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From: Locomotor skill acquisition in virtual reality shows sustained transfer to the real world

Fig. 1

Experimental setup and protocol. a Virtual corridor with obstacles and an eye-level display of participants’ current score. b Visual feedback of the lower extremities viewed from a third-person perspective. Spheres represent the position of markers placed on the lower extremities. Line segments connecting the spheres were used to provide a visual representation of limb segment length. During the study, participants viewed the representation of the lower extremities from a first-person viewpoint. c Schematic diagram of the mapping between the participant’s performance and the auditory feedback they received. d Over-ground obstacle negotiation setup. e Experimental protocol illustrating the day of the study, the trial type, number of obstacles per trial, and whether auditory performance feedback was provided

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