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Virtual Reality Research for people with involuntary movements

Richard_Scope Posts: 3,615 Scope online community team
The PRIME VR Team are inviting potential participants to join a study to evaluate commercially available virtual reality (VR) systems and hand controllers for a project called PRIME-VR2.

The team are looking for people (older than 16 years of age) with hyperkinetic movement disorders (dystonia and other involuntary movements affecting hands/arms) to play VR games using standard controllers and commercial games for this study.

The team would like to see how you use VR technology and get your feedback on your experience. We will also be exploring how another person can help you play a VR game (co-piloting), so even if you struggle to use standard VR controllers, we hope to find ways to work with someone else to play VR games. Please fill in your details if you are interested in learning more about the project and joining the study. A team member will be in contact with you to discuss your interest and suitability for this study. 
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If people cannot travel to London (we would pay for transport) we can also travel to their homes.

You can read the Participant Information Sheet in full here:

Regards,  PRIME-VR2 Team
Specialist Information Officer and Cerebral Palsy Programme Lead

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