Using Virtual Reality to Experience Different Powered Wheelchair Configurations
AffiliationUniversity of Chester, University of Lincoln
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AbstractThis paper presents recent additions to our Wheelchair-VR application, in particular the use of different drive configurations. We have previously shown that Wheelchair-VR can be used to improve driving skills. Here we consider the utility of the application in allowing users who are in the process of purchasing or upgrading a wheelchair to experience different configurations and options in a cost-effective virtual environment. A preliminary study is presented, which suggests that this approach can be effective.
CitationDay, T. W., Dobson, W., Headleand, C. J., Pop, S. R. & John, N. W. (2017). Using Virtual Reality to Experience Different Powered Wheelchair Configurations. In Proceedings of International Conference on Cyberworlds (CW'17), Chester, UK, 2017. New York, NY: IEEE.
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