At the Centre for Advanced Training Systems, we have developed a novel and innovative stress management training platform, termed Performance Edge, which uses Virtual Reality (VR) technology as a delivery system.
In a second phase of research activities, we are now conducting a study to investigate the value of virtual-reality over a PC delivery system. Specifically, we are interested to quantify and assess the impact of immersion and privacy on physiological output measures for the same content.
We are seeking healthy volunteers, between ages of 18-70 to take part in a study comparing VR and 2D delivery styles for relaxing and mildly provocative content.
This will entail a one-off visit to a site on Callaghan campus. You will be reimbursed $20 in the form of a Flexi Egift card to cover travel expenses.
To express your interest in participating
Full project title: Evaluation of a cost-effective virtual-reality approach to assess and train cognitive resilience (HREC approval no. H-2021-0177) Research conducted by Prof. Rohan Walker and Dr. Murielle Kluge.