Immersive co-operative psychological virtual environments (ICPVE)
Jamieson, R., Haffegee, A. and Alexandrov, V. (2008) Immersive co-operative psychological virtual environments (ICPVE). Lecture Notes in Computer Science , 5103. pp. 438-445. ISSN 0302-9743 978-3-540-69388-8
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Virtual Reality (VR) has been used in a variety of forms to assist in the treatment of a wide range of psychological illness. VR can also fulfil the need that psychologists have for safe environments in which to conduct experiments. Currently the main barrier against using this technology is the complexity in developing applications. This paper presents two different co-operative psychological applications which have been developed using a single framework. These applications require different levels of co-operation between the users and clients, ranging from full psychologist involvement to their minimal intervention. This paper will also discuss our approach to developing these different environments and our experiences to date in utilising these environments.
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