An orientation experiment using auditory artificial horizon
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An orientation experiment was carried out in a spatially immersive virtual environment. The task of subjects was to navigate with 6 degrees of freedom flying method through a predefined route guided by visual cues. Simultaneously they should keep the model oriented in upright position as well as possible. In the experiment we had three different implementations of auditory artificial horizon, and for the reference the subjects accomplish the task also without the auditory support. According to the results the auditory artificial horizon helps subjects to keep the model oriented during the task.