Towards an effecve arousal detecon system for virtual reality

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Authors: Mavridou, I., Seiss, E., Kostoulas, T., Nduka, C. and Balaguer-Ballester, E.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31285/

ISBN: 9781450360753

DOI: 10.1145/3279963.3279969

© 2018 Association for Computing Machinery. Immersive technologies offer the potential to drive engagement and create exciting experiences. A better understanding of the emotional state of the user within immersive experiences can assist in healthcare interventions and the evaluation of entertainment technologies. This work describes a feasibility study to explore the effect of affective video content on heart-rate recordings for Virtual Reality applications. A low-cost relected-mode photoplethysmographic sensor and an electrocardiographic chest-belt sensor were attached on a novel non-invasive wearable interface specially designed for this study. 11 participants responses were analysed, and heart-rate metrics were used for arousal classiication. The reported results demonstrate that the fusion of physiological signals yields to signiicant performance improvement; and hence the feasibility of our new approach.

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