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Anna Lisa Martin

The Impact of different Gaming Interfaces on Spatial Experience and Spatial Presence - A Pilot Study

The general aim of the pilot study was to analyze and compare the impact of different game interfaces on spatial experience and spatial presence in digital games. The study is based on a generic framework integrating different theories and empirical results of the first pilot study of the research project. In the pilot study selected questionnaires were completed after playing two digital beach-volleyball games. Results show that there are differential influences of game interfaces on spatial experience and presence (self-location). Furthermore, we found an impact of different interfaces on flow experience.

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Anna Lisa Martin was born in 1984 in Hadamar, Germany. In 2003, she graduated at the Fürst-Johann-Ludwig-Schule. She subsequently completed a voluntary social year in the orthopedic department of the St. Josef Hospital in Wiesbaden, followed by the master’s degree in sports science and education at the Technische Universität Darmstadt. During and after graduation, she worked for the Kieser Training AG in Wiesbaden as instructor and therapist. Since January 2010, she has been a scholar in the Graduate Program “Topology of Technology” at the TUD. Her research interests are in the field of computer science in sports, motor research, psychology of perception and movement science.


Anna Lisa Martin
Graduiertenkolleg Topologie der Technik
Technische Universität Darmstadt (TUD)
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64289 Darmstadt
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