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eHealth & Perception
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This research branch targets how Virtual Reality related technologies can measure and eventually improve human perception, mainly visual perception and related fields (e.g. vertigo).

We are interested in the use of a Serious Game strategy as a way to engage patients in their rehabilitation therapy, and increase the compliance. The games are usually designed as perceptual learning tasks, providing valuable data to the practitioner.

We are also interested in using Virtual Reality for psychophysics research.

Projects

Vision measurement and improvement through perceptual learning
Gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays in Human visual system research
Balance training through Serious Games
Spatial perception

Videos

Vision measurement and improvement:
Terapias visuales y videojuegos
CONGRESO siodec 2015 - RTPA

Gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays:
VISIONAIR: UCL - University of Oviedo

Balance training:
TESTs
Game #1 Treasure Island
Game #2 Minigolf

This research branch targets how Virtual Reality related technologies can measure and eventually improve human perception, mainly visual perception and related fields (e.g. vertigo).

We are interested in the use of a Serious Game strategy as a way to engage patients in their rehabilitation therapy, and increase the compliance. The games are usually designed as perceptual learning tasks, providing valuable data to the practitioner.

We are also interested in using Virtual Reality for psychophysics research.

Projects

Vision measurement and improvement through perceptual learning
Gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays in Human visual system research
Balance training through Serious Games
Spatial perception

Videos

Vision measurement and improvement:
Terapias visuales y videojuegos
CONGRESO siodec 2015 - RTPA

Gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays:
VISIONAIR: UCL - University of Oviedo

Balance training:
TESTs
Game #1 Treasure Island
Game #2 Minigolf

 

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