Performance was measured as the mean distance error in object replacement in virtual meters (vm), separately for the Square (Sq) and Circle (Ci). Performance improved across training and did not differ between the Sq and Ci at the end of training (Student’s paired t-test, t23 = 1.18, p = 0.250) or during testing (t23 = 0.95, p = 0.352). Note that because the Sq had a larger walkable ground plane than the Ci, performance error expected by random chance was lower in the Ci (11.25 vm) than the Sq (13.78 vm). However, there was still no significant difference between Sq and Ci performance by training block 4 (t23 = 1.72, p = 0.098) or during testing (t23 = 1.92, p = 0.068) after normalizing distance error by the context-specific chance baseline. Error bars indicate ±1 SEM (n = 24). All t-tests two-tailed.