Human factors consideration in clinical applications of virtual reality.

  title={Human factors consideration in clinical applications of virtual reality.},
  author={Christopher H Lewis and Michael J. Griffin},
  journal={Studies in health technology and informatics},
Virtual reality environments have many potential applications in medicine, including surgical training, tele-operated robotic surgery, assessment and rehabilitation of behavioural and neurological disorders and diagnosis, therapy and rehabilitation of physical disabilities. Although there is much potential for the use of immersive virtual reality environments in clinical applications, there are problems which could limit their ultimate usability. Some users have experienced side-effects during… CONTINUE READING

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