, Thaler A, Streuber S, Black MJ, Karnath H-O, Zipfel S, Mohler B and Giel KE (November-2017) Investigating Body Image Disturbance in Anorexia Nervosa Using Novel Biometric Figure Rating Scales: A Pilot Study European Eating Disorders Review 25(6) 607–612.
    Steinicke F, Mohler B, Babu SV and Interrante V (April-2017) Preface: Message from the Program Chairs and Guest Editors IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 23(4) VI.
    Saulton A, Mohler B, Bülthoff HH and Dodds TJ (April-2016) Egocentric biases in comparative volume judgments of rooms Journal of Vision 16(6:2) 1-16.
    Geuss MN, Stefanucci JK, Creem-Regehr SH, Thompson WB and Mohler BJ (November-2015) Effect of Display Technology on Perceived Scale of Space Human Factors 57(7) 1235-1247.
    Dobricki M and Mohler BJ (July-2015) Self-Identification With Another’s Body Alters Self-Other Face Distinction Perception 44(7) 814-820.
    Leyrer M, Linkenauger SA, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (May-2015) The Importance of Postural Cues for Determining Eye Height in Immersive Virtual Reality PLoS ONE 10(5) 1-23.
    Linkenauger SA, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (April-2015) Virtual arm's reach influences perceived distances but only after experience reaching Neuropsychologia 70 393–401.
    Leyrer M, Linkenauger SA, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (February-2015) Eye Height Manipulations: A Possible Solution to Reduce Underestimation of Egocentric Distances in Head-Mounted Displays ACM Transactions on Applied Perception 12(1:1) 1-23.
    Linkenauger SA, Wong HY, Geuss M, Stefanucci JK, McCulloch KC, Bülthoff HH, Mohler BJ and Proffitt DR (February-2015) The Perceptual Homunculus: The Perception of the Relative Proportions of the Human Body Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144(1) 103-113.
    Volkova E, de la Rosa S, Bülthoff HH and Mohler B (December-2014) The MPI Emotional Body Expressions Database for Narrative Scenarios PLoS ONE 9(12) 1-28.
    Linkenauger SA, Geuss MN, Stefanucci JK, Leyrer M, Richardson BH, Proffitt DR, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (November-2014) Evidence for Hand-Size Constancy: The Dominant Hand as a Natural Perceptual Metric Psychological Science 25(11) 2086-2094.
    Muelling K, Boularias A, Mohler B, Schölkopf B and Peters J (October-2014) Learning strategies in table tennis using inverse reinforcement learning Biological Cybernetics 108(5) 603-619.
    Piryankova IV, Wong HY, Linkenauger SA, Stinson C, Longo MR, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (August-2014) Owning an Overweight or Underweight Body: Distinguishing the Physical, Experienced and Virtual Body PLoS ONE 9(8) 1-13.
    Volkova EP, Mohler BJ, Dodds TJ, Tesch J and Bülthoff HH (June-2014) Emotion categorization of body expressions in narrative scenarios Frontiers in Psychology 5(623) 1-11.
    von Lassberg C, Beykirch KA, Mohler BJ and Bülthoff HH (April-2014) Intersegmental Eye-Head-Body Interactions during Complex Whole Body Movements PLoS ONE 9(4) 1-15.
    Heydrich L, Dodds TJ, Aspell JE, Herbelin B, Bülthoff HH, Mohler BJ and Blanke O (December-2013) Visual capture and the experience of having two bodies: evidence from two different virtual reality techniques Frontiers in Psychology 4(946) 1-15.
    von Lassberg C, Rapp W, Mohler B and Krug J (October-2013) Neuromuscular onset succession of high level gymnasts during dynamic leg acceleration phases on high bar Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 23(5) 1124–1130.
    Linkenauger SA, Leyrer M, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (July-2013) Welcome to Wonderland: The Influence of the Size and Shape of a Virtual Hand On the Perceived Size and Shape of Virtual Objects PLoS ONE 8(7) 1-16.
    Piryankova IV, de la Rosa S, Kloos U, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (April-2013) Egocentric distance perception in large screen immersive displays Displays 34(2) 153–164.
    Streuber S, Mohler BJ, Bülthoff HH and de la Rosa S (September-2012) The Influence of Visual Information on the Motor Control of Table Tennis Strokes Presence 21(3) 281-294.
    Neth CT, Souman JL, Engel D, Kloos U, Bülthoff HH and Mohler BJ (July-2012) Velocity-Dependent Dynamic Curvature Gain for Redirected Walking IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 18(7) 1041-1052.
    Frankenstein J, Mohler BJ, Bülthoff HH and Meilinger T (February-2012) Is the Map in Our Head Oriented North? Psychological Science 23(2) 120-125.
    Linkenauger SA, Mohler BJ and Proffitt DR (October-2011) Body-based perceptual rescaling revealed through the size-weight illusion Perception 40(10) 1251-1253.
    Dodds TJ, Mohler BJ and Bülthoff HH (October-2011) Talk to the Virtual Hands: Self-Animated Avatars Improve Communication in Head-Mounted Display Virtual Environments PLoS One 6(10) 1-12.
    Ruddle RA, Volkova E, Mohler B and Bülthoff HH (May-2011) The effect of landmark and body-based sensory information on route knowledge Memory & Cognition 39(4) 686-699.
    Mohler BJ, Creem-Regehr SH, Thompson WB and Bülthoff HH (June-2010) The Effect of Viewing a Self-Avatar on Distance Judgments in an HMD-Based Virtual Environment Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 19(3) 230-242.
    Campos JL, Siegle JH, Mohler BJ, Bülthoff HH and Loomis JM (November-2009) Imagined Self-Motion Differs from Perceived Self-Motion: Evidence from a Novel Continuous Pointing Method PLoS One 4(11) 1-11.
    Siegle JH, Campos JL, Mohler BJ, Loomis JM and Bülthoff HH (May-2009) Measurement of instantaneous perceived self-motion using continuous pointing Experimental Brain Research 195(3) 429-444.
    van Liere R and Mohler B (April-2009) Foreword to: Special issue on virtual environments Computers & Graphics 33(2) 119.
    Trutoiu LC, Mohler BJ, Schulte-Pelkum J and Bülthoff HH (February-2009) Circular, linear, and curvilinear vection in a large-screen virtual environment with floor projection Computers and Graphics 33(1) 47-58.
    Mohler BJ, Thompson WB, Creem-Regehr SH, Pick HL and Warren WH (August-2007) Visual flow influences gait transition speed and preferred walking speed Experimental Brain Research 181(2) 221-228.
    Mohler BJ, Thompson WB, Creem-Regehr SH, Willemsen P, Pick HL and Rieser JJ (January-2007) Calibration of locomotion resulting from visual motion in a treadmill-based virtual environment ACM Transactions on Applied Perception 4(1) 20-32.

    Conference papers (52):

    Mohler B, Kuhlen TW, Bues M, Rosenberg ES and Göbel HM (August-2018) General Chair Message, IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR 2018), IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, USA, XVII-XVIII.
    Thaler A, Wellerdiek AC, Leyrer M, Volkova-­Volkmar E, Troje NF and Mohler BJ (August-2018) The Role of Avatar Fidelity and Sex on Self-Motion Recognition, ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP '18), ACM Press, New York, NY, USA, 1-9.
    Breidt M, Bülthoff HH, Fleming R and Mohler B (March-2018) Stylization of Virtual Humans, Workshop Virtual Humans and Crowds for Immersive Environments at IEEE VR 2018 (VHCIE 2018), 1-3.
    Hanrieder M, Mohler B and Meilinger T (November-2017) Collaborative Spatial Search: Implementation and Validation of a Multi-User Task in Walkable Virtual Environments In: Virtuelle und Erweiterte Realität, , 14. Workshop der GI-Fachgruppe VR/AR, Shaker, Aachen, Germany, 193-194, Series: Berichte aus der Informatik.
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