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Comparing user QoE via physiological and interaction measurements of immersive AR and VR speech and language therapy applications.
Virtual reality (VR)1and augmented reality (AR) applications are gaining significant attention in industry and academia as potential avenues to support truly immersive and interactive multimedia experiences. Understanding ...
A QoE assessment method based on EDA, heart rate and EEG of a virtual reality assistive technology system.
The1 key aim of various assistive technology (AT) systems is to augment an individual’s functioning whilst supporting an enhanced quality of life (QoL). In recent times, we have seen the emergence of Virtual Reality (VR) ...