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Tue, 9 Feb 2021 03:51:10 -0600
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Everyday Virtual and Augmented Reality: Methods and Applications

This special topic of Frontiers in VR focuses on techniques for, and
studies of, “in-the-field” VR/AR targeted to everyday contexts and users.
We welcome submissions on a wide range of topics as illustrated by the
examples below. All submissions must clearly place their contributions in
the context of everyday VR/AR.

DEADLINE: 22 February 2021 (limited extension possible)

We welcome submissions of Original Research and Reviews on topics such as
the following:

- Studies of VR/AR in everyday applications or contexts
- Large-scale delivery or portability (e.g., via the Web)
- Device enhancements for portability, affordability, reliability, or
usability in everyday VR
- Techniques for detecting or mitigating problems such as cybersickness
- Interface or interaction aspects for everyday places or for casual users
- Accessible/inclusive/universal design to broaden the range of users and
- Considerations for special user populations such as children in schools
- Desk-centered / surface-centered VR and AR
- Methods enabling end-users to generate content or avatars automatically,
rapidly, or easily
- Other content generation approaches specialized to everyday contexts such
as education
- Multi-sensory feedback: Practical or low-cost approaches for everyday
spaces or applications
- VR/AR ergonomics in everyday spaces or for frequent/prolonged use
- Assessment methods for remote or broadly-deployed everyday applications
- VR as a medium for social networking or teleconferencing by the general
- Social aspects of VR/AR in everyday spaces
- Privacy and security for broad VR deployment

Full details and submission system:


Research Topic Editors, Everyday Virtual and Augmented Reality

Christoph Walter Borst, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Benjamin Weyers, University of Trier, Germany
Adalberto L. Simeone, KU Leuven, Belgium
Arindam Dey, The University of Queensland, Australia
Daniel Zielasko, University of Trier, Germany

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