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A Study on Virtual Reality System Control using Multi-Display and Zigbee Sensor


Hyun-Cheol Lee , Jae-hong Joo, Eun-Seok Kim, Gi-Taek Hur


Vol. 8  No. 7  pp. 36-43


The display type and interactive interface are important elements of virtual reality for increasing the levels of user interest and immersion. With the advancements in hardware performance, virtual reality systems are being widely used in games, broadcasting, education and cultural contents. Accordingly, there is an increasing need for research regarding wireless interfaces that can provide users with the freedom of movement and the control of virtual reality. This paper explains the process of developing a ZA sensor that consists of Zigbee and an accelerometer for virtual reality interactions and proposes the means of controlling virtual reality systems using the ZA sensor. The paper also proposes a multi-display method for implementing large displays and an active interaction technique using the ZA sensor to allow users to experience liberal movements.


Simulation, Zigbee, Multi-display, Water