Verification of the estimation accuracy of acrophobic physiological stress measured by an immersive VR system based on motion capture and head mounted display

Daiu Mabuchi, Natsuko Nagasawa, Hitoshi Watanabe, Kaoru Nitta, Nobuhisa Motooka

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    This thesis estimates the rate between real acrophobic stress level and acrophobic stress level with immersive virtual system based on electro-dermal activity. One result is that the stress under the VR system is larger than the real stress. The other result comes from gender difference under the VR circumstance. The stresses of female participants are larger than that of male examinees. The reasons of these results can be due to the system. According to the questionnaires, participants embrace more sense of altitude and dread of height and lose sense of postural stability under VR condition, which can engender additional stress.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1073-1078
    Number of pages6
    JournalAIJ Journal of Technology and Design
    Volume19
    Issue number43
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2013 Oct

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    Keywords

    • Altitude
    • Electro-dermal activity
    • Psychological and physiological stress
    • Virtual reality system

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    • Building and Construction
    • Architecture

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    Verification of the estimation accuracy of acrophobic physiological stress measured by an immersive VR system based on motion capture and head mounted display. / Mabuchi, Daiu; Nagasawa, Natsuko; Watanabe, Hitoshi; Nitta, Kaoru; Motooka, Nobuhisa.

    In: AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, Vol. 19, No. 43, 10.2013, p. 1073-1078.

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    Mabuchi, Daiu ; Nagasawa, Natsuko ; Watanabe, Hitoshi ; Nitta, Kaoru ; Motooka, Nobuhisa. / Verification of the estimation accuracy of acrophobic physiological stress measured by an immersive VR system based on motion capture and head mounted display. In: AIJ Journal of Technology and Design. 2013 ; Vol. 19, No. 43. pp. 1073-1078.
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