VR is Not Suited to Visual memory?!
08 Jan 2020
Development of IT that takes human characteristics into consideration
Kyoko Hine, Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, TUT and a research team at Tokyo Denki University have found that virtual reality (VR) may interfere with visual memory. In recent years, there has been high expectation that VR will be used effectively not only in multimedia and entertainment, but also in educational settings. However, in order to benefit society, IT needs to take human characteristics into consideration. The nature of VR can become known through scientific verification based on experiments like the work undertaken in this research.
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TUT website: Press release