Just returned from a successful visit to iMotions in wonderful Copenhagen (https://imotions.com/), finding about and discussing the use of VR in healthcare. I met some really interesting people and learnt a lot about the potential of VR research.

We use iMotions software to present stimuli and collect resulting biometric data (facial expression, eye movements, galvanic skin response), as well as subjective, self-report responses. We’re planning on developing our existing desktop paradigm to use within VR; this should assist in the development of virtual humans in immersive environments.

Visit to iMotions

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