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Cutaneous senses give people better perceptions of the world. In this study, we argue that in the world of virtual reality, cutaneous senses can facilitate people's perception and judgment of specific objects. We adopted a blurred image of ice cubes to allow participants to identify what the objects were and record their time of distinguishing. The result is based on the volunteers we found. They were divided into two groups and only the group that received the cutaneous sense treatment was able to tell what the blurred photo was within 30 seconds. We discuss the findings and implications.
ice, cold, cutaneous senses, time of distinguishing, control variables, virtual reality., judgement and distinguishing
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