VR/AR/MR study – call for participants

Hi Everyone!

At the University of Cambridge, UK, we are developing a conceptual framework to help make VR/AR/MR systems safer – this is important as we start to move such systems from the entertainment industry and into more ‚high-risk‘ ones such as surgery, manufacturing, aerospace, engineering, etc.

We are looking for VR/AR/MR devs to participate in our study. As a participant, you will have a one-on-one call with me, the study lead. You will be asked to work through a couple of exercises/scenarios and then answer 10 questions.

We are not evaluating anyone – we are only looking for feedback to both validate and help improve our framework.

If you are a developer building for VR/AR/MR tech and are willing to help us out, please reach out to me via DM.

Thanks!

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Hi Everyone!

At the University of Cambridge, UK, we are developing a conceptual framework to help make VR/AR/MR systems safer - this is important as we start to move such systems from the entertainment industry and into more 'high-risk' ones such as surgery, manufacturing, aerospace, engineering, etc.

We are looking for VR/AR/MR devs to participate in our study. As a participant, you will have a one-on-one call with me, the study lead. You will be asked to work through a couple of exercises/scenarios and then answer 10 questions.

We are not evaluating anyone - we are only looking for feedback to both validate and help improve our framework.

If you are a developer building for VR/AR/MR tech and are willing to help us out, please reach out to me via DM.

Thanks!

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