Usability of therapist's user interface in virtual reality exposure therapy for fear of flying

@inproceedings{Gunawan2004UsabilityOT,
  title={Usability of therapist's user interface in virtual reality exposure therapy for fear of flying},
  author={Lucy T. Gunawan and C.A.P.G. van der Mast and M. A. Neerinx and Paul G. M. Emmelkamp and Merel Krijn and J. Scheurs and Rachel Moreau},
  year={2004}
}
Delft University of Technology has implemented an experimental virtual reality system for treating fear of flying. The patient sits in an airplane chair equipped with vibration devices. By wearing a head-mounted device, the patient is immersed in the virtual world (patient’s user interface), sitting in the computer-generated cabin of a virtual airplane and experiencing various aspects of flying. The therapist takes control of what will be experienced by the patient, by using the therapist’s… CONTINUE READING

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