Undergraduates needed for a virtual reality study in the Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality Lab!
The Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality (ReGame-VR) lab at Northeastern University is looking for students aged 18-28 years without virtual reality experience to take part in a study exploring the relationship between visuospatial skills, attention and reaction time on skill acquisition in 2 virtual environments.
The study involves two 1 – 1.5 hour sessions. You will complete a few short tests of visuospatial skills, attention and reaction time, and play approximately 20-30 minutes of either a flat-screen display VR game or a head-mounted display VR game (HTC Vive). Following game play, you will complete three short questionnaires about how motivated and engaged you were in the task.
On the second visit, 1-3 days later, you will play the same game in both environments. The study will help us to understand the personal characteristics that may influence how VR skills are learned in rehabilitation.
You will receive a 10$ Amazon gift card at the end of your visits for taking part in the study.
Thursday, February 15 at 12:00pm
Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality Lab 402 Robinson Hall