ResearchVR Podcast - The Science of Virtual Reality

028 - Jump into a rabbit hole - 100h in VR of Chris Miranda

Download it: MP3 | AAC | OGG | OPUS

This week on ResearchVR we've discussed an experiment we all would like to do ourselves - 100 hours in VR, or in other words, looking for effects of prolonged VR usage on human body and mind.

Topics

Here is a list of most prominent issues we've talked about:

  • motivations for 100h experiment
  • expectations going in:
  • imposter syndrome
  • social VR culture - groups, shifts, and future potential
  • Experience of staying in VR
  • Passthrough camera to eat and piee breaks with GearVR, showered wit gearvr on
  • Brain recognises where it is: Dreaming vs Real world vs VR
  • Ethics of VR
  • switching between Resolution of the world
  • physical strain on the body
  • Screen-door effect
  • cannabies vs VR Experience

How to subscribe and contact us

For more details tune in to another episode of ResearchVR! You can subscribe to our RSS Feed in the mp3 or acc format. We hope you learned something new and enjoyed listening.

Thanks to Chris Miranda and Erika Barraza for sharing their expertise with us and our listeners. Reach our guests at:

Topic Suggestions, Guest Invites, and all other all feedback are helpful! Feel free to contact us under researchvrcast@gmail.com or via Twitter:

Rate us on Itunes and help spread the podcast that way!

Special thanks to Nerses Balabanian for the intro and outro music! Find him at here


Comments


New comment

About this podcast

We are three Cognitive Scientists discussing Virtual Reality and Cognitive Research, Industry News, and Design Implications! We actively research different aspects of the field, and are involved in various companies related to the topic of VR. With this podcast, we hope to use our commentary to bridge the gap between news and established science. We break down complex topics, discuss the current trends and their economical impacts, and broadcast our views on VR. Tune in and enjoy!

This podcast is produced by

by Petr, Az, and Chris

Subscribe

Feeds

you can find us also here on Itunes, stitcher, podcastland, tuneIn, poddirectory, blubrry, PlayerFM, pocketcast and acast.

Contact us

researchvrcast@gmail.com

Follow us