Measuring anxiety and predictive behavior with biosensors in VR

Virtual Reality (VR) is proving a fruitful testing ground for aiding sufferers of anxiety by providing simulated, controllable environments for people to confront it.

Customer Success Manager Tue Hvass and Technical Specialist Mike Thomsen present how biosensors in VR a can be used to measure anxiety, and ultimately pave the way for treatment options within healthcare applications. They showcase how you can create a data loop in real time by incorporating physiological signals, using a recording done with the Varjo-VR1 headset in a 360-degree video VR environment with eye tracking and electrodermal activity.

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