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The role of physiological responses in a VR-based sound localization task
Virtual reality (VR) has recently emerged as a platform that can be employed in the context of e-health applications. Even though the majority of VR-based applications focus on visual stimuli as the main content, audio ...
Exploring the effects of immersive virtual reality environments on sensory perception of beef steaks and chocolate
Virtual reality (VR) technology is emerging as a tool for simulating different eating environments to better understand consumer sensory response to food. This research explored the impact of different environmental contexts ...
A crowdsourcing-based QoE evaluation of an immersive VR autonomous driving experience
Due to COVID-19, crowdsourcing has gained momentum as an alternative methodology for continuing research and for Quality of Experience (QoE) assessment. Employing this approach, we remotely evaluated the user perceived QoE ...
Digital twin: origin to future
Digital Twin (DT) refers to the virtual copy or model of any physical entity (physical twin) both of which are interconnected via exchange of data in real time. Conceptually, a DT mimics the state of its physical twin ...