Ma Thi Chau

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Immersive capabilities in virtual applications have been attracting huge interest from researchers and developers. In this paper, we discuss interaction and navigation, which are the key elements creating a sense of immersion, for first and third-person perspectives in immersive virtual heritage applications. We design and develop an immersive virtual application for user experience from which we take and analyze user feedback on the mentioned interaction and navigation aspects. The results indicate that in some purposes and interactive applications, the first-person perspective is the appropriate choice and vice versa, with spatially wide applications, the third-person perspective is better.