Recente publicaties

  1. Influence of Photorealism and Non-Photorealism on Connection in Socia…

    Bierhuizen, N., Powell, W., Mioch, T., Niamut, O., & Stokking, H. (Accepted/In press). Influence of Photorealism and Non-Photorealism on Connection in Social VR. In Annual Review of Cybertherapy and Telemedicine Interactive Media Institute.
  2. The simulator sickness questionnaire, and the erroneous zero baseline…

    Brown, P., Spronck, P., & Powell, W. (2022). The simulator sickness questionnaire, and the erroneous zero baseline assumption. Frontiers in Virtual Reality, 1-14.
  3. Virtual Reality as a Pain Distraction Modality for Experimentally Ind…

    Brown, P., Powell, W., Dansey, N., Al-Abbadey, M., Stevens, B., & Powell, V. (2022). Virtual Reality as a Pain Distraction Modality for Experimentally Induced Pain in a Chronic Pain Population: An Exploratory Study. Cyberpsychology behavior and social networking, 25(1), 66-71.
  4. Pre-Exposure Cybersickness Assessment Within a Chronic Pain Populatio…

    Brown, P., & Powell, W. (2021). Pre-Exposure Cybersickness Assessment Within a Chronic Pain Population in Virtual Reality. Frontiers in Virtual Reality, 2, [672245]. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frvir.2021.672245/full
  5. The use of Embedded Context-Sensitive Attractors for Clinical Walking…

    Croucher, C., Powell, W., Dicks, M., Stevens, B., & Powell, V. (2021). The use of Embedded Context-Sensitive Attractors for Clinical Walking Test Guidance in Virtual Reality. Frontiers in Virtual Reality, 2, [621965].

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