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Kamińska Dorota (Politechnika Łódzka), Sapiński Tomasz (Politechnika Łódzka), Kucharczyk-Pośpiech Magdalena (Politechnika Łódzka), Wilczyński Michał (Politechnika Łódzka)
Ishihara Color Test Using a Mobile Virtual Reality Headset for Immobilised Patients
Roczniki Kolegium Analiz Ekonomicznych / Szkoła Główna Handlowa, 2017, nr 46, s. 297-304, rys., biblior. 12 poz.
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Technologie informatyczne w administracji publicznej i służbie zdrowia - TIAPISZ'16
Rzeczywistość wirtualna, Medycyna, Aplikacje internetowe, Rehabilitacja niepełnosprawnych
Virtual reality, Medicine, Internet application, Rehabilitation of disabled persons
Virtual Reality (VR) is a technology that provides an interactive computergenerated environment in which one can see and move in a dynamically changing scenario5. VR simulates a user's physical presence in an artificially generated world and allows one to interact with it. Most VR applications and solutions focus on gaming and commercial industries, as these areas provide the largest groups of VR headsets recipients. However, the possibilities of virtual reality do not end with gaming. Dynamic growth and interest in the subject of virtual reality render it applicable in many other areas, such as military applications and psychological and medical research.(fragment of text)
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