Augmented reality has become a trend today. The effects of Pokémon Go, the most popular smart phone game recently, on medicine and tourism have been explored in many studies. However, few studies on the cognition and the consistence between emotions and the integration of virtuality (the Pokémon projected in the game) and reality (information quality) have been done. With the Stimulus-Organism-Response (S-O-R) model as the framework, this study aims to explore the fit (cognitive/emotional) and reactions (user satisfaction) of the user in the virtuality-reality integration. According to the findings of this study, information quality and virtual features have significant influence on cognitive and emotional fit and emotional fit has significant influence on user satisfaction; however, cognitive fit doesn’t have significant influence on user satisfaction. It has been found that the user pays much attention to his/her feelings when playing games. Therefore, we should get acquainted with the types and emotions of game players in addition to maintaining the quality of games.
Shiau, Wen-Lung; Huang, Li-Chun; and Cheng, Yu-Lun, "Pokemon Go: A Study on Fit in Virtual-Reality Integration" (2017). PACIS 2017 Proceedings. 141.