iMotions Presents Measuring Anxiety and Predictive Behaviour with Biosensors in VR

In this presentation created by iMotions, a VR software developer, Dr. Tue Hvass, PhD, and Mike Thomsen, technical specialist, discuss how biosensors are used in virtual reality to measure anxiety and predictive behaviour. This explanations demonstrates how VR can use physiological data and biofeedback to track and evaluate a patients experience during a virtual reality program.

Date first published: 01/10/2020
Running Time: 56’40”
Producer: iMotions (business)