Time-varying behavior of motion vectors in vection-induced images in relation to autonomic regulation

@article{Kiryu2004TimevaryingBO,
  title={Time-varying behavior of motion vectors in vection-induced images in relation to autonomic regulation},
  author={T. Kiryu and Hiroaki Yamada and Michio Jimbo and Takehiko Bando},
  journal={The 26th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={2403-2406}
}
Virtual reality (VR) is a promising technology in biomedical engineering, but at the same time enlarges another problem called cybersickness. Aiming at suppression of cybersicknes, we are investigating the influences of vection-induced images on the autonomic regulation quantitatively. We used the motion vectors to quantify image scenes and measured electrocardiogram, blood pressure, and respiration for evaluating the autonomic regulation. Using the estimated motion vectors, we further… CONTINUE READING

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