Potentially Useful Trivia

Presence affected by learning/representation systems:

“Users whose primary representation systems are visual are more likely to experience presence in a visual virtual environment than users whose primary representation systems are auditory or kinaesthetic”

Slater, M., Steed, A., McCarthy, J., Maringelli, F.: The influence of body movement on subjective presence in virtual environments. Hum. Factors 40, 469–477 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1518/001872098779591368//