IGROUP PRESENCE QUESTIONNAIRE (IPQ)
The Igroup Presence Questionnaire (IPQ) is a scale for measuring the sense of presence experienced in a virtual environment (VE). It has been constructed using a large pool of items and two survey waves with approximately 500 participants. It was originally constructed in German, but is now also available in English and Dutch.
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We present two papers at the Presence 2002 workshop in Porto / Portugal. Both papers are addressing our resaerch activities towards models for and investiagtions on the sense of presence in Virtual/Mixed Environments (VEs, MEs).
- Schubert, T. & Crusius, J. (2002). Five Theses on the Book Problem: Presence in Books, Film and VR. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual International Workshop Presence 2002, Porto, Portugal - October 9-11.
download: paper (PDF, 116 KB), slides (PDF, 12 KB)
- Regenbrecht, H. & Schubert, T. (2002b). Measuring Presence in Augmented Reality Environments: Design and a First Test of a Questionnaire. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual International Workshop Presence 2002, Porto, Portugal - October 9-11.
download: paper (PDF, 107 KB), slides version 1 (PPT-ZIP, 533 KB; deleted because of webspace constraints, mail schubert[at]igroup[dot]org if you want a copy)